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See how Earth is fast approaching a red hot mess

See how Earth is fast approaching a red hot mess | Grist

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See how Earth is fast approaching a red hot mess

By on Aug 26, 2016ShareEd Hawkins

Scientists are getting better at producing visualizations that make climate change, a pretty heady topic, simple enough to take in at a glance. This image charts global temperature changes each year since 1850, using the period from 1961 to 1990 as a baseline. The color scale ranges from dark blue (-2.5 degrees C) to dark red (+2.5 degrees C).

It was created by climate scientist Ed Hawkins, the same person who brought us the popular hypnotic GIF of global temperatures spiraling out of control.

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I remember back when I was growing up, there was no internet. Well, there was a rudimentary form of the internet, but it hadn’t been ‘created by Al Gore’ yet. If you don’t understand that reference, you are likely much younger than I am. Today information is at people’s fingertips, and awareness spreads so much […]

Rick Doblin Speaking At #SSDP2016

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