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Unfortunately, I think we'll have moved on to other "crises" by the time this theory gets junked.....if this prediction comes anywhere close to occurring, I'll convert from a skeptic to the Wacky World of Waldo. How about you Waldo - would you become a skeptic (not a denier) if the next decade fails to show any significant warming and we never have a year anywhere near as warm as 1934 - let alone half of those years? Could you see yourself having some doubts? Nah....I didn't think so.

However, climate will continue to warm, with at least half of the years after 2009 predicted to exceed the warmest year currently on record.
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uhhh... Simple... about that 1934 date: it's viewed as the hottest record for the U.S. (you know, that part that encompasses only 2% of the globe). Wait... Simple... are you trying an end-around to attempt to say something about the gathering of temperature records? Please, please, let's not see (yet) another one of your "urban heat island effect" posts - you know that's not been working out too well for you, right?

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uhhh... Simple... about that 1934 date: it's viewed as the hottest record for the U.S. (you know, that part that encompasses only 2% of the globe). Wait... Simple... are you trying an end-around to attempt to say something about the gathering of temperature records? Please, please, let's not see (yet) another one of your "urban heat island effect" posts - you know that's not been working out too well for you, right?

You didn't answer my question.....and it doesn't matter whether it was 1934 or 1998.

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Argue with Waldo - he says it was 2005.

and Waldo could very well be correct...and you as usual don't get it...el Nino's and la Nina's are anomalies they mask or hide true average global temps this is one reason why data is recorded on graphs, to view long term trends...
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