If this temperature trend continues, 2016 will be the hottest year on record, beating the record set in 2015, which beat the record set in 2014. That global warming.
Remember Joanie Loves Chachi? I know, you had forgotten until now. But dredge up that awkward memory long enough to realize that Scott Baio is still alive and, over the past few days, spreading messages like these: Got that? If it snows somewhere in the
Back in February 2013, I asked, “Is This the Year CO2 hits 400 PPM?” It wasn’t, quite: atmospheric carbon dioxide in the gold-standard record from atop Mauna Loa, Hawaii first hit 400 parts per million in April 2014, two years ago. We might wish wistfully