My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (

Monday, August 27, 2007

Why is the North Pacific Cooler???

I'm not saying this disproves global warming..but if the temperatures were a lot warmer.....

Despite fears of global warming, the north Pacific has suddenly turned a lot colder.

But don’t expect it to be a cold winter here.

The ocean cooling in this part of the world isn’t the result of an El Nino, said ocean scientist Howard Freeland, who added he is “baffled” by what’s happening.

He and fellow scientists don’t know what’s caused a huge chunk of the Gulf of Alaska to drop three degrees Centigrade colder than average for this time of year -- a huge change of six degrees Celcius just two years after a lengthy period of warmer than usual waters.

“This is quite striking,” he said. It might just be a natural “transitory event,” said Freeland who warned the sudden cooling should not be used by global warming sceptics who reject scientific evidence that clearly shows the planet is heating up.

Of course, this shouldn't be used by skeptics....nothing should. If it's warmer or colder, it's all evidence of global warming, no?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Earth is so complex it's amazing.

Environmentalists want to play God and think they can achieve result 'B' by taking action 'A' - hilarious! What a bunch of egotistical asinines.

Humans only figured out how to build a flying machine a hundred years ago - and these guys think we're Masters of The Universe - unbelievable.

We can only hope that our species doesn't get wiped out by a meteor, or an Ice Age or whatever - because the odds of us being able to do something about it are still slim.

2:00 AM  
Blogger Brian in Calgary said...

If it's warmer or colder, it's all evidence of global warming, no?

Now, you've got it, Fred.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“One obvious reason for developing this sort of cold-water condition would be development of the La Nina that has been forecast by computer models for the last few months,” he said.

“It is confusing for us trying to figure out how the ocean must evolve,” he said, “but the fact is that when I look at the Equatorial Pacific I see very little evidence of a development La Nina event"

Climate is so freaking complicated that he just can't figure it out ... but the computer models know. Uh huh. Boy, computers are something, aren't they? LOL! The guy should be fired and replaced with a parrot.

9:23 PM  

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