Speaking of Tasmania, the nearest spot to it on the Aussie continent is Wilson’s Promontory on the southern tip of Victoria, whose lighthouse sits out on a peninsula far removed from urban heat islands or any other influences that distort temperature records. Which makes it a perfect place to see a century of climate heating, which we present for you in the following graph and invite you to guess which year is 1920 and which is 2020.
Here’s the answer:
If you guessed wrong, don’t worry. You can hardly be expected to see every existential crisis that comes along.