NASA Scientists Predict Another All-Time Heat Record For 2016 During the 12 months from May 2015 to May 2016, each month set an all-time heat record. That's on average around the world. Some places were not record breakers, but overall, global warming is increasing. NASA scientists talk about what the rest of this year may look like, and whether it will set yet another global record.
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NASA Scientists Predict Another All-Time Heat Record For 2016

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NASA Scientists Predict Another All-Time Heat Record For 2016

NASA Scientists Predict Another All-Time Heat Record For 2016

NASA Scientists Predict Another All-Time Heat Record For 2016

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During the 12 months from May 2015 to May 2016, each month set an all-time heat record. That's on average around the world. Some places were not record breakers, but overall, global warming is increasing. NASA scientists talk about what the rest of this year may look like, and whether it will set yet another global record.