Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Mauritius and Polar Bears Safe Now !
Much of the record breaking loss of ice in the Arctic ocean in recent years is down to the region’s swirling winds and is not a direct result of global warming, a new study reveals. About half of the variation in maximum ice loss each September is down to changes in wind patterns, the study says.
Stop the GW hysteria, and open the door to different hypotheses to be studied. Another example of why we need more research–not panic.
The Stratosphere Has Warmed Profoundly This Month. What are the Implications?...This in Depth Meteorology Study has been put up for keen ent...