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This animation shows the planet's rising temperatures
posted January 20 2015 21:24.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




2014 was the hottest year ever recorded. This amazing and scary animation shows the monthly average temperature changes relative top the 20th century average temperature. The way this animation works is by showing the year's average temperature with a dotted line, while old records fade into the background. Thirteen of the fourteen hottest years were in the 21st century and things may get even hotter.

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