RECENT HEADLINES AROUND THE WORLD:
Winter system drops record snow, chills the South
Britain facing one of the coldest winters in 100 years, experts predict
A record-breaking (and cold) Saturday morning
Record Cold To hit Global Warming Conference (Copenhagen To Break Dec 17th Record by 7 Degrees!)
U.S. December weather coldest since 2000: report
Our deep freeze may be record breaker by the spring
Asked by Anonymous at 2:15 PM on Jan. 4, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
"The March 16, 2009 report by Dr. Alan Carlin says among other things -- that “As of the best information we currently have, the GHG/CO2 hypothesis as to the cause of global warming, which this Draft TSD supports, is currently an invalid hypothesis from a scientific viewpoint because it fails a number of critical comparisons with available observable data. Any one of these failings should be enough to invalidate the hypothesis; the breadth of these failings leaves no other possible conclusion based on current data.”
Answer by Crissy1213 at 12:08 AM on Jan. 5, 2010
Answer by ecodani at 2:19 PM on Jan. 4, 2010
MYTH: Recent cold winters and cool summers don’t feel like global warming to me.
FACT: While different pockets of the country have experienced some cold winters here and there, the overall trend is warmer winters.
Measurements show that over the last century the Earth’s climate has warmed overall, in all seasons, and in most regions. Climate skeptics mislead the public when they claim that the winter of 2003–2004 was the coldest ever in the northeastern United States. That winter was only the 33rd coldest in the region since records began in 1896. Furthermore, a single year of cold weather in one region of the globe is not an indication of a trend in the global climate, which refers to a long-term average over the entire planet.
Answer by Anonymous at 2:22 PM on Jan. 4, 2010
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Answer by Anonymous at 4:41 PM on Jan. 4, 2010