2020 Ties for Hottest Year on Record, NASA Says (Nullfying 10,000 "it's cold this morning" posts here)

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Rising temperatures last year capped the world’s warmest decade in modern times, federal climate scientists said Thursday.

In a new climate study, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ranked 2020 in a dead heat with 2016 as the warmest year since official record-keeping began in 1880. The record-tying warmth came despite a cooling La Niña Pacific Ocean current, which tamped down global temperatures slightly in December.

In a separate assessment released at the same time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which relies on slightly different temperature records and methods, calculated that the globally averaged temperature last year was the second highest to date—just 0.04 degrees Fahrenheit shy of tying the record set in 2016. -
“These long-term trends are very, very clear,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York. “This is another piece of evidence that tells us the planet is warming decade by decade by decade.”

NASA and NOAA scientists labeled 2020 a year of extremes, driven by rising levels of Greenhouse Gases such as carbon dioxide and methane that trap heat in the atmosphere. - At times last year, the Arctic averaged 12 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, with some spots hitting temperatures of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Record wildfires in the U.S. and Australia burned millions of acres and spewed smoke plumes high into the stratosphere. There were more named Atlantic storms than ever before. Heat building up...

 
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The population of Africa will grow from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion by the end of the century. Bill Gates better get busy.
 

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How many recent years of non record breaking heat did you have to ignore and skip over to get to this year?....take it all into account...not just the year you want to site....
 
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Any links to the scientific literature? ... there's some claims made in the links you did provide that can't be believed if they're only reported in the National Enquirer ...
It's the WSJ citing/quoting NASA officials.
Only a Denier IDIOT like you would compare that to the 'National Enquirer.'
You turd.
There are some graphics in the article tho, but not reproduceable.

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It's the WSJ citing/quoting NASA officials.
Only a Denier IDIOT like you would compare that to the 'National Enquirer.'
You turd.
There are some graphics in the article tho, but not reproduceable.
Link? ... WSJ can say they're quoting NASA ... and lying is protected under the 1st Amendment ...
No link to any scientific journals? ... then it's not science ... just hysteria ...

But thank you for the ad hominem attacks ... you admit I'm correct in my claims ... that's sweet of you ...
 

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Rising temperatures last year capped the world’s warmest decade in modern times, federal climate scientists said Thursday. In a new climate study, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ranked 2020 in a dead heat with 2016 as the warmest year since official record-keeping began in 1880.


In other words, Boob, they did a study and claim 2020 was the warmest year they know of over 0.00000003% of the Earth's history? :21:
 
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In other words, Boob, they did a study and claim 2020 was the warmest year they know of over 0.000000030435% of the Earth's history? :21:
The Industrial Rev/GHG warming is what's at issue.
Obviously it has been warmer many times in Earth's history, but of course we know why it was and WHY this time is caused by humans.

Are you like 12 yrs old?
You post like a Child... and a dumb one at that.
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You post like a Child... and a dumb one at that.

You post like a fucking asshole. And a dumb one at that. I've never seen you one time win any argument here with actual evidence that proved your position so you always fall back on just putting down the intelligence or integrity of the other person.

A study of 140 years over the course of the 4.6 BILLION year history of the Eaerth does NOT prove a fucking thing.

PS: I keep a milk cow in my backyard and feed her a diet to maximize her output of methane farts just for you! :21:


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The population of Africa will grow from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion by the end of the century.

Who's feeding them?
That is a good question. I used UN estimates so the assumption from them is that there will be enough food and water to get to that number.

I just wonder that if people in Ethiopia are well fed, then why are Americans standing in food lines?

But then, I also wonder how a small fire in a homeless camp in DC caused the nation's Capitol to shut down and go into a security alert!

Maybe a better question is why there even IS a homeless camp in the nation's capitol? :smoke:

. . . and why there are no POOR ex-politicians?
 

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WSJ is going to Lie in quoting NASA officials?
WTF!
Ruin their reputation?
And no, that would not be protected, that would be fraudulent.
They could mistakenly mischaracterize but not fabricate quotes.

I can't believe what an Ahole you are, and a stupid one at that.
The WSJ has no reputation in the scientific world ... it's a business periodical ... you don't have a link to any NASA official, you're just swallowing vomit and spewing it back out ...

At this time ... NOAA has not updated their Global Temperature webpage to include 2020 data ... usually late February or early March before they're done with their calculations ...
 

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What an IDIOT.
The WSJ has a reputation.... PERIOD.
It would not fabricate a story, much less quotes of specific officials!
The article has many links and graphics but Only EXCERPTS are allowed to be posted

You ******** Idiot.
Long on insult ... short on facts ... you know you're lying ... link to NASA's claim? ... none? ... oh right, WSJ ... ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ...

Fucking noob ...
 

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Rising temperatures last year capped the world’s warmest decade in modern times, federal climate scientists said Thursday.

In a new climate study, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ranked 2020 in a dead heat with 2016 as the warmest year since official record-keeping began in 1880. The record-tying warmth came despite a cooling La Niña Pacific Ocean current, which tamped down global temperatures slightly in December.

In a separate assessment released at the same time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which relies on slightly different temperature records and methods, calculated that the globally averaged temperature last year was the second highest to date—just 0.04 degrees Fahrenheit shy of tying the record set in 2016. -
“These long-term trends are very, very clear,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York. “This is another piece of evidence that tells us the planet is warming decade by decade by decade.”

NASA and NOAA scientists labeled 2020 a year of extremes, driven by rising levels of Greenhouse Gases such as carbon dioxide and methane that trap heat in the atmosphere. - At times last year, the Arctic averaged 12 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, with some spots hitting temperatures of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Record wildfires in the U.S. and Australia burned millions of acres and spewed smoke plumes high into the stratosphere. There were more named Atlantic storms than ever before. Heat building up...

It's fricking cold in florida-----------the coldest year that I can recall since I have been here. Another 40 degree night....
 

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Rising temperatures last year capped the world’s warmest decade in modern times, federal climate scientists said Thursday.

In a new climate study, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ranked 2020 in a dead heat with 2016 as the warmest year since official record-keeping began in 1880. The record-tying warmth came despite a cooling La Niña Pacific Ocean current, which tamped down global temperatures slightly in December.

In a separate assessment released at the same time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which relies on slightly different temperature records and methods, calculated that the globally averaged temperature last year was the second highest to date—just 0.04 degrees Fahrenheit shy of tying the record set in 2016. -
“These long-term trends are very, very clear,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York. “This is another piece of evidence that tells us the planet is warming decade by decade by decade.”

NASA and NOAA scientists labeled 2020 a year of extremes, driven by rising levels of Greenhouse Gases such as carbon dioxide and methane that trap heat in the atmosphere. - At times last year, the Arctic averaged 12 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, with some spots hitting temperatures of up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Record wildfires in the U.S. and Australia burned millions of acres and spewed smoke plumes high into the stratosphere. There were more named Atlantic storms than ever before. Heat building up...






Yah sure, blah, blah, blah. Raw temp data shows cold, so they run the data through a computer model and viola, magical warming ensues, and scientific illiterates, such as yourself, gobble it down.
 

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