2008 is the Coldest Year of the 21st Century

August 24, 2008 by
Filed under: International News, Science 

I am sure that this does not come as a surprise to anyone living through the current Australian Winter, but this year, 2008,  has been the coldest this century. So reads a fantastic post at slashdot.

But does this reality make the anthropogenic global climate change believers start having some doubts?

Of course not! It appears that they now say that a combination of phenomena – the La Niña effect and “Atlantic Multidecadal Information” will buy us another decade or so of unusually cold temperatures – plenty of time to concoct a new explanation to resolve their past inconsistencies.

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