Scientists 'Adjust' Satellite Data To Find More Sea Level Rise

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Source: Flood situation in Thailand airport. Credit: goldenjack/Shutterstock

Let’s take a look at what they did

Satellites Show The Largest Tropical Temperature Drop In Years

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Tropical Storm Emily is shown over the west coast of Florida in this satellite map

La Nina is in full swing this year

SCIENCE: Natural Ocean Cycle Ended The 'Hiatus' In Global Warming

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Hurricane Maria which bore down menacingly on the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico on Tuesday after devastating the tiny island nation of Dominica and Hurricane Jose (top) are both seen in the Atlantic Ocean in this NOAA's GOES East satellite image taken at 21:45 p.m. EDT on September 19, 2017 (0145 UTC, September 20, 2017). Courtesy NASA/NOAA GOES Project/Handout via REUTERS

Natural ocean cycles raised temperatures

REPORT: Satellites Show The Global Warming 'Pause' Is Back

Energy | Michael Bastasch
NOAA handout map shows the dipping jet stream across the United States

‘No long-term trend between 1999 – 2016’

EPA's Main Argument For Man-Made Global Warming 'Doesn't Exist In The Real World'

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Handout photo of satellite image of three storm systems shown in the Atlantic Ocean

‘There is no record setting warming to be concerned about’

Is 2016 The Hottest Year Ever? Satellites Say No

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Handout photo of satellite image of three storm systems shown in the Atlantic Ocean

‘Temperatures fell faster’

Former NASA Scientist Dispels Notion Global Warming Is 'Settled' Science

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LE BOURGET near PARIS, FRANCE - DECEMBER 7, 2015 : American politician and environmentalist Al Gore at the Paris COP21, United nations conference on climate change. Credit: Frederic Legrand - COMEO / Shutterstock.com

‘Global warming is far from settled’

Global Temperature Plummets As El Nino Fades

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The weather system bringing winter weather to parts of the western and southern U.S. is seen in a NOAA GOES East satellite image

Is cooling on the way?

Former IPCC Chairman: Global Warming Not Linked To Incredibly Strong El Nino

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The weather system bringing winter weather to parts of the western and southern U.S. is seen in a NOAA GOES East satellite image

‘El Nino is a naturally occurring phenomenon’

UN Claims There's An 'Alarming Rate' Of Global Warming By Ignoring The 15-Year 'Hiatus' And El Nino

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From L-R, Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius, President-designate of COP21 and French President Francois Hollande applaud during the final plenary session at the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le Bourget, near Paris, France, December 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

‘We are in a kind of climate emergency now’

Scientists Are Freaking Out About February's Record Warmth -- What About The Naturally-Occurring El Nino?

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French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, former United States Vice President Al Gore, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and French Environment Minister Segolene Royal take part in the "People's Climate March" down 6th Ave. in the Man

‘We are in a kind of climate emergency now’

Naturally-Occurring El Nino Makes 2015 The Hottest Year On Record

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Washington DC Area Begins To Dig Out After Latest Snowstorm

‘2015 was remarkable even in the context of the ongoing El Niño’

Satellite Data Shows 2015 Wasn't Even Close To Being The Hottest Year On Record

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Hurricane Joaquin is seen over the Bahamas in the western Atlantic Ocean in this NOAA satellite image

El Nino ‘makes 2015 the third warmest year globally’