Friday, December 11, 2009

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This just in from Louise Grey, Environment correspondent in Copenhagen for the
Next year will be the hottest on record, the Met Office has predicted, as scientists released the latest figures supporting evidence for climate change.

A new forecast for 2010 predicted it will be almost 1F (0.6C) higher than the long term average of 57F (14C) across the globe as a result of natural weather patterns and global warming.

The figures, presented at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, come as scientists released a statement claiming global warming is “unequivocal” following ‘Climategate’.
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From: Phil Jones
To: “Michael E. Mann”
Subject: Met Office 2010 Prediction
Date: Fri Dec 11 11:04:11 2009


In regards to the recent Met Office prediction of 2010 to be the hottest evah:

Could you instruct the computer programming geek to write code involving a few new tricks for 2010?


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