Tuesday, January 06, 2009


What you need to know

Here I was tonight watching a show 'bout the 1946 World Series (Red Sox vs. Cardinals) on the Major Leage Baseball Network when ... I was assaulted by a the-ice-caps-are-melting-and-polar-bears-are-dying commercial featuring C-list celeb Noah Wyle.

When the show went off I started poking around the Inter-Web. I came across this, and it make me chuckle (at Mr. Noah Wyle's, and his fellow Hollywood nutbuckets' expense):

In December ... [Al] Goracle [Gore] told a German audience that the North Pole will have a complete meltdown by 2013.

Don't think so, Al.

Even the global warming religionists at The Huffington Post are jumping ship.

Now, we learn that the sea ice ends the year at levels seen 29 years ago.
Daily Tech reported:

Rapid growth spurt leaves amount of ice at levels seen 29 years ago.

Thanks to a rapid rebound in recent months, global sea ice levels now equal those seen 29 years ago, when the year 1979 also drew to a close.

Ice levels had been tracking lower throughout much of 2008, but rapidly recovered in the last quarter. In fact, the rate of increase from September onward is the fastest rate of change on record, either upwards or downwards.

The data is being reported by the University of Illinois's Arctic Climate Research Center, and is derived from satellite observations of the Northern and Southern hemisphere polar regions.

The oceans have been cooling since 2003.
Sea ice is growing at the fastest pace on record.
A rare 50 year arctic blast is cooling the west coast.
There are growing fears of a coming freeze worse than the ice age.
Alaskan Sea Glaciers are advancing for the first time in 250 years.
And, for the second straight year the Earth is, in fact, cooling ... not warming.

Th[e] US Climate Map October 2007-November 2008 shows that temperatures are well below normal throughout the US this year.

It looks like Al Gore is a bit off on his prediction that North Pole will be completely gone in 5 years.

More ... Eiffel Tower closed as snow blankets Europe and Great Britain could be in the grip of its hardest winter for decades as temperatures struggle to climb above freezing.

You gotta click here for all the links. You're gonna laugh (in a sad-laughter kind o' way) when you condider how clueless -- nay, how clueless and demagogue-like -- Al Gore is these days.

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