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Every year, climate-change enthusiasts tell us the earth is getting hotter. But are we really observing record hot years consecutively? While global warming is real and has been happening since the end of the Little Ice Age in the 18th century, the claims surrounding unprecedented temperatures are, at best, highly dubious. Reality and some climate-change claims differ as much as day and night. Here are two examples. A few official agencies across the globe are widely considered “leaders” or “authoritative” in disseminating climate data. Among them are the Met Office in the UK and top U.S. state agencies like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). However, these agencies have used their near-invincible status to adjust climate data points as they please, often resulting in an exaggerated warming trend. NASA has been found to have adjusted past temperature data downward in order to make the present temperature levels look comparatively warmer. Why did NASA adjust the 2016 data point to make it appear that 2020 beat it by a larger margin than originally appeared? You decide.

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