Sunday, January 10, 2010

U.N. Scientist admits "global warming has paused"

Shivering with cold, no doubt, Professor Mojib Latif "a leading member of the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change" admitted this weekend that "the extreme retreats that we have seen in glaciers and sea ice will come to a halt.  For the time being, global warming has paused, and there may well be some cooling."  (Link to story here.)  As a matter of fact, arctic sea ice has actually increased 26% - 409,000 square miles - since 2007.  (Same link.)

Dripping with sarcasm (and certainly not sweat this very cold January night in St. Louis) the blogger writes . . . How about that?  A complete reversal of "global warming" trends even without a deal in Copenhagen.  Without cap-and-trade in the U.S.  And without wrecking our economic fortunes with more and more useless regulation - oh, wait, I guess America's been doing its best on that last one.  

It is truly amazing what a few hybrid engines can do, isn't it?

Thankfully, the polar bears have nothing to worry about anymore.  Didn't we all know that things were bound to get better when we elected Barack Obama president?

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