Tuesday, April 03, 2007

All you need is faith - believe

Jeremiah Magan, managing editor of California’s Fullerton College Hornet, believes seafloor earthquakes are a sign of global warming:

Despite the fact that Fullerton set record high temperatures for the month of March, people still have a hard time believing that global warming is real. The weather patterns are rapidly changing and becoming more extreme all over.

The tsunami in the South Pacific, Hurricane Katrina and the unseasonable heat in late winter and early spring are all signs that the weather is just going to continue changing.

1 comment:

Phil_B said...

It looks like the biggest La Nina for years is cranking up, heralding cooler weather in temperate latitudes. I wonder how the AGW believers will spin this?

Good for the Aussie (so called) drought though.

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sst_anom.gif