Wednesday, October 15, 2008

More on Global Cooling...

Photo: Sun image on 15 October.  One teeny-tiny spot.

Still waiting on Greenhouse.... and waiting on Sunspots, which appear vital to creating warmer conditions...
Alaska glaciers grew this year, thanks to colder weatherN THIS STORY
Story | Summer has been one of Alaska's coldest
By Craig Medred | Anchorage Daily News
Two hundred years of glacial shrinkage in Alaska, and then came the winter and summer of 2007-2008.
Unusually large amounts of winter snow were followed by unusually chill temperatures in June, July and August.


Weekend cold set new record lows
Pendleton breaks 118-year-old record
The East Oregonian
Cold temperatures set several new record lows this weekend, including a low of 22 Saturday in downtown Pendleton that broke a 118 year-old record of 24.


Decade has had fewest 90-degree days since 1930 (Chicago)
By Tom Skilling
August 13, 2008
August is the wettest and often the muggiest month of the year. Yet, summer heat continues in short supply, continuing a trend that has dominated much of the 21st Century's opening decade. There have been only 162 days 90 degrees or warmer at Midway Airport over the period from 2000 to 2008. That's by far the fewest 90-degree temperatures in the opening nine years of any decade on record here since 1930.


Global warming debate heats up
NASA scientists duel over interpretation of data
WASHINGTON - While one NASA scientist says man-made catastrophic climate change will cause an apocalypse, another says hysterical pronouncements about carbon dioxide emissions are unwarranted and overblown.

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