According to a story by CNN’s Mariano Castillo and Brandon Miller, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that 2015 may be the hottest year since humans have been keeping records. It as confirmed by the Japan Meteorological Agency. For over a hundred years scientists have been collecting information from weather stations. Before that they determined weather data from measuring tree rings, ice cores, pollen counts, sediment layers and other climate indicators. It is now the hottest it has been in 4000 years.
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