New “NASA and NOAA” global temperature series

Love the “But I digress” in Tamino‘s post “NASA and NOAA” about new global temperature series from both agencies.

Tamino references this lecture by the middle-of-the-road climate scientist and hurricanes expert Professor Kerry Emanuel:

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2 Responses to New “NASA and NOAA” global temperature series

  1. EarthGuard97 says:

    Nice post! I’d appreciate it if you’d check out my blog as well

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