If We Go Another 332 Consecutive Months Like This, We Should Really Think About Doing Something

According to a new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, October "is the 332nd consecutive month with an above-average temperature." As in, the last time we had a cooler-than-average month was February 1985. As in, NEVER IN MY LIFE have I experienced a month on this planet that was cooler than the historical average, and the last 27 years have looked something like this:

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