NASAs' interactive climate change time machine

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NASAs' interactive climate change time machine

This is kind of cool. NASA have put together an interactive 'Time Machine' that lets you examine the effects on global warming with over 100 years worth of data.

The 4 topics covered are Ice Melt, Sea Level, CO2 Emissions and Average Global temperature. This sort of visualisation is good as it will allow people to get a better picture of what's happening to our planet without having to wade through pages of data or look at unconvincing bar charts.

Check it out below.

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Monday 30th June 2008 | 08:59 AM

Interesting. One thing it does show (or that I interpreted) is that there are cycles of things getting better and worse, but always ending slightly worse off.

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