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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Global cooling

These guys have a better track record than all those high-priced computer models:

The Old Farmer's Almanac is going further out on a limb than usual this year, not only forecasting a cooler winter, but looking ahead decades to suggest we are in for global cooling, not warming.

Based on the same time-honored, complex calculations it uses to predict weather, the Almanac hits the newsstands on Tuesday saying a study of solar activity and corresponding records on ocean temperatures and climate point to a cooler, not warmer, climate, for perhaps the next half century.


Suzanne said...

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I hope that's okay with you.

A Dog Named Kyoto said...

What? You mean somebody actually reads this blog?

Of course it's OK with me. Thanks.

A Dog Named Kyoto.

Louise said...

I read your blog, kyoto. Don't stop.

John Nicklin said...

You're on my daily reading list as well, and linked from my blog.

The Farmer's Almanac story is great news. Not that I don't appreciate warmer weather, but maybe someday soon, the wing-nuts will stop harping about GW. Now we have to get them off climate change as a daily prayer cycle.