A media personality argues that global temperatures are not rising, because every year an increase is reported, such as 0.09 degrees C.

A media personality argues that global temperatures are not rising, because every year an increase is reported, such as 0.09 degrees C. The difference from the previous year is less than the margin of error of about 0.13 degrees C, so that difference should be ignored. What is the best counterargument?

The difference is only 0.04, but that is still a significant change.
The margin of error is quite small compared to the change year over year, so it is a significant issue.
The change of 0.09 is not a lot and thus should be ignored.
The margin of error is larger than the increase, so we should consider it an issue of just extra information and thus can be ignored.