Here’s an interesting story from an unlikely source: the New York Times. The lead paragraph of the story entitled, “Scientists Say Slower Atlantic Currents Could Mean a Colder Europe” says it all:
“Scientists say they have measured a significant slowing in the Atlantic currents that carry warm water toward Northern Europe. If the trend persists, they say, the weather there could cool considerably in coming decades.”
Kinda bad timing for all the global warming folks shivering up in Montreal (where it’s 0 degrees Celsius this week, and snowing) for this study to hit the New York Times. The story of course goes on to try to square the circle, to reckon a cooler Europe with a warmer globe. They can dither over all this while they dither over missing their Kyoto targets.
See, that’s the problem with theories. Somebody’s always coming up with stuff that contradicts them. Don’t you just hate that….?
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