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Ken Caldeira
All of the hottest years have been recent. Ranking of years by NASA-GISS estimates of global mean temperature.
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Steve Paluch 16 Jul 13
I'm having trouble understanding this graph.
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UW–Madison Science 16 Jul 13
x axis = years. y axis = rank on list of warmest years. Lower the dot, hotter the global mean temp.
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Steve Paluch 16 Jul 13
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UW–Madison Science 16 Jul 13
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Ben McNeil 16 Jul 13
A new way to look at global warming ranking the hottest global temperatures. No conspiracy here via
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Brian Hayes 16 Jul 13
All of the hottest years have been Republican
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Things Break 16 Jul 13
RT : All of the hottest years have been recent. Ranking of years by NASA-GISS estimates of global temp
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Troy X Holmes 16 Jul 13
Bro...what are the odds NASA temperate ESTIMATESBwould ever show following years being colder than the previous years? Zero?
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Kyle Gorman 17 Jul 13
y-axis of that graph desperately needs to be flipped
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Benjamin Van Brande 18 Jul 13
But I heard that Global Warming is a myth? My world crumbles (and heats up) :)
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sam  a perez 18 Jul 13
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Kyle Simon 18 Jul 13
having "years since 1880..." in the Y-axis label make it harder to understand.
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Richard Latham 18 Jul 13
any idea what happened around 1940?
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Ken Caldeira 18 Jul 13
Agreed. This version is easier to understand.
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Ken Caldeira 18 Jul 13
@killa__bee Thanks for the suggestion. I'll make a new version.
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joshua robert wiese 19 Jul 13
Record in June mark 340 consecutive months of warmer-than-average temps v/
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Ken Caldeira 19 Jul 13
Thanks for the pointers. I took your advice on board and made a new version.
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