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Record 2012 temperatures in U.S. provide evidence of global warming

January 10, 2013

Record 2012 temperatures in U.S. provide evidence of global warming

Average temperatures across the country have risen by one degree Fahrenheit.

Opponents of the climate change ‘theory’—that human activity is raising global temperatures—have an increasingly difficult case to make, in light of recently released scientific evidence.

2012 was the “warmest and second most extreme year on record” for the contiguous U.S., according to data published by the National Climatic Data Center, a branch of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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