“Where most of us live (with apologies to southern-hemisphere readers)” [reblog of Tamino]


Love the comparison with Berkeley Earth Surface Temperatures.

Open Mind

Almost all of us live on land, not the ocean. And, most of us live in the northern hemisphere, not the southern. For the benefit of most of us, let’s take a closer look at how temperature has changed, in the northern hemisphere, on land.

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