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According to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA last year was the Earth’s warmest year on record, and those records go back 136 years.

Scientists started predicting a global temperature record months ago, in part because an El Niño weather pattern, one of the largest in a century, is releasing an immense amount of heat from the Pacific Ocean into the atmosphere. But the bulk of the record-setting heat, they say, is a consequence of the long-term planetary warming caused by human emissions of greenhouse gases.

We must pay attention to what our earth is telling us, before its too late!