Ars Technicom is excited to announce the availability of our first time table for all of the world’s climate and atmospheric data.
In addition to being an invaluable resource for researchers, we’re thrilled to bring this tool to all our readers.
This time table has been made available for a limited time to all of our readers who want to download it.
You’ll be able to view the data for the past 10 years, or any time period for which we have data, and view the most recent time table.
As you might expect, we expect it to be quite a bit of fun.
We’ll have a few more time tables ready for download in the near future.
The first time tables for the global temperature data set include the first 100 years of temperature data, but we’re also including all the previous and current time periods for which the data is available.
To see the past and current data sets, we have to first download them, which requires you to download a separate program.
For those who don’t want to have to download multiple programs, the free version of this tool is also available.
You can download the free, public version from the link below.
The public version is just about the same size as the public version, and it’s also free.
To download the public versions of the time tables, click on the download button on the right.