2005 Was Hot

I didn’t like of the news: 2005 was the warmest year on record. It doesn’t sound good to me.

“Recent warming coincides with rapid growth of human-made greenhouse gases,” says James Hansen, who led the study. And the warming seen is in line with that predicted by climate models, he says. “The observed rapid warming thus gives urgency to discussions about how to slow greenhouse gas emissions.”

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4 Responses to 2005 Was Hot

  1. George says:

    Hi Bibi:
    You are right it has been HOT and getting Hotter.If some scientist would just definatively say ” here’s the reason and proof” we could get on with the solution if there is one.Meanwhile get out the oxygen bottles and the fans, we’re in for a rough ride.

  2. George says:

    Hi Bibi:
    You are right it has been HOT and getting Hotter.If some scientist would just definatively say ” here’s the reason and proof” we could get on with the solution if there is one.Meanwhile get out the oxygen bottles and the fans, we’re in for a rough ride.

  3. Inagaki says:

    A julgar pelo calor senegálico que está fazendo em Sampa City nestes dias, 2006 tem tudo pra ter o recorde do ano passado…

  4. Bibi says:

    Pois é Inagaki, que nojo! Acho que daqui a pouco seremos obrigados a usar “moda praia” por aqui. Pior é que é meu cérebro para de funcionar a 28ºC.
    George, there are a list of problems that make the weather getting hotter every year, and this is getting worst.

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