Hottest Years Ever

The past seven years have been Earth’s hottest on record and there’s no signs of ‘slowing down

127-Degree Heat in Zaragoza. – The New York Times

Arctic sea ice extent is the highest in eighteen years.

Charctic Interactive Sea Ice Graph | Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis

Last January was the coldest in Antarctica since 1978.

Antarctica set to coldest January since 1978, Southern Hemisphere hasn´t been so cold almost 10 years – mkweather

UAH Global Temperature Update for December, 2021: +0.21 deg. C. « Roy Spencer, PhD

According to the 1995 IPCC report, Greenland and Antarctica were much warmer 120,000 years ago.



National Geographic Magazine Archive

Less Ice In Arctic Ocean 6000-7000 Years Ago — ScienceDaily

Holocene Treeline History and Climate Change Across Northern Eurasia – ScienceDirect

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Fifty-three million years ago, palm trees grew in Antarctica.

Palm trees ‘grew on Antarctica’ – BBC News

There were crocodiles and palm trees in the Arctic.

Crocodiles and Palm Trees in the Arctic? New Report Suggests Yes.

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5 Responses to Hottest Years Ever

  1. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Gee, I remember hotter times back in the 1950’s, but Doyle probably believes time began when he/she was born.

    • Richard says:

      GEE I remember satellite data from 1878 showing hotter temps then (Al Gore speech)

      unlike Disco the Global warming maroons are not going away

  2. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    These so called experts are throwing in the towel on Covid. I expect if we keep up the pressure they will cave on climate as well

  3. D. Boss says:

    Tony’s evidence is sound, and here is another trustworthy presentation of actual data:

    This combines all ground station reporting, and lots of ocean buoys too. The majority are from METAR data which is used for aviation – and you cannot fudge that data or planes will crash.

    Against the 30 year average, the global surface temperature is:

    The recorded global temperature for previous years:
    2015 average: 0.98 °F (0.54 °C) below normal
    2016 average: 0.48 °F (0.27 °C) below normal
    2017 average: 0.47 °F (0.26 °C) below normal
    2018 average: 1.33 °F (0.74 °C) below normal
    2019 average: 0.65 °F (0.36 °C) below normal
    2020 average: 0.00 °F (0.00 °C) below normal
    2021 average: 0.20 °F (0.11 °C) below normal

    Last hour they processed just under 61,000 stations globally.

    Still need help Planning for 20billion of us….and Global Cooling & Warming
    Chart available re Earthquake activity?

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