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#42682 - 03/01/12 09:39 AM The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years.
preearth Offline
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The last 16 years include
the 15 HOTTEST years.




So the 15 hottest years (on record) occurred in the last 16 years;

but some folk still claim that global warming is a hoax.

If you include 2011 (which was apparently the tenth warmest year on record) you can say that the last 17 years, include the 16 hottest years on record.

But remember, according to some, global warming is not, and never will be, a problem.


Here are the anomalies in an easy to copy format:

         The last 16 years include the 15 hottest years on record.

     Overall Temperatures   Land Temperatures      Ocean Temperatures

        Year    Anomaly        Year    Anomaly        Year    Anomaly

     1  2010    +0.6441     1  2007    +1.0524     1  2003    +0.5175
     2  2005    +0.6401     2  2010    +1.0314     2  1998    +0.5136
     3  1998    +0.6212     3  2005    +1.0154     3  2010    +0.4987
     4  2003    +0.6066     4  1998    +0.9005     4  2005    +0.4973
     5  2002    +0.5970     5  2002    +0.8857     5  2009    +0.4920
     6  2006    +0.5859     6  2006    +0.8769     6  2002    +0.4871
     7  2009    +0.5835     7  2003    +0.8385     7  2004    +0.4851
     8  2007    +0.5780     8  2009    +0.8269     8  2006    +0.4752
     9  2004    +0.5648     9  2008    +0.8196     9  1997    +0.4553
    10  2001    +0.5372    10  2004    +0.7747    10  2001    +0.4465
    11  1997    +0.5070    11  2001    +0.7721    11  2007    +0.4006
    12  2008    +0.5009    12  1995    +0.7296    12  2008    +0.3808
    13  1995    +0.4382    13  1999    +0.7237    13  2000    +0.3499
    14  1999    +0.4380    14  1997    +0.6412    14  1990    +0.3299
    15  2000    +0.4151    15  2000    +0.5830    15  1999    +0.3285

The anomalies measure the difference from the 20th century average (1901-2000).

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cmb-faq/anomalies.php
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#42692 - 03/02/12 03:56 AM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
paul Offline
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some people wont believe it until they wake up and the ocean
is at their front door.

btw those are "recorded temperatures" the earth has gotten much hotter in the past.



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#42972 - 03/29/12 08:43 PM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
uros Offline
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Registered: 03/28/12
Posts: 2
I think that you got to be a fool nowadays to not beleive in climate change..

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#42988 - 03/31/12 02:26 AM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: uros]
paul Offline
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Quote:
I think that you got to be a fool nowadays to not beleive in climate change..




the above is pretty much true , we can slowly become acclimated to temperatures higher than we are used to and we never really can tell the difference.

the problem is that our bodies core temperature cannot endure
a steady 104 degrees farenheight.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_body_temperature

Quote:
Hyperthermia
Main article: Hyperthermia
Hyperthermia occurs when the body produces or absorbs more heat than it can dissipate. It is usually caused by prolonged exposure to high temperatures. The heat-regulating mechanisms of the body eventually become overwhelmed and unable to deal effectively with the heat, causing the body temperature to climb uncontrollably. Hyperthermia at or above about 40 C (104 F) is a life-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. Common symptoms include headache, confusion, and fatigue. If sweating has resulted in dehydration, then the affected person may have dry, red skin.


one really good way to avoid hyperthermia is to keep several 2 liter coke bottles filled with water in your freezer.

first off the frozen water will keep your food cold after the power fails.

if the power switches off for several hours and you feel as if you are becomming overheated , forget the food wrap a thick towel around one of those 2 liter bottles of ice and hold it close to your body with your hands.

this will lower your core temperature.

and the 2 liter bottle of ice will last you all day long and through the night , because it is insulated by the towel.





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#44532 - 08/01/12 06:18 PM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
Phillip Offline
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Registered: 07/30/12
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frequent flood and tsunami are results of it. i am facing enormous heat increasing rate in my country from last 6 years. temperature raised about 10-112 degrees in 6 years.

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#49533 - 08/26/13 06:19 AM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
preearth Offline
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One can now say that....

The last 18 years include the 17 HOTTEST years (on record).
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#49559 - 08/26/13 06:25 PM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
paul Offline
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2899 record low temperatures vs 667 record high temperatures

http://www.climatedepot.com/2013/08/21/2899-record-cold-temps-vs-667-record-warm-temps-in-u-s/



we need to face it , its global cooling now , expect to
learn the truth about it.

http://www.climatedepot.com/2013/06/15/f...ving-away-from/

land

1998 0.9362
1999 0.7797 down
2000 0.6279 down
2001 0.8125 up
2002 0.9337 up
2003 0.8889 down
2004 0.8132 down
2005 1.0472 up
2006 0.9077 down
2007 1.0833 down
2008 0.8505 down
2009 0.8624 up
2010 1.0724 up
2011 0.8763 down
2012 0.9065 up

6 up and 8 down
ocean

1998 0.5156
1999 0.3312 up
2000 0.3523 up
2001 0.4493 up
2002 0.4900 up
2003 0.5206 up
2004 0.4883 down
2005 0.5001 up
2006 0.4788 down
2007 0.4043 down
2008 0.3843 down
2009 0.4949 up
2010 0.5021 up
2011 0.4012 down
2012 0.4505 up

9 up and 5 down
land and ocean

1998 0.6325
1999 0.4556 down
2000 0.4293 down
2001 0.5504 up
2002 0.6124 up
2003 0.6227 up
2004 0.5778 down
2005 0.6510 up
2006 0.5971 down
2007 0.5894 down
2008 0.5121 down
2009 0.5955 up
2010 0.6580 up
2011 0.5312 down
2012 0.5752 up

7 up and 7 down

up
6+9+7=22

down
8+5+7=20

fluctuations.

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#49742 - 09/17/13 07:12 AM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
Ellis Offline
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Registered: 01/08/07
Posts: 1490
Loc: Australia
It seems to me that what is happening is change rather than cooling or heating on its own. The extremes of hot and cold seem to exist together, and we should be acknowledging that something is happening to the climate we live in.

The Arctic is now navigable, the ice is melting--- but winter storms were bad in the Northern Hemisphere last year. There were record hot temperatures last summer in Australia, but winter has seen some record lows! It's a mess and we need to be seriously thinking about the ways we can deal with it.

I think that maybe it has been hotter before, but then there was not the population of billions of humans that we have today. And neither were those populations using polluting forms of energy to heat and cool themselves year round! It would be a good idea to take the idea of alternative energy seriously for a start.

I don't think that the incoming new government here is about to be involved in any solutions. Our new PM has not appointed a Science Minister or given the responsibility for science to any of the cabinet. It's not looking promising!

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#50223 - 11/02/13 05:46 AM Re: The last 16 years include the 15 HOTTEST years. [Re: preearth]
oneplanet Offline
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Registered: 09/06/05
Posts: 14
Loc: Australia
Climate change? Or the earth winding down naturally!

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