Global warming? Or Global Cooling?

Posted: October 28, 2010 in Global Cooling, global warming fraud, global warming hoax
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The global warming activists  keep pointing to weather events as evidence of global warming so to counter this dishonest strategy, here are some recent events to contemplate.  Unlike the aforementioned, I make no claims about the significance of these events.

Maybe I will make this a regular feature here.

Greenland suffers -79F temperature before winter’s start

Oregon has early snow reaching 25 inches

Colorado ski resorts get early start because of pre-winter snow storms

Chinese cotton prices soar due to cold temperatures

Korea hit with unusual cold and early icing

Britain has coldest temperatures in 17 years

Turkey has early snow, expects 4 to 10 degrees below normal this winter

N. American plains struck by blizzard and cold conditions

Germany’s cold weather silences the media’s global warming alarmist reporters

Scotland struck by early snow storms

United Kingdom faces a forecast of very harsh winters

Alaska experiences record cold temperatures

Arizona suffers from early freeze conditions

North Carolina ties record cold temperatures

Orlando, Florida breaks 31-year cold temperature record

Russia is forecasting worst winter in 1,000 years

Canadian cold weather reduces agriculture production

Appalachian mountains early snowfall largest since 1979

Melbourne, Australia has coldest October temperature in 15 years

Coca-Cola sales plunge due to cold weather

  1. Kristina says:

    Oh yes, Mr. Hatem, you MUST make this a regular feature. This list is great.

  2. E=MC2 says:

    Thanks for these links.

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