How warm is it now, do you notice the .6 degree that it has warmed (supposedly) in the last 100 yrs?

How warm is it now, do you notice the .6 degree that it has warmed (supposedly) in the last 100 yrs?

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 8:39 PM

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15 degrees here

I'm really sweatin' my ass off.

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 9:16 PM

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Hey...check this out

http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,662092,00.html

A snippet from the article...pretty cool, or maybe really cold who knows...nobody knows, that's the point isn't it?

Global warming appears to have stalled. Climatologists are puzzled as to why average global temperatures have stopped rising over the last 10 years. Some attribute the trend to a lack of sunspots, while others explain it through ocean currents.

At least the weather in Copenhagen is likely to be cooperating. The Danish Meteorological Institute predicts that temperatures in December, when the city will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference, will be one degree above the long-term average.

Otherwise, however, not much is happening with global warming at the moment. The Earth's average temperatures have stopped climbing since the beginning of the millennium, and it even looks as though global warming could come to a standstill this year.

Ironically, climate change appears to have stalled in the run-up to the upcoming world summit in the Danish capital, where thousands of politicians, bureaucrats, scientists, business leaders and environmental activists plan to negotiate a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Billions of euros are at stake in the negotiations.

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 9:28 PM

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Here's another one

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2009/01/11/global-warming-upd...

I love Global Warming...it actually points to the real dangerous people in the world, the actual facists, who blindly follow popular leaders...like, say Adolph Hitler, who by the way was a big environmentalist!

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