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By Andrew Bolt Friday, March 09, 2007 at 04:42pm
The US National Climatic Data Center has chilling news: The average temperature in February 2007 was 32.9 F. This was -1.8 F cooler than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 34th coolest February in 113 years. Most predictions of global cooling say it won’t happen for a decade or two yet. But who knows?
The Bolt-strokers go "Ooohh!".
Carbonsink goes "Ahhh...".
Posted by carbonsink on Fri 09 Mar 07 at 06:41pm
Have a look at this graph from the U.S. National Climatic Data Center and see if you can discern a trend?
Notice anything? Yeah, global cooling is just around the corner.
And Andrew, seeing as you’re fair and balanced, how about posting the above graph in your next missive?
And so it goes.
So who do you put your money on? And will Bolt post graph?
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