Tag Archives: climate history

It’s Getting Hotter than Hell

Record heat month after month, season after season, year after year, is the new nornal

It is hot and getting hotter. The evidence for global warming is growing with a long string of successive global heat records. The hottest months, the hottest seasons and the hottest years are stacking up. While individual weather records should not be confused with climate, decades of temperature data convincingly make the case for a warming world. Hot weather forces people to acknowledge our …

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Study of Pliocene Arctic Yields Insights into Climate Change Today, and for the Future

Study of the Arctic Pliocene will reveal clues to climate change today and into the future

The mean monthly average concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as measured at NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory at Mauna Loa, Hawaii exceeded 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in modern history back in May. The last time atmospheric CO2 reached this level was during the Pliocene Epoch some 3 million to 5 million years ago, earth scientists believe. Thing …

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