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Climatologist Dr. Roy Spencer: ‘2014 a Record Warm Year? Probably Not.’ – Discredits notion that ‘beating a previous ‘warmest’ year by hundredths of a degree has any real-world meaning’

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The satellite and thermometer technologies seem to be diverging in what they are telling us in recent years, with the thermometers continuing to warm, and the satellite temperatures essentially flat-lining.

So, why have world governments chosen to rely on surface thermometers, which were never designed for high accuracy, and yet ignore their own high-tech satellite network of calibrated sensors, especially when the satellites also agree with weather balloon data?

I will leave it to the reader to answer that one.

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