A View from the Right Perspective
First, it's called Global warming.Second, you're cherry picking more than a bit; to wit:Record temperatures, US only: Daily Highs Daily LowsSince 1/1/10 87,545 34,473 Since 1/1/13 6,967 9,132 Monthly Highs Monthly LowsSince 1/1/10 4,619 1,205Since 1/1/13 236 375 All-Time Highs All-Time LowsSince 1/1/10 697 74Since 1/1/13 31 9 Daily High Mins Daily Low MaxesSince 1/1/10 100,591 49,153Since 1/1/13 10,551 10,554
We have had about 340 consecutive months of higher average temperatures, compared to the averages of the 20th Ce. That's like flipping heads 340 times in a row, or 1 divided by the number of stars in the universe. So, if a kid has has had a fever of 104 and for a few days it drops to 103, don't break out the champagne quite yet.