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  • Yet how can a barely discernible, one-degree increase in the recorded global mean temperature since the late 19th century possibly gain public acceptance as the source of recent weather catastrophes?

    About: Blinded by Science

  • A one-degree temperature change that happened at the first part of the century, not in the last part of the century, at least most of it, and a temperature change that hasn't changed since 1998 is causing superfires in California and only California?

    Phil Plait: Glenn Beck: global warming idiot

  • Also, Will is correct about the one-degree temperature rise.

    I don't always agree ...

  • Yet how can a barely discernible, one-degree increase in the recorded global mean temperature since the late 19th century possibly gain public acceptance as the source of recent weather catastrophes?

    Think Progress » Drudge Falsely Smears Gore

  • — During the period 1900-1940, when most of the 20th century's one-degree Fahrenheit temperature increase occurred, there were 7 years of moderate-to-severe drought.

    Global warming and the fires in California...

  • — During the period 1900-1940, when most of the 20th century's one-degree Fahrenheit temperature increase occurred, there were 7 years of moderate-to-severe drought.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Ok. But how does 90 one-degree rotations add upp to 90* [that low number]; why does not probability of steak increase as we approach the (90-degree) opposite of salad?

    Quantum interrogation

  • Thermometer measurements have shown a more than one-degree rise in temperature over the past century, and the rise has been linked by other research to man-made greenhouse gases, primarily the carbon dioxide produced by burning coal or gasoline.

    NAS Panel Report « Climate Audit

  • The vineyards of Germany's Mosel Valley will more than double in value with a rise in temperature of three degrees Celsius, while a one-degree increase would lift vineyard prices by 20%, estimate Orly Ashenfelter of Princeton and Karl Storchmann of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash.

    Wine Warming

  • Increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide have resulted in a one-degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature over the last century.

    Global Warming - Bush Deals the World a Death Sentence

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