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24 Jan 07

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Global Warming Has Ended … 
we’re headed into at best another little ice age
Here’s a great article by Dan Hammer of Climate Patrol

24 Jan 07 - Here is where you have to stop and think about the numbers. 1998 was the warmest year on record. I don’t think many would dispute that. 2005 was the 2nd warmest year on record. (Because of the 2005 ranking keep in mind that the numbers for 2002, 2003 and 2004 will be one notch lower than I am going to list. These were the ranks at the time they happened.) 2002 was the 2nd warmest year on record (now 3rd), 2003 was 3rd, 2004 was 4th, and 2006 was the 6th warmest on record. That means since 1998 the global temperatures have been trending downward. Advertising that 2006 was the 6th warmest makes for good press but it is very misleading. The report could have very well said that evidence suggests that global warming has reversed course. The reality is that over the past 8 years the global temperatures have been trending downward.


If you look over the climate records you will see that following every great temperature spike there an equally impressive temperature crash. I think 1998 was the end of the great temperature spike and we've started our downward trend. I believe the instability in the ocean currents has triggered this change.

Make no mistake. We are headed into what is at best another little ice age.

http://www.climatepatrol.com/forum/18/2276/pg1/index.php

Thanks to Dan Hammer of Climate Patrol for this article.


               

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