Wednesday, 20 January 2016

2015 Hottest Year On Record

2015 was the planet's hottest year by the widest margin in 136 years of record keeping, US government scientists have said with the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) saying 2015's average temperature was 58.62F (14.79C), 1.62F above the 20th century average and 0.29F above 2014.
Scientists put the blame on blame man-made global warming and El Nino as the report marks the fourth time in 11 years that a global temperature record was set.
World powers agreed at the Paris climate talks in December to a goal of capping temperature rises at 2C above pre-industrial levels but many scientists say the planet is already about halfway to that milestone, with no sign of slowing down with ice sheets melting and rising seas as a result.
It is no good tinkering with the edges as everything else will be insignificant if Mother Nature unleashes her wrath so we need to act now and ignore the idiots like Donald Trump who refuse to see the evidence before their own eyes.
The problem won't go away and it is going to get a whole lot worse unless our Governments act now.


Anonymous said...

Wow, a whole 136 years. How many billions of years old is the Earth?


Falling on a bruise said...

4 billion so the scientists can tell what happened previously like the tens of thousands of years it took for the co2 levels to reach what we have today and taken only about 150 years.