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Author: Subject: Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age
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[*] Post 322744 posted on 26-2-2008 at 16:23 Reply With Quote
Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age



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And remember the Arctic Sea ice? The ice we were told so hysterically last fall had melted to its "lowest levels on record? Never mind that those records only date back as far as 1972 and that there is anthropological and geological evidence of much greater melts in the past.

The ice is back.

Gilles Langis, a senior forecaster with the Canadian Ice Service in Ottawa, says the Arctic winter has been so severe the ice has not only recovered, it is actually 10 to 20 cm thicker in many places than at this time last year.


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It's interesting to note the University of Arizona professors who have now concluded, with regard to the previous computer models for climate change concerning ocean currents and ice melting, "the computer models . . . are all wrong."

The harm attributed to man-made global warming may indeed be wrong, but the harm done by politicians who enact expensive regulations, penalties, and taxes is real.
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[*] Post 322746 posted on 26-2-2008 at 16:45 Reply With Quote


You wouldn't let it lie!

But, global warming can lead to colder winters in some places - specially places like the UK that benefits from the warm current of the Gulf stream. It can even lead to general cooling in some places even in summer.

Your article seems a little light on research and seems to come right off the top of the author's head. Just because it snowed more in your part of the world this winter does not mean all bets are off.

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[*] Post 322748 posted on 26-2-2008 at 17:30 Reply With Quote


More republication regurgitation, errrrrr propaganda.

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