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Why Have Rising Temperatures Hit a Speed Bump?

Still, according to a new study, global warming may have hit a speed bump and could go into hiding for decades. Earth's climate continues to confound scientists. Following a 30-year trend of warming, global temperatures have flatlined since 2001 despite rising greenhouse gas concentrations, and a heat surplus that should have cranked up the planetary thermostat.This is nothing like anything we've seen since 1950, Kyle Swanson of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee said. Cooling events since then had firm causes, like eruptions or large-magnitude La Ninas. This current cooling doesn't have one.Swanson said the overall trend is flat, even though temperatures should have gone up by 0.2 degrees Centigrade (0.36 degrees Fahrenheit) during that time.


Yeah and screw the windows, just wear a motorcycle helmet with a face shield. Look at all the money you'll save.
If you can take the unit down dust it off. Blow on it at least. Put a brand new battery in. I think the yellow light is low battery. The recommendation nationally is that you change the batteries two times a year and use the day light savings time dates as reminders. Just push the buttom to hear the alarm and replace the batteries with brand new. Use the old ones for a toy or something. I wouldn't do it every week.

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