Two centuries of warming in two minutes

This video was just shown to Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C. It is the end result of the BEST review of global temperature records.

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By Vince Whirlwind (not verified) on 14 Nov 2011 #permalink

Couple this one with the rising CO2 animation you had a few weeks ago, and you've got a pretty compelling presentation justlikethat. Of course, correlation doesn't equal causation . . . but then again we've understood the basic physics of the CO2 molecule for 150 years. It's just not bloody difficult.