2014 Headed Toward Hottest Year On Record — Here’s Why That’s Remarkable

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Mainstream media is now talking about this news but, on basis of “seeing-is-believing”, here’s a particularly useful diagram to help understand that it’s real. Australian Bureau of Meteorology reported Friday that their models indicate “at least 70% chance that El Niño will be declared in coming months.” If so, then 2015 will very likely top 2014 to become the hottest year on record. The only way to stop setting new records on an increasingly regular basis — until large parts of the planet are uninhabitable — is to sharply change the world’s carbon dioxide emissions path starting ASAP.

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