May 1, 2009

Out in the cold

Andrew Bolt of the Australian paper Herald Sun, has a good round-up on global warming, Global warming alarmists out in cold:

...IT'S snowing in April. Ice is spreading in Antarctica. The Great Barrier Reef is as healthy as ever.

And that's just the news of the past week. Truly, it never rains but it pours — and all over our global warming alarmists.

Time's up for this absurd scaremongering. The fears are being contradicted by the facts, and more so by the week.

Doubt it? Then here's a test.

Name just three clear signs the planet is warming as the alarmists claim it should. Just three. Chances are your "proofs" are in fact on my list of 10 Top Myths about global warming. And if your "proofs" indeed turn out to be false, don't get angry with me....

You might want to take a look at his list. It's pretty good...

Here's one item I hadn't heard...

...What's more, not one of the world's seven continents has set a record high temperature since 1974. Europe's high remains the 50 degrees measured in Spain 128 years ago, before the invention of the first true car...
Posted by John Weidner at May 1, 2009 4:00 PM
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