A Real Science report released October 25 shows the U.S. is having its coolest year on record.
According to Real Science, “the percentage of US [Historical Climatology Network] stations to reach 90 degrees was smallest on record this year.”
Moreover, the report indicates that “four of the five coolest years” in the U.S. have occurred with atmospheric CO2 concentrations “above 350” parts per million (350 PPM CO2). This data is crucial because groups like CO2Now.org warn that CO2 concentrations above 350 PPM CO2 “[result] from human activities and [cause] global warming and climate change.”
Again — the Real Science research shows that “four of the five coolest years” in the US occurred at levels higher than 350 parts per million.
The report cites 1931 as the hottest year on record for the US. In that year “over 98 percent of [US HCN] stations were over 90 degrees.”
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