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400 PPM CO2 Update! ‘Coldest summer on record at North Pole — Highest Aug. Arctic ice extent since 2006 — Record high Aug. Antarctic ice extent — No major hurricane strikes for 8 years — Slowest tornado season on record — No global warming for 17 years – 2nd slowest fire season on record’

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Via Real Science: 

  • Coldest summer on record at the North Pole
  • Highest August Arctic ice extent since 2006
  • Record high August Antarctic ice extent
  • No major hurricane strikes (Cat 3 or larger) for eight years
  • Slowest tornado season on record
  • No global warming for 17 years
  • Second slowest fire season on record
  • Four of the five snowiest northern hemisphere winters have occurred since 2008
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