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State of the Climate, Indicators of Change

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As the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen gets into full swing, it’s a good time to take a look around and assess the current state of things.

In the 30 years of direct satellite observation…

Meanwhile…

And in the last ten years, the U.S. is setting record high temperatures at twice the rate of record lows.

All of which point toward an anthropogenic forcing on climate and none of which is impacted by a bunch of emails from UEA.

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