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NASA animation of temperature data from 1880-2011

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Published on Sep 10, 2012

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patrick kelly
This actually scares me.
Franklin Taylor
Trick of the mind graphics. You see red or blue you think of really hot or really  cold  and that just isn't so. the change has only been less a degree F so colors like these exaggerate and mislead. No one year was very hot and the next very cold...we don't live on the moon.
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Jack the Gestapo
Hmmm sounds like we are boiling ourselves
johnsmeyer
Stand up to stupid.  Boycott "Fox Noise".
MassDynamic
"pfff, global warming is a myth" tell that to nasa.
bouxesas
Either way, we have to understand that we are harming ourselves and not the earth. Earth is not going to be destroyed by 60 degrees Celcius. We are.
Frantic
Burn motherfucker BUURRN! 
jrw97
We don't need to be around during that time to know how the climate changed. We can infer it from soil samples and fossils. And when scientists say climate change can occur rapidly, they mean rapidly on a geological scale. A few thousand years out of the billions that the Earth has existed is very quick for climate change. But the same amount of change in 1-200 years is only heard of after meteor impacts or volcanic eruptions.
Armadillo
How do you know this? Were you alive 10 million years ago to witness the climate change? I think the ice age speaks for itself. Climate can change very rapidly. However, this doesn't mean that we should continue to spew out toxic waste in our environment as it harms this planet in other ways. But raising the temperature? Forget about it. Carbon dioxide actually cools the planet, proven by NASA.
Sesarrbg
Yes this has happened before. Yes this will happen again. The planet is fine. We are fucked. Humanity is not able to survive climate change so rapid. Simply because we will have nothing to eat as drought and desertification become issues that can not be ignored. All it takes is one great famine and the disease after it will be the end of humanity as we know it.
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