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Friday, December 5, 2008

2008 coldest year of the decade

But of course, it's no proof that global warming is over according to the Guardian.

This year is set to be the coolest since 2000, according to a preliminary estimate of global average temperature that is due to be released next week by the Met Office. The global average for 2008 should come in close to 14.3C, which is 0.14C below the average temperature for 2001-07.

2 comments:

Giles said...

I enjoyed the comments from the Met office like: "We need to look at the longer term trends if we are to understand climate change" Can you beleive that!? "IF" from the mouths of the Guys who told us "the science is settled" Better still: " One should not take cooling as an indication of an absence of warming" George Orwell couldn't have done better! I'm looking forward to a few more years of this entertainment!

viagra said...

with the problem of global warming I don't know what will happen with our pour planet. Is this a sign of the apocalypse ?