Who's getting hotter now? -
Oops, not THIS hot or not.
Nope, we're talking about the climate change report that says, yup, it's getting hot in hrrrrr.
AP The United Nations panel, which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more droughts, heatwaves, rains and a slow gain in sea levels that could last for more than 1,000 years.
The scientists said it was "very likely" -- or more than 90 percent probable -- that human activities led by burning fossil fuels explained most of the warming in the past 50 years.