Has Warmest Year Ever
The South Pole experienced its warmest year on
record in 2009, according to newly released data from the Amundsen-Scott
South Pole Station.
The average temperature at the South Pole last
year was still a bone-chilling minus 54.2 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 47.9
in 2009, making it the warmest year on record
since 1957, when temperature records began at the South Pole.
The previous record high was minus 54.4 F (minus
48 C), recorded in 2002, according to Tim Markle,
senior meteorologist at the South Pole Station
Last year was also the second warmest year on
record for the planet, according to NASA measurements of global surface
released earlier this year. The global record
warm year, in the period of near-global instrumental measurements since
the late 1800s, was 2005.
Pole is lying.
The South Pole has a radical, Leftist agenda.
I also believe the South Pole is gay."
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