The ’00s Was The Warmest Decade In Modern History

Don’t tell climate skeptics, but everything is getting hotter:

The 2000-2009 decade was the warmest on record, easily surpassing the previous hottest decade — the 1990s — researchers said Tuesday in a report providing fresh evidence that the planet may be warming at a potentially disastrous rate.

Last year’s climate milestones included:

The deadliest February tornado in Oklahoma history.

The largest wildfire in Los Angeles County history.

Worst deluge in decades in northern Brazil, affecting 186,000 people.

Heavy rainfall in northern Argentina, causing a landslide affecting 20,000 people.

5 Comments on "The ’00s Was The Warmest Decade In Modern History"

  1. fedupwiththefed | Jan 20, 2010 at 5:24 pm |

    It's amazing how soft headed modern day leftist are. Neocons can at least be excused for being dense. Ivy league liberals are supposed to be capable of critical thought. If the earth is indeed warming, how could it possibly be proven that the main contributing factor is human activity? The earth is a dynamic system. It is only hubris that claims to know the causes. There is no effect. There is no cause.

  2. Dogfaceddemon | Jan 21, 2010 at 10:09 am |

    This title is pretty misleading.
    What does “The deadliest February tornado in Oklahoma” have to do with my the temps of our lovely planet?
    I thought I'd at least see a couple of degree signs being flashed….
    🙁

  3. wfzlsster | Jan 21, 2010 at 12:32 pm |

    UTTER NONSENSE..

  4. Anonymous | Jan 21, 2010 at 10:32 pm |

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  5. frankglaza | Jan 21, 2010 at 5:32 pm |

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