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WASHINGTON – This may come as bad news for Al Gore.
The modest global warming trend has stopped – maybe even reversed itself.
And it's not just the record low temperatures experienced in much of the world this winter.
For at least the last five years, global temperatures have been falling, according to tracking performed by Roy Spencer, the climatologist formerly of NASA.
"Global warming" was going to bring more and more horrific hurricanes, climate change scientists and the politicians who subscribed to their theories said. But since 2005, only one major hurricane has struck North America.
Two more studies – one by the Leibniz Institute of Marine Science and the Max Planck Institute of Meteorology in Germany and another by the University of – predict a slowing, or even a reversal of warming, for at least the next 10 to 20 years.
The Arctic sea ice has grown more on a percentage basis this winter than it has since 1979.
"The most recent global warming that began in 1977 is over, and the Earth has entered a new phase of global cooling," says Don Easterbrook, professor of geology at Western Washington University in Bellingham, confidently. He maintains a switch in Pacific Ocean currents "assures about three decades of global cooling. New solar data showing unusual absence of sun spots and changes in the sun’s magnetic field suggest ... the present episode of global cooling may be more severe than the cooling of 1945 to 1977."
Climatologist Joe D’Aleo of the International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project, says new data "show that in five of the last seven decades since World War II, including this one, global temperatures have cooled while carbon dioxide has continued to rise."
"The data suggest cooling not warming in Earth's future," he says.
This story came from World net daily.
Sunday, March 22, 2009
In the infinite wisdom of our new administration the United States Treasury decided to borrow 1 Trillion dollars from ourselves to pay our debts. The first question on most peoples mind is how can we borrow money from ourselves? easy we just print it!!!! So while everyone was distracted by the AIG debacle our treasury was printing tons of money... One of the biggest questions people ask is what does it matter if we just print money? Well here is the best analogy I can come with.... Let's say you are stuck on an Island with just a few people and lets say you are the only one who grows corn.... Since you are the only one who grows corn your product is worth a lot right... Ok lets say that everyone on that same island decides to grow corn now there is and influx of corn on the island and your corn is worth a lot less... The same way with money if there is more floating around the money already in circulation is worth less cause there is so much more to be had. This has happend before in 1923 in Weimar, Germany when the Germans decided to print more money to pay debts and it caused Hyperinflation, which means that the German Currency lost its value. So you would see people with barrels of money just to buy a loaf of bread. Also watch the stock market when the U.S. Treasury printed all that money the price of gold went up 50 dollars, because the investors know that the value of the U.S. dollar will go down because of the influx of new printed money... President Obama better start trying something else because his popularity is falling fast.......