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Global warming waning? Hardly. 2010 was tied as warmest year on record

The results are in:  2010 tied (with 2005) for the warmest year on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  2010 was also the wettest year globally.  GR

In a seperate report from the UN, 2010 was tied (with 2005 and 1998) for the warmest year on record.  Although the UN report uses additional data sets not included in the NOAA report, the results are nearly identical. 

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