For climate criminal John Abraham, “off the chart” means “average with a slight downwards trend”
First Five Months Of 2015 Were The Hottest Ever Recorded
June 16, 2015 | by Aamna Mohdin
The year 2015 is set to be a record-breaker, according to NASA’s latest global temperature data. This year’s temperature is 0.71°C (1.3°F) above the long-term average, and the first five months have been the hottest ever recorded. NASA’s annual temperatures show a slight variation, where some years are cooler than others, but as John Abraham for The Guardian reports, “2015 is so far this year, simply off the chart.” Abraham suggests that the recent record-breaking temperatures put global warming critics in a difficult position—the evidence is simply not on their side.