Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

December 9, 2006

uh oh problems with global warming

Filed under: News and Announcements — Sagacious Himself @ 4:30 am

Since then, evidence disproving “global warming” has been pouring in.

       In January 2002, the
journal Science published the findings of scientists who had been
measuring the vast West Antarctic ice sheet.  Far from melting, it turns out the ice sheet is growing thicker.  The
researchers were Dr. Ian R. Joughin, an engineer at the jet propulsion
laboratory of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in
Pasadena, Calif., and Dr. Slawek Tulaczyk, a professor of earth
sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

       About the same time, the
journal Nature published the findings of scientist Peter Doran and his
colleagues at the University of Illinois. Rather than using the U.N.’s
“computer models,” the researchers took actual temperature
readings.  It turned out temperatures in the Antarctic have been
getting slightly colder – not warmer – for the last 30
years.

http://www.chronwatch.com/content/contentDisplay.asp?aid=2890

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