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    Global Weather Highlight, January 2014 - http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/2014/1

    The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for January was the warmest since 2007 and the fourth warmest on record at 12.7C (54.8F), or 0.65C (1.17F) above the 20th century average of 12.0C (53.6F). The margin of error associated with this temperature is 0.08C ( 0.14F).

    The global land temperature was the highest since 2007 and the fourth highest on record for January, at 1.17C (2.11F) above the 20th century average of 2.8C (37.0F). The margin of error is 0.18C ( 0.32F).

    For the ocean, the January global sea surface temperature was 0.46C (0.83F) above the 20th century average of 15.8C (60.5F), the highest since 2010 and seventh highest on record for January. The margin of error is 0.04C ( 0.07F).

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    http://www.warwickhughes.com/hoyt/scorecard.htm

    http://www.warwickhughes.com/hoyt/climate-change.htm

    Here is a long list of actual recordings and the report on those findings based contrasted against the prediction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry V View Post
    Global Weather Highlight, January 2014 - http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/2014/1

    The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for January was the warmest since 2007 and the fourth warmest on record at 12.7C (54.8F), or 0.65C (1.17F) above the 20th century average of 12.0C (53.6F). The margin of error associated with this temperature is 0.08C ( 0.14F).

    The global land temperature was the highest since 2007 and the fourth highest on record for January, at 1.17C (2.11F) above the 20th century average of 2.8C (37.0F). The margin of error is 0.18C ( 0.32F).

    For the ocean, the January global sea surface temperature was 0.46C (0.83F) above the 20th century average of 15.8C (60.5F), the highest since 2010 and seventh highest on record for January. The margin of error is 0.04C ( 0.07F).
    Some how i dont believe none of this

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    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ci...hange03_06.htm

    Here is another link. Some really good reading because the IPCC only interprets data. Then based on their theory people, like the Pres. and the Sec. of State state, it as fact.

    This is like someone telling you XYZ is the best dog which has ever existed based on their traing as a 1 year old. This is basically the hard core temp. data we have to work with. Then you tell all tell your friends this is a fact. They will just laugh.

    Why don't congress just ban the bad weather? Since, they can control everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry V View Post
    Global Weather Highlight, January 2014 - http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/2014/1

    The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for January was the warmest since 2007 and the fourth warmest on record at 12.7C (54.8F), or 0.65C (1.17F) above the 20th century average of 12.0C (53.6F). The margin of error associated with this temperature is 0.08C ( 0.14F).

    The global land temperature was the highest since 2007 and the fourth highest on record for January, at 1.17C (2.11F) above the 20th century average of 2.8C (37.0F). The margin of error is 0.18C ( 0.32F).

    For the ocean, the January global sea surface temperature was 0.46C (0.83F) above the 20th century average of 15.8C (60.5F), the highest since 2010 and seventh highest on record for January. The margin of error is 0.04C ( 0.07F).
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    The Sierra Club has a solution:
    From the promotion of the book Time on Our Side in Sierra magazine:
    “There’s no such thing as sustainable growth, not in a country like the U.S.,” Worldwatch senior fellow Erik Assadourian says. “We have to de-grow our economy, which is obviously not a popular stance to take in a culture that celebrates growth in all forms.


    But as the saying goes, if everyone consumed like Americans, we’d need four planets.” Whether you move to a smaller house or an apartment, downsize to one or no car, or simply have fewer lattes to-go, a smaller paycheck could reduce consumption overall…


    Shorter workweeks could mean more time for psychologically gratifying pursuits such as gardening, reading, or biking.
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    The real issue is the melting of the Ice Caps. This changes weather patterns . Ice Ages happen. Science may not be clear as to why, but the last one very evident. One can only speculate if we are heading towards another. The warming may be the first event, bringing colder air south like this winter. For every action their is an equal and opposite reaction. As the poles melt because of warm air, colder air is created as the Ice Caps melt. It is the Yin and Yang of science. Nature is still not entirely understood, and the population of man kind has never been at this level. The Earth will attempt to survive no matter if all humans are wiped off its face.

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    http://www.independent.co.uk/environ...m-9147856.html

    Make up your mind guys. They always come up with a theory. First it was volcanic eruptions don't produce more CO2 than vehicles. I believe there is a link showing this fact.

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    Dan, I wonder if this means that if the climate models cannot predict the future eruptions of volcanoes, they cannot actually predict the trend of global warming? Perhaps, human activity notwithstanding, Mother Nature still has the upper hand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry Clinchy View Post
    Dan, I wonder if this means that if the climate models cannot predict the future eruptions of volcanoes, they cannot actually predict the trend of global warming? Perhaps, human activity notwithstanding, Mother Nature still has the upper hand?
    When Mt St Helens erupted it blew the top of the mountain off . You can measure the volume of solids moved
    but how do you measure the amount & types of gases put into the atmosphere - the eruption happened the weekend
    of the Spokane FT - several from this area ruined there cars trying to come home through the dust after the trial -
    that fall there was still 1-2 " of volcanic dust on the untraveled farm roads 100 miles away from the eruption -
    that's a tremendous force, unmeasurable with any degree of accuracy, yet the theorists want us to believe we should
    commit large amounts of precious capital in a feeble attempt to delay the inevitable .
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