Thursday, January 04, 2007

More Global Cooling

Back in July of 06 I posted a two-part review of a Discovery Channel documentary called "Global Warming: What You Need to Know" by Tom Brokaw which reviews can be read here and here.

I followed those up with another post offering evidence in favor of global cooling. I wanted to show that the same kind of anecdotal evidence used by Tom Brokaw also exists to support global cooling and this was evidence Mr. Brokaw didn't think you needed to know.

Now, thanks to Lubos Motl's Reference Frame, there is more such evidence. He links to a report that:

"New Zealand has had its coldest December since the records began in 1928."

And,

"The 2006 average temperatures of 32.5 C in Marble bar, Australia, was the coolest annual temperature in 92 years of records, beating 33.5 C in 1978 by a whole Celsius degree and being 3 Celsius degrees below the average!"

He also links to a story on the freezing people of Qatar which says:

"DOHA • The city and its outskirts have been shivering under a prolonged cold spell, with the mercury dipping to record lows."

He then goes on to talk about the record snows in Colorado. So there you have it, more solid evidence of global cooling.
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