Data in everyday life: Global land-ocean temperature index

Summer is here and the temperature continues to rise at the PQ headquarters in Dayton, Ohio. The chart below displays the Global Land-Ocean Temperature Index over the past 100 years. Each data point represents the deviation from the base (base = 1951-1980 mean) for the annual global temperature average over time.

Source: NASA/GISS

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  1. Why publish the “data” that has been **proven** to be false, and manipulated by pretend “scientists” to benefit billionaires? Actual Scientific data shows **cooling** — and much warmer periods in the early and mid 20th century.

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