Saturday, January 12, 2013

Al's Journal : Soggy year for the UK
The climate crisis is changing rainfall patterns around the world, making wet areas wetter, and dry areas drier.  [Hey Al:  How, specifically, do we know that wet areas aren't getting drier, or dry areas aren't getting wetter, or all areas aren't fluctuating in ways statistically indistinguishable from their natural fluctuations over the last 10,000 years?]
Finally, one of Gore’s trained presenters debates a climate skeptic | Watts Up With That?
While I don’t know the details, I suspect the video quality has to do with an apparent long standing policy of Gore’s presenters refusing to allow their presentations to be video taped. My impression is that this appears to be a clandestine recording made by an audience member.
“I am very happy that this debate is now available on the Internet so people can see the for themselves, without having to wade through media filters, who possesses and presents the best evidence in a fair and balanced debate,” said Taylor.
Global Warming Alarmists Pick and Choose Data to Support Theory
The “think globally” people become very parochial when the global warming story isn’t as scary sounding as the local one.

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