From the same site, we find this graph, which shows that there is, in fact, more ice covering the Arctic Circle this year than there was last year.
warming, click here. Just yesterday, Texas University researchers added another to the list:
Time Magazine called this "some of the most compelling science to date linking climate change with adverse public-health effects." Unfortunately, Time Magazine has not noted the real life consequences anti-global warming legislation has had, particularly on the world's poor.
In England they've been ahead of the curve in enacting this kind of legislation, and subsequently way ahead in observing some of the disastrous effects of it:
Global Warming Laws Hit the Poor Hardest
(Janet Daley, The Telegraph)
Why do we so rarely hear about these real life ramifications, when we are so frequently inundated with the purely hypothetical projections that are so often disproven by science? And why do we so rarely hear about it when they are disproven?
Global Warming Out, Global Cooling In
(Texas News Analyst)
Global Warming, Hurricane Link Contested By Same Scientist Who Promoted It
(Curtis Krueger, St. Petersburg Times)
Most Egregious Claim of the Week
Congressman: Global Warming Caused Black Hawk Down, Crisis in Darfur, Hurricane Katrina
(Josiah Ryan, CNS News)
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