April 2012 was world’s fifth hottest ever
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climatic Data Center in America has found April 2012 to be the fifth hottest April… ever.
The month was found to have been 0.7°C above the average April temperature of 14.4°C, whilst April 2010 is down as the hottest one ever.
Boston.com wrote: “Temperatures that would have once been considered unusually hot and record breaking now aren’t even in the top two or three, said Michael Oppenheimer, a Princeton University climate scientist.”
But of course, there is absolutely no evidence for climate change… Ahem.
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