December 16, 2010

Essential climate graphs for dealing with your denialist uncle at Xmas lunch

Hopefully your family doesn’t have a climate denialist uncle or relative, but if it does, and you’re stuck sitting next to him (or her, if she’s an aunt) at Xmas Lunch, here’s some excellent graphs that you can use to help debunk his (or her) climate denialism (courtesy of NASA).

There are some other really startling graphs and visualisations at the NASA website, so I encourage you to go there.


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  1. bronislava lee - December 15, 2010 at 10:28 pm -

    RT @alexanderwhite: Essential climate graphs for dealing with your denialist uncle at Xmas lunch: http://bit.ly/fzDXmF

  2. Peter Willis - December 15, 2010 at 11:15 pm -

    RT @alexanderwhite: Essential climate graphs for dealing with your denialist uncle at Xmas lunch: http://bit.ly/fzDXmF

  3. Nicholas Gruen - December 15, 2010 at 11:32 pm -

    ML (KP) Alex White: Essential climate graphs for dealing with your denialist uncle at Xmas lunch http://bit.ly/hEyES5

  4. Missing Link - December 15, 2010 at 11:41 pm -

    RT @NicholasGruen: ML (KP) Alex White: Essential climate graphs for dealing with your denialist uncle at Xmas lunch http://bit.ly/hEyES5

  5. Jozin - December 27, 2010 at 2:51 am -

    How it was measured in 1880? With satellite or something?

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