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NASA pieces together the temperature puzzle

NASA pieces together the temperature puzzle

(5:49) The decade from 2000 to 2009 was the warmest in modern records. How NASA satellites help scientists study possible causes and effects of climate change.

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Guest: iknowlessthanyoudo (3424 days ago)
Ironic that this NASA video will be redacted and those who produced it will be fired when Mitt Romney takes office.
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Ironic that this NASA video will be redacted and those who produced it will be fired when Mitt Romney takes office.
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Guest: pablo w (3424 days ago)
Enough Ice to cover the states of TExas and Kentucky.......sounds like a fair start!
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Enough Ice to cover the states of TExas and Kentucky.......sounds like a fair start!
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Guest: Dafuq (3423 days ago)
Latest comment: All this science hokuspolus is so boring and complicated!
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Latest comment: All this science hokuspolus is so boring and complicated!
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