It’s Been 27 Years

December 20, 2012

Succinct video from Climate Nexus asks the question.

“It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?”

NOAA:

November 2012 also marks the 36thconsecutive November and 333rd consecutive month with global temperature higher than the long-term average. The last month with a below average temperature was February 1985, nearly 28 years ago.

For a nostalgic walk thru a cooler world, check out the interactive page here.

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8 Responses to “It’s Been 27 Years”


  1. [...] It’s Been 27 Years: “It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?” [...]


  2. [...] It’s Been 27 Years: “It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?” [...]


  3. [...] It’s Been 27 Years: “It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?” [...]


  4. [...] It’s Been 27 Years: “It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?” [...]

  5. rayduray Says:

    BBC Headline: “West Antarctic Ice Sheet warming twice earlier estimate”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20804192


  6. [...] It’s Been 27 Years: “It’s been 27 years since we had a month that was at or below the average temperature of the 20th century. Does that mean anything?” [...]

  7. MorinMoss Says:

    This is an example of a post that I just can’t feel right about giving a good rating.
    It’s not that there’s anything wrong with it but it’s depressing.

    “Liking” this would feel the same as “liking” a Facebook post that said “Click Like if you think we’re all a bunch of dumbasses”


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