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Friday, June 26, 2009

Global Temperatures In History

Briefly, let's examine this chart.

What should be immediately obvious is that even if it is globally warmer than it has been over the past few years, we're still no where near some of our warmer periods in the last 1-2 thousand years. Over all, we're quite a bit cooler than what might be considered normal (on the graph).

And I sure do NOT recall reading about all ancient people who were driving their SUVs around to cause such warm weather a thousand years ago. Maybe we can blame the Vikings (see the chart).

Now look at this chart...

Do you see a correlation between sunspots and climate temperature? I do.

Do you see Al Gore's radical myth on Global Wartmng in this? I don't.

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