Tuesday, May 6th, 2008
Global Warming on Pause

Cute and cuddly

Well it looks as though the Polar Bears might not all die, and Ted turner can let his crack anti-cannibal security team relax for a while. The world will not boil, not this year at least.

According to NOAA Southern hemisphere sea ice (yes I know, no Polar bears there) is at its highest recorded level since the beginning of recordings in 1979. And fun new models are starting to come out to explain why temperature isn’t rising like the alarmists and fund raisers would have you believe.

So hopefully the pause in the destruction of the Earth is permanent right? Not according to a study published in Nature last week. According to that we’re all still headed to mass extinctions, but the Earth is just taking a break.

  1. Global Warming » Global Warming on Pause
    5:54 am on May 7th, 2008 1

    […] My Telegraph wrote an interesting post today on Global Warming on PauseHere’s a quick excerpt[ Cute and cuddly] Well it looks as though the Polar Bears might not all die, and Ted turner can let his crack anti-cannibal security team relax […]

  2. tarelle
    2:00 am on August 11th, 2008 2

    hi

    how can you be sure that they wont die out well at least not this year anyway how can you be sure about that kind of thing.

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