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Temperature Trend by Latitude
The Inconvenient Skeptic

June 20,2011

John Kerr


In the global warming debate there is the idea that for the first time ever the entire Earth is showing warming. In the past there were aberrations where a single part of the Earth would warm up. An hotly debated example of that is the Medieval Warming Period (MWP) where the idea is presented that the warming 1,000 years ago was only around Greenland and Norway while the rest of the Earth was cool. This leads to the idea that what is happening now is unprecedented.

I decided to take a closer look at the modern temperature data for the Earth by different region.

More evidence to say that "Global Warming" is not global.

Big Grin
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–William O. Douglas, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1952

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