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450 Peer-Reviewed Papers Supporting Skepticism of "Man-Made" Global Warming

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posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 03:45 AM
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Some people have claimed "there are no peer reviewed research papers that disagree with Anthropogenic Global Warming, among their other.......false comments. But here is again part of the proof that shows the claims of these people is nothing more than hogwash.


The following papers support skepticism of "man-made" global warming or the environmental or economic effects of. Comments, Corrections, Erratum, Replies, Responses and Submitted papers are not included in the peer-reviewed paper count. There are many more listings than just the 450 papers. The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific position to any of the authors. This list will be updated and corrected as necessary.

www.populartechnology.net...

The list is long, so take your time and TRY to keep claiming that "there are no scientists, and no research that disagrees with AGW...."




posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 06:50 PM
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Humm...not one comment from the AGW fans who always exagerate, and even regurgitate the lies used by those with the AGW agenda?....

I wonder where all their claims went?... Claims like "there are no scientists that disagree with aGW', or "all scientists agree and the debate is over" or "there is no peer reviewed research data that refutes AGW..."



posted on Nov, 29 2009 @ 06:32 AM
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450 Peer-Reviewed Papers Supporting Skepticism of "Man-Made" Global Warming
Look at this claim.


Some people have claimed "there are no peer reviewed research papers that disagree with Anthropogenic Global Warming, among their other.......false comments. But here is again part of the proof that shows the claims of these people is nothing more than hogwash.
Yes some people have claimed that. Some ignore the thousands of peer review papers that support AGW and claim they are a HOAX, a NWO agenda etc. etc.. Its a bit tit for tat is it not.


The following papers support skepticism of "man-made" global warming or the environmental or economic effects of.
So we have 450 peer review papers that support skepticism and that Includes skepticism of the "effects to the environment and economics". I wonder how many of them are attacking Economic effects? What does that have to do with AGW. I guess they need to bump the numbers.
I wonder how many are just question the effect on the environment and not AGW itself?
I guess they need to bump the numbers there too.

The Comments, Corrections, Erratum, Replies, Responses and Submitted papers are not included in the peer-reviewed paper count. There are many more listings than just the 450 papers. The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific position to any of the authors.

Excuse me? What was that last bit?

The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific position to any of the authors.


Really because the blog this came from says this:

450 Peer-Reviewed Papers Supporting Skepticism of "Man-Made" Global Warming


I guess you need to have a caveat when you need to bump the numbers.


Lets look at how you have been fooled EU. Again.

On the page you link is the list.
www.populartechnology.net...
I clicked on this one.


Climate Change - A Natural Hazard
(Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 215-232, May 2003)
- William Kininmonth
See how it refers to a publication, that I put in Bold.
It links to this page.
www.ingentaconnect.com...

This is where they detail the paper in the publication.
IngentaConnect is the server that states on its home page www.ingentaconnect.com... that it is the Home of Scholarly research.

So on the face of it it looks like this. Your web page links to a scholarly database a Publication called Energy and Environment and in that publication William Kininmonth has an article Titled "Climate Change- A Natural Hazard".
It all looks pretty sweet.

But that is what they want you to think EU, and you do.

"Climate Change- A Natural Hazard" is the prelude to a book. It was reviewed by this Publication, www.multi-science.co.uk...

A major aim of Energy and Environment is to act as a forum for constructive and professional debate between scientists and technologists, social scientists and economists from academia, government and the energy industries on energy and environment issues in both a national and international context. It is also the aim to include the informed and environmentally concerned public and their organisations in the debate. Particular attention is given to ways of resolving conflict in the energy and environment field.

If you look at their current board, there are no CLIMATE SCIENTISTS OR SPECIALISTS related to the field.

Editors
Dr Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Department of Geography, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Dr Benny Peiser,
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
Book review editor
Debra Johnson The Business School, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Editorial advisory board
Professor B W Ang
Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, National University of Singapore
Dr Maarten Arentsen
University of Twente, Netherlands
Professor David Ball
Middlesex University, UK
Max Beran
Department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, UK
David Cope
Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology, London
Richard S Courtney
RSC Environmental Services, Cornwall, UK, formerly Senior Materials Scientist, UK Coal Research
Dr Wolfgang Eichhammer
Fraunhofer Institute (ISI), Karlsruhe, Germany
Dr Horace Herring
The Open University, UK
Professor Hilary I Inyang
Global Institute for Energy and Environmental Systems (GIEES), The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Professor Aynsley Kellow
School of Government, University of Tasmania, Australia
Professor Bjorn Lomborg
Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Danish Institute for Environmental Assessment, Denmark


It is not a peer reviewed paper even though it association with Environment and Energy makes it appear that way. It is a book. The Author has never published any peer reviewed material on Climate Change. Ever.
William Kinnimonth

It is the Publication that you and this website claim is one of the 450 peer reviewed papers.
You guys really need the numbers I guess.

Here is another one from the same group.

Climate Change: Dangers of a Singular Approach and Consideration of a Sensible Strategy
(Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Numbers 1-2 , pp. 201-205, January 2009)
- Tim F. Ball

Tim Ball.

And another.


Climate outlook to 2030 (PDF)
(Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Number 5, pp. 615-619, September 2007)
- David C. Archibald

You probably will like like Archibald, he blames the Sun.
But I have also seen presentations that the has spun using flawed data based on MSU channel 2 data to the International conference on Climate change.
www.warwickhughes.com...

I have read too, in those papers many errors One common claim and argument that Archibald sited is that the Earth has not warmed since 1998. Which in a way is correct, as 1998 was unusually hot, but the 30 year trend shows it is. So he cherry picks his point to dismiss a long term trend. Typical.
He distorts sea ice data.
He shows no scale in solar isolation when linking it to temperature and is only using data for the USA.

He links the Dalton Minimum to a 2 degree decline in Europe but forgets to mention Two volcanic eruptions that wiped out an entire Summer, the Tambora eruption that is recorded in the Ice core Data as a sulphate spike.

Anyway the list is long.
OMG. I forgot to add the classic AGW ad hominem attack.

David Archibald
David Archibald is a Perth, Australia-based scientist operating in the fields of cancer research, oil exploration and climate science. After graduating in science at Queensland University in 1979, Mr Archibald worked in oil exploration in Sydney and then joined the financial industry as a stock analyst. Mr Archibald has been CEO of multiple oil and mineral exploration companies operating in Australia. He has published a number of papers on the solar influence on climate, and is a director of the Lavoisier Society, a group of Australians promoting rational science in public policy.

And just incase you think it is from a biased source.
Here is where it comes from:Australian Climate Science Coalition.

Guess who else is on it, Australian Climate Science Coalition.EU.
You will love this.

Mr William Kin inmonth
B.Sc (UWA), M.Sc(Colo State U), M.Admin (Monash U)

Principal Consultant, Australasian Climate Research
William Kininmonth is a consulting climatologist who worked with the Australian Bureau of Meteorology for 38 years in weather forecaster, research and applied studies. For 12 years until 1998 he was head of its National Climate Centre. Between 1998 and 2002, he consulted to the World Meteorological Organization, including coordinating an international review of the 1997-98 El Niño event and preparation of a WMO publication, Climate into the 21st Century (Cambridge).

William Kininmonth is author of the book, Climate Change: A Natural Hazard (Multi-Science Publishing Co, UK – 2004).
Remember this guy from earlier. Can you see a pattern Forming EU?

See the Multi Science Publishers there.
The also print the Journal that got Williams book listed.
CAN YOU SAY CONSPIRACY EU.

You have been sold it.
The Lies.
The deception.
The real hoax.
And you believe it.

I could keep going but what would be the point. 3 down and a trend showing.


That is true skepticism EU.
Check 'em all bro.
This is where you get your religion from.



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 04:29 AM
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Originally posted by atlasastro
Yes some people have claimed that. Some ignore the thousands of peer review papers that support AGW and claim they are a HOAX, a NWO agenda etc. etc.. Its a bit tit for tat is it not.


Most if not all the AGW alarmists have claimed this, and btw these are just SOMe of the peer reviewed research that is out there that shows the truth. Some other members and myself have posted dozens, upon dozens of research, and the statements from many scientists who disagree with the AGW claims.


Originally posted by atlasastro
So we have 450 peer review papers that support skepticism and that Includes skepticism of the "effects to the environment and economics". I wonder how many of them are attacking Economic effects? What does that have to do with AGW. I guess they need to bump the numbers.


Bullocks, first of all most of the papers are about temperature readings and other papers about CLIMATE CHANGE.

Second of all the only people posting in favor of the AGW claims are those in "realclimate.org", the colleages of Mann which aren't in the thousands and the fact which has been discussed and shown in ehre many times that msot of the 2,500 "so called scientists" in the IPCC were just policymakers passing as scientists.

There were only maybe at the most 50-60 real scientists in overall, the rest were representatives of countries who were pushing for AGW.



Originally posted by atlasastro
I wonder how many are just question the effect on the environment and not AGW itself?


And I wonder how many more excuses people like you are going to try to keep coming up with....


Originally posted by atlasastro
I guess they need to bump the numbers there too.


Ah you mean the rest of the 2,500 IPCC scientists who were no scientists at all but the AGW alarmists had to bump up the numbers?....


Originally posted by atlasastro
Excuse me? What was that last bit?


Because not everyone agrees on every specific point, that's why, which is something the AGW do not like to admit....



Originally posted by atlasastro
Lets look at how you have been fooled EU. Again.
You guys really need the numbers I guess.


naa, we know by now that people like you like to claim everyone who doesn't agree with your point of view is as kook, yadi, yadi, yada, but in reality it is all because of your own insecurities.


Originally posted by atlasastro
Here is another one from the same group.

Climate Change: Dangers of a Singular Approach and Consideration of a Sensible Strategy
(Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Numbers 1-2 , pp. 201-205, January 2009)
- Tim F. Ball

Tim Ball.


First of all that link doesn't even work, second of all please don't tell us ALL you have are CLAIMS that the scientists who disagree with the AGW alarmists are "all kooks, paid disinformation specialists, ad nauseum....


Oh wow, so everything that says "energy and environment ACCORDING to atlasastro is not to be believed, how about you show PROOF that what is being discussed is not true?... or is that too much to ask?.....

And tell us this Atlasastro are you going to be believing the lies from Mann, Phil Jones and the rest of the AGW alarmists who were just caught making comments to make criminal activities so they won't have to release the raw data?...

What's that?... Oh yeah right, you are going to start making excuses the hacked emails "are nothing"


BTW, the only people following a religion are those like you.


Just the fact that in the Tooposphere WATER VAPOR makes up for 95% to 98% of the greenhouse effect should point out the obvious, and btw yes the Sun is more important as a source of radiation, and heat than CO2 ever will....


One more thing how about you show us ONE REAL peer reviewed paper with the raw data, and the program that was used to determine the greenhouse percentage of CO2 CLAIMED by the AGW alarmists.



[edit on 1-12-2009 by ElectricUniverse]



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 04:50 AM
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BTW atlasastro...


Dr. Eduardo Zorita, a UN IPCC Contributing Author of Fourth Assessment Report in 2007 and since 2003, has headed the Department of Paleoclimate and has been a senior scientist at the Institute for Coastal Research of the GKSS Research Centre in Germany, believes the CRU scientists should be barred from further IPCC work.

Marc Morano writing at Climate Depot:

A UN scientist is declaring that his three fellow UN climate panel colleagues "should be barred from the IPCC process." In a November 26, 2009 message on his website, UN IPCC contributing author Dr. Eduardo Zorita writes: "CRU files: Why I think that Michael Mann, Phil Jones and Stefan Rahmstorf should be barred from the IPCC process."
Zorita writes that the short answer to that question is: Short answer: "Because the scientific assessments in which they may take part are not credible anymore."


Zorita indicates that he is aware that he is putting his career in jeopardy by going after the upper echelon of UN IPCC scientists. "By writing these lines I will just probably achieve that a few of my future studies will, again, not see the light of publication," Zorita candidly admits, a reference to the ClimateGate emails discussing how to suppress data and scientific studies that do not agree with the UN IPCC views.

[...]

Zorita's stunning candor continued, noting that scientists who disagreed with the UN IPCC climate view were "bullied and subtly blackmailed."
"In this atmosphere, Ph D students are often tempted to tweak their data so as to fit the 'politically correct picture'. Some, or many issues, about climate change are still not well known. Policy makers should be aware of the attempts to hide these uncertainties under a unified picture. I had the 'pleasure' to experience all this in my area of research," Zorita explained.

No doubt a public lynching of Zorita is to come. And why this is so is the reason climate change is a religion and not a science.

Zorita's full statement is here.

www.americanthinker.com...

But of course, you and yours will continue trying to vindicate Phil Jones, Mann, and the rest of the gang of the AGW HOAXERS/SCAMMERS....



posted on Nov, 6 2010 @ 10:57 PM
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Just dropped in to have a look at your bogus list again.
Have a look at this one.
www.populartechnology.net...
Number 26 on the list.
www.int-res.com...

It was done in 1998, the hottest year to date( at sloar maximum in El nino ) that claims we should not see any warming trends or "record maximiums".

We found no evidence for an increase in record temperatures. The fact that intra-annual and intra-monthly variance is declining suggests that we should see fewer record temperatures

Anyway.
Have a look at the records set this year.
Chad 47.6 °C (117.7 °F) Faya 2010-06-22

Sudan 49.6 °C (121.3 °F) Dongola 2010-06-25

Iraq 52.0 °C (125.7 °F) Basra 2010-06-14

Kuwait 52.6 °C (126.7 °F) Abdaly 2010-06-15

Myanmar 47.0 °C (116.6 °F) Myinmu 2010-05-12

Pakistan 53.5 °C (128.3 °F) Mohenjo-daro, Sindh 2010-05-26

Qatar 50.4 °C (122.7 °F) Doha 2010-07-14

Saudi Arabia 52.0 °C (125.6 °F) Jeddah 2010-06-22

Europe.
Belarus 38.9 °C(102 °F) Gomel 2010-08-07[3]

Cyprus 46.6 °C (115.9 °F) Lefkoniko, Cyprus 2010-08-0

Finland 37.2 °C (99.0 °F) Liperi 2010-07-29

Russia 44.0 °C (111.2 °F) Yashkul, Kalmykia 2010-07-11

Ukraine 42.0 °C (107.6 °F) Luhansk 2010-08-12
www.wunderground.com...

That is 13 new highest temperature records in One year. Solar minimum.


Geez, that list of yours is looking good.
No really. I mean it.

edit on 6/11/10 by atlasastro because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 6 2010 @ 11:12 PM
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Cherry pick much do we?



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 04:13 AM
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reply to post by ElectricUniverse
 


Sorry complete junk...

the website Popular Technology.net makes the claim...


"Impartial Analysis of Popular Trends and Technology" Copyright © 2004-2010 Popular Technology




Nice try... the website is set up for no other reason than to forward the climate change sceptics agenda. Almost everything on the website is about climate change denial, including the many climate change denial book that are advertised on it. Why are there no other advertisements i wonder?!?!


The only time this website veered from climate change denial was for...

"The Anti Nationalized Health Care Resource"

And...

"The Anti Marijuana Resource"


Very impartial... NOT

The amount of junk websites people use as "proof" for climate change denial is astounding.

As for the "peer reviewed research"

You can’t find any of the research references, or any other information of value, without first subscribing to this little Tea party of a website.

No thanks... Don’t fancy my email inbox being flooded with right wing propaganda and links to fox news.

I'm actually surprised that the right wingers haven’t embraced the climate change argument rather than try to disprove it... They could have then blamed it on a Muslim plot to destroy the west



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 09:33 AM
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First of all the list has greatly expanded,

800 Peer-Reviewed Papers Supporting Skepticism of "Man-Made" Global Warming (AGW) Alarm


Originally posted by atlasastro


The following papers support skepticism of "man-made" global warming or the environmental or economic effects of.
So we have 450 peer review papers that support skepticism and that Includes skepticism of the "effects to the environment and economics". I wonder how many of them are attacking Economic effects? What does that have to do with AGW. I guess they need to bump the numbers.
I wonder how many are just question the effect on the environment and not AGW itself?
I guess they need to bump the numbers there too.

The title of the page and the explanation has been qualified,

"The following papers support skepticism of AGW or the negative environmental or economic effects of AGW."

There are roughly 100 papers in the socio-economic sections and I haven't counted how many question the environmental effects but a rough look is around the same number. The point is all the papers support skepticism of AGW Alarm.



The Comments, Corrections, Erratum, Replies, Responses and Submitted papers are not included in the peer-reviewed paper count. There are many more listings than just the 450 papers. The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific position to any of the authors.

Excuse me? What was that last bit?

The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific position to any of the authors.

That is correct and this is further qualified now,

"Disclaimer: The inclusion of a paper in this list does not imply a specific personal position to any of the authors. The reason for this is a small minority of authors on the list would not wish to be labeled skeptical yet their paper(s) or results from their paper(s) support skeptic's arguments against AGW alarm."


I clicked on this one.


Climate Change - A Natural Hazard
(Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 215-232, May 2003)
- William Kininmonth
See how it refers to a publication, that I put in Bold.
It links to this page.
www.ingentaconnect.com...

This is where they detail the paper in the publication.
IngentaConnect is the server that states on its home page www.ingentaconnect.com... that it is the Home of Scholarly research.

IngentaConnect is a website that indexes and provides electronic copies of scholarly works. There are many competing companies that provide these services. These links have since been updated and directed in the case of E&E to their own publishing company, Multi-Science.


So on the face of it it looks like this. Your web page links to a scholarly database a Publication called Energy and Environment and in that publication William Kininmonth has an article Titled "Climate Change- A Natural Hazard".
It all looks pretty sweet.

"Climate Change- A Natural Hazard" is the prelude to a book. It was reviewed by this Publication, www.multi-science.co.uk...

No it is not a prelude to a book. A book by the same author and using the name of this paper was published but it is a separate work.


If you look at their current board, there are no CLIMATE SCIENTISTS OR SPECIALISTS related to the field.

Editors
Dr Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Department of Geography, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Dr Benny Peiser,
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
Book review editor
Debra Johnson The Business School, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Editorial advisory board
Professor B W Ang
Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, National University of Singapore
Dr Maarten Arentsen
University of Twente, Netherlands
Professor David Ball
Middlesex University, UK
Max Beran
Department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, UK
David Cope
Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology, London
Richard S Courtney
RSC Environmental Services, Cornwall, UK, formerly Senior Materials Scientist, UK Coal Research
Dr Wolfgang Eichhammer
Fraunhofer Institute (ISI), Karlsruhe, Germany
Dr Horace Herring
The Open University, UK
Professor Hilary I Inyang
Global Institute for Energy and Environmental Systems (GIEES), The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Professor Aynsley Kellow
School of Government, University of Tasmania, Australia
Professor Bjorn Lomborg
Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Danish Institute for Environmental Assessment, Denmark

Irrelevant as the editorial board does not review papers. You have only demonstrated that you do not understand how the peer-reviewed process works. Reviewers with appropriate credentials are merely selected by the editors.


It is not a peer reviewed paper even though it association with Environment and Energy makes it appear that way. It is a book.

Actually it is, the 11-page paper is not a prelude to or the 310-page book.


The Author has never published any peer reviewed material on Climate Change.

Actually he has.



Climate outlook to 2030 (PDF)
(Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Number 5, pp. 615-619, September 2007)
- David C. Archibald

You probably will like like Archibald, he blames the Sun.

Can you provide a published rebuttal to his or Dr. Ball's papers?


You have been sold it.
The Lies.
The deception.
The real hoax.
And you believe it.

I could keep going but what would be the point. 3 down and a trend showing.


That is true skepticism EU.
Check 'em all bro.
This is where you get your religion from.

You have failed to do anything you claimed and simply stated misinformation.



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by atlasastro

Have a look at the records set this year.

Lets look,

2010 - Britain facing one of the coldest winters in 100 years, experts predict (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 2, 2010)
2010 - Record cold weather roundup hundreds of new cold and snow records set in the last week (Watts Up With That?, January 2, 2010)
2010 - Coldest night since 1995 recorded (BBC, January 4, 2010)
2010 - East Anglia is in the grip of the coldest winter for 18 years (East Anglian Daily Times, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Fans endure coldest home game (The Charlotte Observer, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Florida feels coldest temperatures in 9 years (Miami Herald, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Miami shivers from coldest weather in decade (AFP, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfall in U.S. northeast (CBC News, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Seoul hit by heaviest snowfall on record (The Hankyoreh, South Korea, January 4, 2010)
2010 - U.S. December weather coldest since 2000 (Reuters, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Vermont city gets record snowfall, 32.5 inches (Boston Herald, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Vermonters embrace record snowfall (CNN, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Winter is coldest since 2003 (Helsingin Sanomat, Finland, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Arctic Blast Leaves Record Snowfall, Crop Worries In Wake (AHN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Arctic winds chill the South, threaten crops; blanket East in snow (The Canadian Press, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Austin to see coldest temperatures in nearly 15 years (Austin American-Statesman, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold, deadly weather grips most of U.S. (UPI, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Blamed for 4 TN Deaths (MyFox Memphis, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold weather: winter is chilliest 'in many people's memory (The Christian Science Monitor, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest Orange Bowl on Record in Miami (Fox News, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest spell in 30 years (Irish Independent, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest U.S. Winter in 25 Years Predicted (International Business Times, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Florida cold snap threatens iguanas (UPI, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Hundreds Of Manatees Seek Warmer Water Amid Record Cold Snap (AHN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Iowa, Georgia Tech play in record cold (ESPN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Much of U.S. Faces Record Cold Winter (CBN News, January 5, 2010)
2010 - North India Reels Under Cold Wave, 154 Dead (Outlook India, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Pensioners burn books for warmth (Metro, UK, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Record cold in West Palm Beach (The Palm Beach Post, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Shelters prep for influx as South Florida cold continues (Miami Herald, January 5, 2010)
2010 - UK faces coldest winter in 30 years of forecasts (The Guardian, UK, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Army to the rescue as record snowfall hits (Get Hampshire, January 6, 2010)
2010 - China cold front moves south; record low in Beijing (The Earth Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Snap Grips South, Record Snow in East (Fox News, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Stress Contributes To Record Number Manatee Deaths (WESH-TV Florida, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Causes Chaos across Europe, 122 Dead in Poland (Sofia News Agency, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Global cooling (The Irish Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Heavy snow slams Britain as European cold snap lingers, record temps registered in Scandinavia (The Canadian Press, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Florida Fights Fruit Freeze As Record Cold Descends (NPR, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Manatee deaths hit record numbers (Miami Herald, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Manatees huddle for warmth (WPTV Florida, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Over 1200 new cold and snow records set in the last week in the USA, more in progress (Watts Up With That?, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Polk Sees Another Night of Record Cold (The Ledger, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Record-breaking cold brings scattered damage to crops (St. Petersburg Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Record-breaking cold in Daytona Beach this morning, not over yet (Daytona Beach News-Journal, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Arctic Blast Providing Record Snowfall, Massive Disruptions In U.S. and Abroad (AHN, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Big Freeze Brings New Record Low Temperatures (The Chosun Ilbo, Korea, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Houston braces for coldest night since 1996 (The Houston Chronicle, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Midwest, South face bitter cold weather (USA Today, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Vermillion sees record snowfall (The Volante, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Weather-related death toll rises to 22 as Britain braces for coldest night yet (The Times, UK, January 7, 2010)
2010 - All of Britain covered by snow (Watts Up With That?, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Blizzard sweeps Southern Finland (Xinhua, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Germany braces for blizzard as Europe shivers (AFP, January 8, 2010)
2010 - National cold snap brutal; wind chills hitting 52 below (The Denver Post, January 8, 2010)
2010 - The Chilling Effect of Global Warming (The New American, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Think Antarctica Is Cold? Try America (Fox News, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Scots village coldest place as Antarctica comes to UK (The Press and Journal, UK, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Coldest weather since '96 (The Galveston County Daily News, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Florida's cold snap disaster for tropical wildlife (AFP, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Meteorologist predicts global cooling (WorldNetDaily, January 9, 2010)
2010 - The Deep Freeze of 2010 (CBS News, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Year off to coldest start since 1940 (The Huntsville Times, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Nine dead in Mexico from frigid weather (The Earth Times, January 10, 2010)
2010 - The mini ice age starts here (Daily Mail, UK, January 10, 2010)
2010 - 30 Years of Global Cooling Are Coming, Leading Scientist Says (Fox News, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave leaves 288 dead, north India faces intense chill (The Economic Times, India, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Blamed for Sea Turtle Deaths (KRGV-TV, Texas, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Florida utilities brace for record cold (UPI, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Frosty Florida sets record low temperatures (USA Today, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Record Cold in Miami as South Turns Icebox (Fox News, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfall hits north Germany (The Irish Times, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold brings 'absolute decimation' of fish (St. Petersburg Times, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold Records in Cuba, Bahamas, Central America (AccuWeather, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold water killing turtles, marine life (Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold weather to blame for dead birds (WALA-TV Alabama, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Could we be in for 30 years of global COOLING? (Daily Mail, UK, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Frozen iguanas (PhillyBurbs, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Miami's First Cold Weather Death Confirmed (NBC Miami, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Putin worries about 'global cooling' (UPI, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Thousands of snook die in cold Southwest Florida waters (The News-Press, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Vermont's January Already the Snowiest on Record (Skipressworld, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold snap kills thousands of crabs (The Independent, UK, January 13, 2010)
2010 - Death toll tops 300 as cold wave intensifies in India (The Earth Times, January 13, 2010)
2010 - Record cold temperatures recorded in Belize (The Guardian, Belize, January 14, 2010)
2010 - Too much snow forces resort to close (The Times, UK, January 16, 2010)
20 10 - Cold weather kills 26 patients at Cuban mental hospital (The Washington Examiner, January 15, 2010)
2010 - Flurries hit southeast Australia as towns record their first-ever summer snowfalls (The Canadian Press, January 18, 2010)
2010 - The South Florida cold snap kills 'millions' of fish (KeysNet, January 20, 2010)
2010 - A Record 5,000 Sea Turtles Cold-Stunned in Florida (OnEarth Magazine, January 21, 2010)
2010 - Cold killed record number of sea turtles (Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 21, 2010)
2010 - UK Under Snow as Seen from Space (University of Leicester, January 21, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave continues in northern India, 535 dead (Press Trust of India, January 24, 2010)
2010 - Death Toll Rises to 20 in Mexico Cold Wave (Latin American Herald Tribune, January 24, 2010)
2010 - At least three die as Siberian cold grips Bulgaria and Romania (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Bulgaria Sees Record Cold Temperatures (Sofia News Agency, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Cold snap kills 40 in eastern Europe (AFP, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Manatee death toll from cold tops 100 (Daytona Beach News-Journal, January 26, 2010)
2010 - 14 homeless Germans die from cold (Dawn, January 27, 2010)
2010 - Coral in Florida Keys suffers lethal hit from cold (Miami Herald, January 27, 2010)
2010 - Cold kills over 300 people in Ukraine (Kyiv Post, Ukraine, January 28, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfalls in northeast Germany (Radio Netherlands Worldwide, February 3, 2010)
2010 - U.S. Experiences Record Cold Winter (CBN News, February 1, 2010)
2010 - 49 states dusted with snow; Hawaii's the holdout (USA Today, February 11, 2010)
2010 - Washington sees record snowfall since 1899 (The Hindu, February 11, 2010)
2010 - 49 states with snow, 1180 new snowfall records set in the USA this past week (Watts Up With That?, February 13, 2010)
2010 - Northern Hemisphere Snow Extent Second Highest on Record (Watts Up With That?, February 17, 2010)
2010 - Moscow Covered by More Than Half Meter of Snow, Most Since 1966 (Business Week, February 21, 2010)
2010 - Record cold leads to record number of manatee deaths (Sport Fishing, March 23, 2010)
2010 - Record snow brings travel chaos in China, S.Korea (Bangkok Post, April 1, 2010)
2010 - Thousands of lambs and ewes die over the cold winter (BBC, April 19, 2010)
2010 - Deep freeze in China as S. Korea cleans up after record snow (Bangkok Post, May 1, 2010)
2010 - Stork chicks die in cold snap (The Straits Times, May 18, 2010)
2010 - 500 penguins die from cold (The Straits Times, June 16, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperature in Charlotte (The Charlotte Observer, July 3, 2010)
2010 - Melbourne still suffering through record cold snap (Herald Sun, Australia, July 3, 2010)
2010 - Parts of WA freeze through record cold (Farm Weekly, July 5, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures in San Diego County (The San Diego Union-Tribune, July 6, 2010)
2010 - Los Angeles enjoying record LOW temperatures (The Daily Caller, July 10, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave in Argentina forces shutdowns in gas powered industries (MercoPress, July 16, 2010)
2010 - Intense cold weather in Chile anticipates higher prices for fruits and vegetables (MercoPress, July 17, 2010)
2010 - Antarctic cold snap kills nine in Argentina (BBC, July 18, 2010)
2010 - Argentine Industries Face Gas Shortages as Cold Spurs Demand (Bloomberg Businessweek, July 19, 2010)
2010 - Deadly cold snap hits Argentina, Uruguay, Chile (The Christian Science Monitor, July 20, 2010)
2010 - Southern Cone frozen: 100 dead and thousands of cattle lost (MercoPress, July 22, 2010)
2010 - 175 people killed in South America cold spell (The Hindu, July 22, 2010)
2010 - Peruvians shiver through record cold winter (Earth Times, July 22, 2010)
2010 - Extreme cold kills hundreds of cattle; thousands at risk in Paraguay and Chile (MercoPress, July 23, 2010)
2010 - Peru declares emergency over cold weather (BBC, July 24, 2010)
2010 - Children suffer in Peru's big freeze (BBC, July 27, 2010)
2010 - July average maxima in San Francisco coolest since 1971 (Watts Up With That?, August 2, 2010)
2010 - Argentina Colder Than Antarctica Raises Power Imports (Bloomberg, August 3, 2010)
2010 - Santiago suffering the coldest July since 1908: 2 degrees below monthly average (MercoPress, August 3, 2010)
2010 - Snow in Brazil, below zero Celsius in the River Plate and tropical fish frozen (MercoPress, August 5, 2010)
2010 - Record snow fall for Mount Hotham (ABC News, Australia, August 24, 2010)
2010 - San Diego's second day of record low temperatures (The San Diego Union-Tribune, August 29, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures recorded in Long Beach, Santa Barbara (Los Angeles Times, August 30, 2010)
2010 - Record cold, wet month in central Australia (North Queensland Register, Australia, September 17, 2010)
2010 - Southern Transport loses sheds, roofs collapse under weight of snow (The Southland Times, New Zealand, September 20, 2010)
2010 - Paper: Global Cooling began in 2003 (Prison Planet, September 22, 2010)
2010 - Global Cooling and the New World Order (The Daily Telegraph, UK, September 26, 2010)
2010 - Record Cold in Alaska (WOOD-TV, September 29, 2010)
2010 - Coldest winter in 1,000 years on its way (RT, October 4, 2010)
2010 - Monday's low temperature breaks Oklahoma City 119-year-old record low for Oct. 4 (NewsOK, October 5, 2010)
2010 - New record low temperature set in Orlando breaks 31-year mark (Central Florida News 13, October 07, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperature set in Orlando for second straight day (Central Florida News 13, October 08, 2010)
2010 - Nor'easter drops record snow on Mount Mansfield (The Burlington Free Press, October 16, 2010)
2010 - Snow falls in Yorkshire - In October! (The Daily Telegraph, UK, October 20, 2010)
2010 - Cold spell breaks 8-year record (The Korea Herald, October 26, 2010)
2010 - Icy blast breaks October cold record with -6.6C (Metro, UK, October 26, 2010)
2010 - Bismarck gets record snowfall from October storm (The Bismark Tribune, October 27, 2010)
2010 - North-west Qld experiences record low temperatures (ABC News, Australia, November 4, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures across eastern Australia (Stock and Land, Australia, November 5, 2010)



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 09:45 AM
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Originally posted by Muckster

Nice try... the website is set up for no other reason than to forward the climate change sceptics agenda.

Really it was set up for this? News to me and I am the editor.


The only time this website veered from climate change denial was for...

"The Anti Nationalized Health Care Resource"

And...

"The Anti Marijuana Resource"

Very impartial... NOT

The only time? Did you miss the categories,

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As for the "peer reviewed research"

You can’t find any of the research references, or any other information of value, without first subscribing to this little Tea party of a website.

No thanks... Don’t fancy my email inbox being flooded with right wing propaganda and links to fox news.

What? All the papers are fully cited and links provide to where you can obtain a copy of the paper and in many instances a link to a full copy of a paper is provided. No subscription is required on Popular Technology.net. It is a free website.

You seem confused BTW between "right-wing" and libertarians. I suggest an education in political science.



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 10:08 AM
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I wouldn't recommend an education in political science to anyone. I have my BA in Political Science - I'm broke and unemployed.

Become a climate scientist. I hear they make good money.



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Really it was set up for this? News to me and I am the editor.


Well your unbiased then


2010 warmest first half of year on record

Global warming pushes 2010 temperatures to record highs

2010-has-been-hottest-year-on-record-noaa

2010 could be warmest year on record

2010 on track to be hottest year

El Niño could make 2010 the hottest year ever

Another broken campaign promise: 2010 hottest year on record

Last month was the hottest June recorded worldwide, figures show

World sizzles to record for the year

2010 might be the hottest year ever recorded in human history

Hottest Year on Record So Far in 2010

And like you, i could go on and on with links to pages containing information that back up my argument. I have a family though and don't have the time to go on and on.

Anyone who doesn’t believe me... just Google 2010 hottest year... bingo!!

Doing a quick search on Google doesn’t make you (nor me) a climate expert... nor does being an editor for an amateur website that is clearly biased in favour of the sceptical argument regarding anthropogenic climate change.

Peace.

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posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 12:43 PM
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Originally posted by Muckster

And like you, i could go on and on with links to pages containing information that back up my argument.

So can I,

2005 - Hundreds of Children May Have Died in Afghanistan's Extreme Cold (The New York Times, February 18, 2005)
2005 - Cold, snow, rain, avalanches kill more than 1,000 in Asia (USA Today, February 23, 2005)
2005 - Global warming or global cooling? (The Times of India, February 27, 2005)
2005 - Boston Endures Record Cold From Frigid North Atlantic (Bloomberg, May 25, 2005)
2005 - Record Cold From Montana To Texas (CBS News, December 7, 2005)
2006 - Japan Had Coldest December in 20 Years, Record Snow (Bloomberg, January 5, 2006)
2006 - Delhi gets its coldest day in over 70 years (The Times of India, January 8, 2006)
2006 - Cold wave in north India kills over 150 (The Times of India, January 9, 2006)
2006 - Record-Low Temperatures Sweep Across Russia (NPR, January 20, 2006)
2006 - Russia Weathering Deadly Cold Spell, At Least 31 Dead (CBS News, January 20, 2006)
2006 - Record cold has killed 49 so far this winter in Mexico (The Miami Herald, January 21, 2006)
2006 - Jack Frost cripples Europe with minus 33 (The Age, January 22, 2006)
2006 - 123 Die in Russia's Bitter Cold (Reuters, January 23, 2006)
2006 - Cold weather death toll rises to 150 in Poland (AFP, January 23, 2006)
2006 - Polish Hall Roof Collapses Under Snow, Killing 66 (Bloomberg, January 29, 2006)
2006 - Earth in for another "ice age" in mid-century - scientist (RIA Novosti, February 6, 2006)
2006 - Record cold snap killed 738 people in Ukraine (The Independent, UK, February 7, 2006)
2006 - A Record Snow: 26.9 Inches Fall in New York City (The New York Times, February 13, 2006)
2006 - Moscow Market Roof Collapses Under Snow, Killing 56 (The New York Times, February 24, 2006)
2006 - There IS a problem with global warming... it stopped in 1998 (The Daily Telegraph, UK, April 9, 2006)
2006 - Coldest June since 1972 (The New Zealand Herald, July 3, 2006)
2006 - Russian Scientist Issues Global Cooling Warning (RIA Novosti, August 25, 2006)
2006 - Snow in Sept: Freak weather continues (The Times of India, September 3, 2006)
2006 - Short-Term Ocean Cooling Suggests Global Warming 'Speed Bump' (NASA, September 21, 2006)
2006 - Cold weather's 25,000 deaths toll is scandal, say charities (The Guardian, UK, October 28, 2006)
2006 - Snow falls in central Florida as state endures unusual Nov. cold snap (USA Today, November 22, 2006)
2006 - Record cold in Salt Lake City (Deseret News, November 29, 2006)
2006 - The Coldest Year In The Last Five Years (The Reference Frame, December 16, 2006)
2006 - Cold spell drops SoCal temps to record levels (The San Diego Union-Tribune, December 19, 2006)
2007 - Denver Breaks 1894 Record For Snowfall On Christmas Day (The Denver Channel, December 25, 2007)
2007 - Indian Cold Wave Death Toll Hits 90 (Arab News, January 4, 2007)
2007 - Record cold snap for the nation's hottest town (The Australian, January 5, 2007)
2007 - Death toll climbs to 16 as winter blast grips East, Midwest (USA Today, January 8, 2007)
2007 - Record cold seen for rest of week (The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 14, 2007)
2007 - Freezing temperatures destroy most of California citrus crop (International Herald Tribune, January 16, 2007)
2007 - Thousands Shiver As Storm Toll Hits 54 (CBS News, January 17, 2007)
2007 - Winter Hits With A Vengeance; 7 Dead (CBS News, February 6, 2007)
2007 - Snow Records Fall As N.Y. Towns Dig Out of 12 Feet Of Snow (CBS News, February 12, 2007)
2007 - The Coming Global Cooling? (World Climate Report, March 16, 2007)
2007 - Spring reverts to winter weather (The Seattle Times, April 9, 2007)
2007 - Record cold takes a toll on crops (USA Today, April 9, 2007)
2007 - Fear of a global 'coldening' - Australia Endured Coldest June since 1950 (The Daily Telegraph, Australia, July 14, 2007)
2007 - Sydney's coldest morning since 1986 (The Age, Australia, July 16, 2007)
2007 - Read the sunspots: Prepare now for dangerous global cooling (Financial Post, Canada, June 20, 2007)
2007 - AUSTRALIA: Darwin shivers through coldest June on record (ABC News, Australia, June 21, 2007)
2007 - Canadian Professor: Prepare for Global Cooling (NewsMax, June 21, 2007)
2007 - Is 'global cooling' the real threat? (The Washington Times, June 24, 2007)
2007 - It's Global Cooling, and It's Deadly (NewsMax, June 27, 2007)
2007 - Haryana, Punjab record cold temperatures (The Hindu, November 3, 2007)
2007 - Year of Global Cooling (The Washington Times, December 19, 2007)
2007 - Get Ready for Global Cooling (NewsMax, December 19, 2007)
2007 - Snow storms in US claim 22 lives (BBC, December 25, 2007)
2008 - Cold Weather Kills 38 in Northern India (FOX News, January 2, 2008)
2008 - Indian cold wave toll kills 90 (The Earth Times, January 3, 2008)
2008 - A cold spell soon to replace global warming (RIA Novosti, January 3, 2008)
2008 - Cold Stretches Throughout East; Flurries Reported in Florida (FOX News, January 3, 2008)
2008 - Br-r-r! Where did global warming go? (The Boston Globe, January 6, 2008)
2008 - Snow, winds close highways, collapse roofs in Wash. (USA Today, January 8, 2008)
2008 - First snow for 100 years falls on Baghdad (AFP, January 11, 2008)
2008 - Saudi Arabia covered with snow in coldest winter for 20 years (RIA Novosti, January 11, 2008)
2008 - Russian scientist says Earth could soon face new Ice Age (RIA Novosti, January 22, 2008)
2008 - China battles "coldest winter in 100 years" (Reuters, February 4, 2008)
2008 - Solar Cycle 24 Could Be 13 Years Long – Cooler Times Ahead? (Watts Up With That?, February 6, 2008)
2008 - Canadian Scientists Fear Global Cooling (NewsBusters, February 8, 2008)
2008 - Solar Activity Diminishes; Researchers Predict Another Ice Age (DailyTech, February 9, 2008)
2008 - Record Cold for Northern Minn.: 40 Below (Associated Press, February 11, 2008)
2008 - Madison breaks its record for winter snowfall (USA Today, February 12, 2008)
2008 - China's freak cold weather killed 107 (Reuters, February 13, 2008)
2008 - Record cold kills cattle and rice in Vietnam (The Earth Times, February 13, 2008)
2008 - Freezing weather kills over 900 people in Afghanistan (RIA Novosti, February 16, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather kills 60,000 cattle in Vietnam (China Daily, February 18, 2008)
2008 - 4 sources say "globally cooler" in the past 12 months (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, February 19, 2008)
2008 - ISRAEL: Cold weather kills 14 homeless people (Reuters. February 21, 2008)
2008 - Global Cooling: Amazing pictures of countries joining Britain in the big freeze (Daily Mail, UK, February 21, 2008)
2008 - Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age (National Post, Canada, February 25, 2008)
2008 - Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global Cooling (DailyTech, February 26, 2008)
2008 - Global warming sceptics buoyed by record cold (The Daily Telegraph, UK, February 26, 2008)
2008 - Cold kills 1,300 in Afghanistan (RIA Novosti, February 27, 2008)
2008 - Record snow smothers New England (USA Today, February 28, 2008)
2008 - Coldest Winter in Memory (NewsMax, March 4, 2008)
2008 - Globe may be cooling on Global Warming (Scripps Howard News Service, March 5, 2008)
2008 - Layers of snow cause 5 roofs to collapse (Forbes, March 5, 2008)
2008 - Extreme cold kills 1,000 Tibetan gazelles (China Daily, March 7, 2008)
2008 - Coolest Winter Since 2001 For U.S., Globe, According To NOAA Data (Science Daily, March 15, 2008)
2008 - It was the coldest Easter for more than 40 years (Daily Mail, UK, March 25, 2008)
2008 - The Oceans Have Stopped Warming! (Canada Free Press, March 26, 2008)
2008 - Global temperatures 'to decrease' (BBC, April 4, 2008)
2008 - No Global Warming Since 1998 As Planet Cools Off (Prison Planet, April 4, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming? Northeast Skies Through a Snowy Season (The New York Sun, April 4, 2008)
2008 - Global warming? Scotland sees its best snow in a decade (The Times, UK, April 19, 2008)
2008 - The Antarctic deep sea gets colder (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, April 21, 2008)
2008 - Glacier resumes growing in Mount St. Helens crater (The Seattle Times, April 21, 2008)
2008 - Sunspots and a possible new ice age (American Thinker, April 22, 2008)
2008 - Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh (The Australian, April 23, 2008)
2008 - Global warming may 'stop', scientists predict (The Daily Telegraph, UK, April 30, 2008)
2008 - Global warming could stop NATURALLY for ten years,' say scientists (Daily Mail, UK, May 1, 2008)
2008 - May Day storm brings snow to Colorado mountains (USA Today, May 1, 2008)
2008 - New Jason Satellite Indicates 23-Year Global Cooling (Hawaii Reporter, May 7, 2008)
2008 - U.S. Has 36th Coolest Spring on Record (NOAA, June 6, 2008)
2008 - Global Temperature Also Cooler in May (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 6, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming Movement Turns Cool (James Spann, AMS Certified Meteorologist, June 22, 2008)
2008 - Warming on 11 year hiatus? How about cooling? (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 23, 2008)
2008 - Astronomical Society of Australia publishes new paper warning of solar quieting and global cooling (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 28, 2008)
2008 - Australian Researchers Warn of Global Cooling (DailyTech, July 1, 2008)
2008 - Charlotte temperature hits 123-year low (The Charlotte Observer, July 2, 2008)
2008 - UAH Global Temperatures, June 2008 still low (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, July 2, 2008)
2008 - Glaciers on California's Mt. Shasta keep growing (USA Today, July 8, 2008)
2008 - Four scientists: Global Warming Out, Global Cooling In (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, July 12, 2008)
2008 - Shifting of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation assures global cooling for the next 3 decades (Watts Up With That?, July 20, 2008)
2008 - Anchorage’s record setting cold summer (Anchorage Daily News, July 24th, 2008)
2008 - More Global Cooling Ahead, Study Says (The Heartland Institute, August 1, 2008)
2008 - Could the Earth be cooling its heels? (Delta Farm Press, August 7, 2008)
2008 - Solar radio waves could signal global cooling (Financial Post, Canada, August 11, 2008)
2008 - Is there a cold future just lying in wait for us? (Belfast Telegraph, UK, August 13, 2008)
2008 - Decade has had fewest 90-degree days since 1930 (Chicago Tribune, August 13, 2008)
2008 - Dearth Of Sunspot Activity To Herald New Ice Age? (Prison Planet, August 14, 2008)
2008 - Hadley Climate Center Data shows global cooling in the last year (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, August 15, 2008)
2008 - Mexican scientist warn Earth will enter 'Little Ice Age' for up to 80 Years Due to decrease in solar activity (Right Side News, August 19, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling gains momentum among scientists (Delta Farm Press, August 25, 2008)
2008 - Former head of CSIRO’s division of space science says global cooling may be on the way (Canberra Times, Australia, August 26, 2008)
2008 - 'Snowfall' shocks Kenyan village (BBC, September 3, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming’s Kaput; 2008 Coolest in 5 Years (NewsMax, September 8, 2008)
2008 - Old Farmers Almanac: Global cooling may be underway (USA Today, September 9, 2008)
2008 - NAS reports: 50 million year cooling trend (The Christian Science Monitor, September 25, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling sign: Solar winds at 50-year-low (Financial Post, Canada, September 28, 2008)
2008 - Ireland: Coldest September for 14 years (The Press Association, October 1, 2008)
2008 - Boise gets earliest snow on record (The Idaho Statesman, October 11, 2008)
2008 - Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years (DailyTech, October 16, 2008)
2008 - Thirty years of warmer temperatures go poof (National Post, Canada, October 20, 2008)
2008 - Chill in the air: record low temps in 10 states (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, October 26, 2008)
2008 - London has first October snow in over 70 years (The Guardian, UK, October 29, 2008)
2008 - Tibet's 'worst snowstorm ever', 7 killed (Xinhua, October 30, 2008)
2008 - NOAA: U.S. breaks or ties 115 cold and sets 63 new snowfall records (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, October 30, 2008)
2008 - Global Cooling is Here (Global Research, November 2, 2008)
2008 - Alarmists Still Heated Even As World Cools (Investors Business Daily, November 4, 2008)
2008 - Third building collapses under weight of snow (Ottawa Citizen, November 10, 2008)
2008 - Bitter cold shatters record (The Charlotte Observer, November 19, 2008)
2008 - UK brought to standstill as five inches of snow falls (The Daily Telegraph, UK, November 25, 2008)
2008 - Glaciers in Norway Growing Again (DailyTech, November 27, 2008)
2008 - Early Snowfalls In Europe Hit 'Historic Levels' (Ski Report Europe, December 3, 2008)
2008 - Rare 50 year Arctic Blast Sets Sights On Southern California (Ontario Weather Service, December 8, 2008)
2008 - Oscillation Rules as the Pacific Cools (NASA, December 9, 2008)
2008 - Global warming freeze? (The Washington Times, December 10, 2008)
2008 - Houston ties earliest snowfall record (Houston Chronicle, December 10, 2008)
2008 - Rare snow falls in south Louisiana, Miss., Alabama (ABC News, December 11, 2008)
2008 - Worst ice storm in decade hits New England (Nashua Telegraph, December 12, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather sets records in several cities (Great Falls Tribune, December 14, 2008)
2008 - Denver breaks 107 year old record (Thornton Weather, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Dangerously cold temperatures set records in Denver (Thornton Weather, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record low temperature set this morning in Seattle (The Seattle Times, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Northeast Siberia braces for extreme cold of -60C (RIA Novosti, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record cold chills out Colorado (The Gazette, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record cold grips southern Alberta (The Lethbridge Herald, Canada, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record snow hits Nanaimo in British Columbia, Canada (Times Colonist, Canada, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record setting cold continues for Thornton and Denver (Thornton Weather, December 16, 2008)
2008 - This year is coolest since 2000 (BBC, December 16, 2008)
2008 - St. Cloud, Minnesota Records fall to weather system (St. Cloud Times, December 17, 2008)
2008 - The Cause of Cold Weather Is Global Warming? (FOX News, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling is here (Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Record snow fall paralyzing Spokane (The Seattle Times, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Frigid Storm Closes California Freeways, Drops Snow in Malibu (FOX News, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Las Vegas gets heaviest snow fall in 30 years (The Daily Telegraph, UK, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Carports collapse under heavy snow (Las Vegas Sun, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Bihar cold wave death toll rises to 24 (The Bihar Times, India, December 19, 2008)
2008 - The Alps have best snow conditions 'in a generation' (The Daily Telegraph, UK, December 19, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling brings early white Christmas (Ventura County Star, December 20, 2008)
2008 - Albany Breaks 1887 Snow Record (North County Gazette, December 21, 2008)
2008 - The Spotless Sun Continues as Global Cooling Arrives (Joseph D’Aleo, M.S. Meteorology, CCM, AMS Fellow, December 21, 2008)
2008 - Beijing's coldest December day in 57 years (Danwei, Hong Kong, December 22, 2008)
2008 - 40-Year Record Snow Buries Portland Area (The Oregonian, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Heavy snow causes a roof to collapse in Portland (The Oregonian, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Record amount of snow on the ground in Calgary (Financial Post, Canada, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Snow causes roof collapse at Calgary Soccer Centre (Calgary Herald, Canada, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Snow causes roof collapse at Marysville business (The Seattle Times, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather kills 10 in Maryland since October (The Baltimore Examiner, December 23, 2008)
2008 - It's Cold Outside, But Global Warming Industry Still Hard At Work (Human Events. December 23, 2008)
2008 - An inconvenient truth: The Earth is cooling (The Baltimore Examiner, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Snow, again? Vegas sets another record this morning (Las Vegas Sun, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Deep freeze, heavy snows blast US; holiday travel snarled (AFP, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Record snow buries Beaver Creek, Colorado (Vail Daily, December 24, 2008)
2008 - Half of the USA is covered in snow (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, December 25, 2008)
2008 - San Juan County, New Mexico experiences rare white Christmas (The Daily Times, December 25, 2008)
2008 - Canadians get first national white Christmas in nearly four decades (The Canadian Press, December 25, 2008)
2008 - For the First Time in Years, Western Part of Lake Superior Freezes Over (ICECAP, Wisconsin, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Green Bay snowfall breaks 1887 record for December (Green Bay Press-Gazette, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Heavy snow causes roof collapse at Olympia high school (The Seattle Times, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Snowfall immobilizes rural communities in eastern, central Turkey (Todays Zaman, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Spokane sets snow record, tops 45 inches (Yakima Herald-Republic, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Two Flagstaff strip malls closed after roofs collapse due to heavy snow (The Arizona Daily Sun, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Cold creates record energy demand (Great Falls Tribune, December 27, 2008)
2008 - Thousands trapped in -15 degree snowstorm in Sikkim, India (The Times of India, December 27, 2008)
2008 - White Christmas in Hawaii (Big Island Video News, December 27, 2008)
2008 - Olympia Horse-arena roofs collapse under snow (The Seattle Times, December 28, 2008)
2008 - Record-breaking cold descends on Switzerland (Swissinfo, Switzerland, December 28, 2008)
2008 - Ice age on its way (The Arizona Republic, December 28, 2008)
2008 - It's official: Snowfall record for single month tumbles (Wisconsin State Journal, December 29, 2008)
2008 - Snowfall amounts set records across North Dakota (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - Record December snow at Grand Forks (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - Spokane digs out from record-breaking snow (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - 1958 Parry Sound Canada snow record broken (Parry Sound North Star, December 31, 2008)
2008 - 48 inches of snow in Fox Valley Wisconsin buries previous record set in 1968 (Appleton Post-Crescent, December 31, 2008)
2008 - Spokane roofs collapse under record snow (The News Tribune, December 31, 2008)
2008 - Arctic Sea Ice Ends 2008 at Same Level as 1979 (DailyTech, January 1, 2009)

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2009 - Record cold wind chills of -50 C recorded overnight in Saskatchewan (Canadian Press, January 4, 2009)
2009 - Coldest start to the New Year for seven years (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Forget warming, greenhouse gases may trigger ice age (The Times of India, January 5, 2009)
2009 - London colder than Antarctica (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Poor burn books to stay warm in chilly India, 55 dead (Reuters, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Cold streak breaks 1892 record, Saskatoon experiences 24 consecutive days of -25 C (The StarPhoenix, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Record cold weather payouts triggered as temperature hits -11C (The Times, UK, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold -37 in Moose Jaw, Canada (The Moose Jaw Times Herald, Canada, January 6, 2009)
2009 - NCDC’s own graphic shows decadal cooling trend (Watts Up With That?, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Global Warming is Really Global Cooling (Right Side News, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Schools remain closed amid freeze (BBC, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Seven freeze to death in Europe's coldest winter night (AFP, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Spokane, Wash., residents cope with record snow (Fox News, January 7, 2009)
2009 - 12 deaths blamed on snow, cold across Europe (Associated Press, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Deadly cold, heavy snow grip Europe (National Post, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Extreme Alaska cold 60 below grounds planes, disables cars (CNS News, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Minn. sled race canceled because of heavy snow (USA Today, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Temperature in Germany Falls to Minus 34.6 Degrees (Spiegel Online, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Record snow takes toll on Great Falls plowing budget, crews (Montana News Network, January 9, 2009)
2009 - Life At Negative 78 Degrees In Alaska (NPR, January 9, 2009)
2009 - Britain in grip of longest cold snap for 10 years (The Daily Telegraph, January 10, 2009)
2009 - Polar Sea Ice Changes are Having a Net Cooling Effect on the Climate (Watts Up With That?, January 10, 2009)
2009 - Slovenia with record low temperature -49 (Montenegrin News Agency, January 11, 2009)
2009 - Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age (Pravda, Russia, January 11, 2009)
2009 - Frosty Hong Kong shivers through coldest spell for 16 years (The Earth Times, January 12, 2009)
2009 - ND gets blizzard on top of December's record snow (Fox News, January 12, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Headed Our Way (Newsmax, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits eastern ND (The Daily News, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Sharp cold wave shocks upper Midwest, temps to -36 (Associated Press, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Bismarck reports day snow record 5.4 inches (KXNet, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Biting cold hits Northeast, keeps even skiers home (ABC News, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Coldest night in 5 years sinks into state (KAAL-TV Minnesota, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Flint's 95-year-old record low falls as 19 below zero hits city (The Flint Journal, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Shocking cold wave drops temps to 40 below zero (Associated Press, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Two-day deep freeze bringing coldest temps in several years (Daily Times Herald, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Temperatures In 5 Years Paralyze Minn. (WCCO-TV Minnesota, January 15, 2009)
2009 - D.C. Sees Coldest Weather in 5 Years (WJLA-TV Washington D.C., January 15, 2009)
2009 - Dutch canals freeze over for the first time in 12 years (The New York Times, January 15, 2009)
2009 - On the Brink of Climatic Disaster: the Coming Ice Age (The John Birch Society, January 15, 2009)
2009 - Swallow survives coldest spell for 20 years as Britain braced for 80mph winds (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 15, 2009)
2009 - The Ice Age Cometh: Experts Warn of Global Cooling (Business & Media Institute, January 15, 2009)
2009 - Americans suffer record cold as temperatures plunge to -40C (Daily Mail, UK, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Arctic front freezes US, Canada in record cold snap (AFP, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Heavy snow causes 6,000 traffic accidents, 24 deaths in Moscow (RIA Novosti, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Iowa Endures Record-Breaking Cold (KCRG-TV Iowa, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Mercury hits 27 below; 2nd coldest ever in Galesburg (Galesburg Register-Mail, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold chills Western Massachusetts (The Republican, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Cold snaps 124-year-old record in Fredericton, Canada (The Daily Gleaner, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Record Cold Chills North Country, New York (North Country Gazette, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in Detroit as deep freeze continues (Associated Press, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Thailand temperatures are coldest in a decade (The Jakarta Post, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Low temperature ties 1951 record in Hawaii (The Maui News, January 20, 2009)
2009 - Oceans are cooling according to NASA (The Baltimore Weather Examiner, January 21, 2009)
2009 - Frigid temps are coldest in a decade (Independent Herald, January 22, 2009)
2009 - Shanghai reports coldest winter for 18 years (Xinhua, January 24, 2009)
2009 - UAE mountain covered in rare snow (AFP, January 25, 2009)
2009 - This January is 18th coldest in 139 years in Western New York (The Buffalo News, January 27, 2009)
2009 - 8 found dead in Michigan cold since Jan. 17 (The Chicago Tribune, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Two Fairfield, Illinois businesses collapse under snow, ice (Evansville Courier & Press, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Ice storm cuts power to 870,000 in Midwest (Reuters, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Docks Collapse Under Weight of Snow, Sleet and Ice (Ozarks First, January 29, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Under-reported (Science & Public Policy Institute, January 29, 2009)
2009 - Snow Storm Sweeps Northeast From Texas; at Least 23 Are Dead (The New York Times, January 29, 2009)
2009 - World is getting colder (The Washington Times, January 30, 2009)
2009 - January One of Coldest in Decade (The Washington Post, February 1, 2009)
2009 - Saginaw Michigan breaks 1947 snowfall record for a calendar year (The Saginaw News, February 2, 2009)
2009 - Heaviest Snow in 18 Years Brings Much of Europe to a Halt (Fox News, February 2, 2009)
2009 - 75 inches of January snow sets Juneau record (Anchorage Daily News, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Arctic Sea Ice Increases at Record Rate (Watts Up With That?, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Slippery Slope: Ice Age Cometh in Five Years (NewsMax, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Snow chaos as coldest winter for years hits Britain (The Australian, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Mt. LeConte Lodge records coldest temp in more than 20 years (WVLT-TV Tennessee, February 4, 2009)
2009 - Recent cold snap in Mount Airy, NC shatters 1982 record (Mount Airy News, February 4, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Temperatures In 20 Years! (WCTV Florida, February 5, 2009)
2009 - Six die in snow roof collapse in Morocco (afrol News, February 5, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Dublin winter for 18 years, says Met office (The Irish Times, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Hamilton, Ontario Canada broke a 28-year record low temperature (The Hamilton Sectator, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Ice, snow collapse several Anna, Illinois buildings (The Southern, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Vail, Colorado set record for January snow (Vail Daily, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Bristol endures its coldest weather in 20 years (Bristol Evening Post, UK, February 7, 2009)
2009 - Record Low Temperatures in Western Cuba (Cuba News Headlines, February 8, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold -50°F temperature reached in Maine (NOAA, February 10, 2009)
2009 - Snow storms force German motorists to sleep in cars (The Earth Times, February 11, 2009)
2009 - Snowstorms wreak havoc in the Balkans (The Earth Times, February 19, 2009)
2009 - Little ice age may be on the way (Lincolnshire Echo, UK, February 20, 2009)
2009 - GUINEA: Record cold snap destroys crops, kills hundreds of animals (Reuters, February 20, 2009)
2009 - Ice Age or global warming? (Reuters, February 24th, 2009)
2009 - 'Snow bomb' brings record snowfall across New Brunswick (CBC News, February 24, 2009)
2009 - Snowiest Winter Ever Recorded in North Dakota (Watts Up With That?, February 27, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Continues (The Hearland Institute, March 1, 2009)
2009 - Joy in NYC: Kids get first snow day in five years (USA Today, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Providence sets record; Coventry tops RI for snowfall (The Providence Journal, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Record breaking snowfall in Milwaukee (WKOW-TV Wisconsin, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Coldest winter in UK for 13 years (BBC, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Ferocious storm dumps heavy snow on East Coast (ABC News, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Lynchburg Virginia breaks 84-year cold record (Lynchburg News and Advance, March 3, 2009)
2009 - 84-year-old cold temperature record falls in Baltimore (Baltimore Sun, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Senators Debate Global Warming Policy Despite Global Cooling Evidence (CNSNews, March 4, 2009)
2009 - Cuba's winter among its coldest (Miami Herald, March 5, 2009)
2009 - Late snowfalls in Britain bring chaos to roads and rail (The Earth Times, March 5, 2009)
2009 - Lake Superior is freezing over (Watts Up With That?, March 7, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard blasts northern Plains, upper Midwest (USA Today, March 10, 2009)
2009 - It wasn't just cold, it was record cold in Yakima, Washington (Yakima Herald Republic, March 12, 2009)
2009 - Record-brrrrrrrrreaking cold -34.8 C in Regina, Canada (CBC News, March 12, 2009)
2009 - Edmonton Canada bests all time record low by -12 degrees (Watts Up With That?, March 15, 2009)
2009 - Snowy 1st Day Of Spring For Some Northeast Towns (Associated Press, March 20, 2009)
2009 - Shocker: 'Global warming' simply no longer happening (WorldNetDaily, March 22, 2009)
2009 - New Report Predicts "New Global Ice Age" (Reuters, March 23, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Punishes Several States (The New York Times, March 24, 2009)
2009 - Crashes injure 15 as blizzard blasts Colo., Wyo. (USA Today, March 26, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Hits Southern Plains (The New York Times, March 27, 2009)
2009 - Southwest, central N.D. hit by blizzard conditions (USA Today, March 30, 2009)
2009 - Spokane records snowiest winter ever (The Seattle Times, March 30, 2009)
2009 - Coldest day since 1953 (The Cairns Post, Australia, March 31, 2009)
2009 - Late March Snowfall Breaks Bismarck, North Dakota, Record (Associated Content, March 31, 2009)
2009 - 3,500 cows died in blizzard (Amarillo Globe-News, April 2, 2009)
2009 - RSS MSU: 0.06 °C month-on-month cooling (The Reference Frame, April 3, 2009)
2009 - A rare April blizzard warning issued in Forest City Iowa (Britt News Tribune, April 4, 2009)
2009 - Satellite Data Shows Arctic Cooling in February and March (Watts Up With That?, April 4, 2009)
2009 - All-time Snow Records Tumbling Again for the Second Straight Year (Watts Up With That?, April 5, 2009)
2009 - Spring snowstorm keeps some western schools closed (Omaha World-Herald, April 6, 2009)
2009 - GISS: March 2009 was the coolest March in this century (The Reference Frame, April 14, 2009)
2009 - Disaster panel mulls record Kotzebue snow (Juneau Empire, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Global Warming Strikes Again: Up To 36 Inches Of Snow In Colorado (KXNet, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall (102 inches) a concern in Kotzebue, Alaska (Siku News, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Colorado Hit With 41 Inches Of Snow - Record Snowfall With More On The Way (The Post Chronicle, April 18, 2009)
2009 - Revealed: Antarctic ice growing, not shrinking (The Australian, April 18, 2009)
2009 - Scientists baffled by Quiet Sun... ice age coming? (MINA, April 22, 2009)
2009 - The Next Ice Age (American Thinker, April 22, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Earth's Little-Known Threat (CBN News, April 25, 2009)
2009 - New Australian continent wide low temperature record set for April (Watts Up With That?, April 29, 2009)
2009 - Scientists Expect Global Cooling to Start Soon (Russia-IC, April 29, 2009)
2009 - Australian Ski Resort has it's earliest start to the season in the resort's 45-year history (ABC News, Australia, April 30, 2009)
2009 - Melbourne shivers through coldest April in 60 years (Herald Sun, Australia, April 30, 2009)
2009 - RSS MSU: 2nd coldest April since 1999 (The Reference Frame, May 2, 2009)
2009 - Sun Oddly Quiet - Hints at Next "Little Ice Age"? (National Geographic, May 4, 2009)
2009 - Quiet Sun May Trigger Global Cooling (Fox News, May 5, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: April Temperatures Slightly Cooler Than Average for U.S. (NOAA, May 8, 2009)
2009 - Snow in Saudi Arabia in May? (Watts Up With That?, May 12, 2009)
2009 - Pouring cold water on global warming (The Belfast Telegraph, UK, May 13, 2009)
2009 - The Coming Ice Age (American Thinker, May 13, 2009)
2009 - Geologist forecasts global cooling (ABC, Australia, May 15, 2009)
2009 - Summer haze has a cooling effect in southeastern United States, says new study (University of California Berkeley, May 18, 2009)
2009 - Another record-setting cold morning in Austin breaks 109 year old record (The Austin American-Statesman, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Baltimore Morning cold breaks record (The Baltimore Sun, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Record cold on the coast of South Carolina (The State, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Far North breaks 113 year record in the Cooktown region (The Cairns Post, Australia, May 23, 2009)
2009 - Canada Has a Frigid May after a Cold Winter (Watts Up With That?, May 27, 2009)
2009 - Cooler decades ahead, researcher says (SitNews, May 28, 2009)
2009 - Still More on Diminished Solar Activity and Global Cooling (Dakota Voice, May 30, 3009)
2009 - Red Centre shivers in record cold (ABC News, Australia, June 1, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in May and more chill to come (TVNZ, New Zealand, June 3, 2009)
2009 - Isn't this June? Snow sticking around on Pikes Peak (The Gazette, June 5, 2009)
2009 - RSS Global Temperature Anomaly also down in May, halving the April value (Watts Up With That?, June 5, 2009)
2009 - UAH global temperature anomaly for May – down again, near zero (Watts Up With That?, June 5, 2009)
2009 - Snow falls in western ND, in June, first time in 60 years (KXNet, June 6, 2009)
2009 - Alberta, Saskatchewan get snow in June (National Post, Canada, June 7, 2009)
2009 - Canada frosts the most widespread in recent memory (Reuters, June 9, 2009)
2009 - Abominable as snow hits Britain (Daily Star, UK, June 8, 2009)
2009 - Cold weather record set in Flathead (Montana's News Station, June 9, 2009)
2009 - Canadian Wheat Output May Fall on Dry, Cool Weather (Bloomberg, June 11, 2009)
2009 - Coldest day for 43 years (The Australian, June 13, 2009)
2009 - Crops under stress as temperatures fall (The Daily Telegraph, UK, June 13, 2009)
2009 - Ocean waters off British Columbia coldest in half century (Chinook Observer, June 23, 2009)
2009 - First Ever Ice Wine in Brazil (Watts Up With That?, June 16, 2009)
2009 - Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age (DC Weather Examiner, June 29, 2009)
2009 - July Opens with Near-Record Cold (WTMJ-TV Wisconsin, July 1, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling: Bad News For Global Warming Alarmists (Right Side News, July 6, 2009)
2009 - Frost in July hits P.E.I. (CBC News, July 8, 2009)
2009 - Chicago has its coolest July 8 in 118 years (The Chicago Tribune, July 9, 2009)
2009 - RSS Global Temperature for June 09, also down (Watts Up With That?, July 10, 2009)
2009 - Cooler weather bringing the “luck of the Irish” to the USA (Watts Up With That?, July 11, 2009)
2009 - Record Cold in Regina and Estevan Canada: Beats 92-Year-Old Record Low (CKOM-AM Canada, July 11, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Chills Summer 2009 (National Review Online, July 13, 2009)
2009 - NYC fails to reach 85°F in June – first time since 1916 (Watts Up With That?, July 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in Portland Maine in July (Watts Up With That?, July 13, 2009)
2009 - 113-Year Record Cold in Pittsburgh, 27 in MI (AccuWeather, July 14, 2009)
2009 - July 2009; Coldest on Record So Far (Discover Moose Jaw, July 16, 2009)
2009 - West Michigan record cold (Grand Rapids Weather Examiner, July 18, 2009)
2009 - Record low temperatures across Mississippi, this morning (Jackson Weather Examiner, July 19, 2009)
2009 - Cold front brings Alabama record lows (Tuscaloosa News, July 21, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July 21 In Nashville, Tennessee Since 1877 (The Post Chronicle, July 22, 2009)
2009 - Historic snow event in South America (Watts Up With That?, July 23, 2009)
2009 - Worry about global cooling, not warming (Kennebec Journal, July 23, 2009)
2009 - Cool summer disappoints tourists, delays crops (Associated Press, July 25, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling hits Al Gore's home (The Daily Telegraph, UK, July 25, 2009)
2009 - So where's that global cooling alert? (The Globe and Mail, Canada, July 27, 2009)
2009 - Record setting cool weather hits Denver and brings snow to the mountains (Denver Weather Examiner, July 30, 2009)
2009 - Rochester records second-coldest July (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, July 31, 2009)
2009 - Antarctic air flow brings record snow fall to the Falkland Islands (MercoPress, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July ever for Grand Rapids, Michigan (Grand Rapids Weather Examiner, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July on Record for Huntington, West Virginia (WOWK-TV West Virginia, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coolest July Ever for Fort Wayne, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter, August 1, 2009)
2009 - July was coldest on record for International Falls, Minnesota (KQDS-TV Minnesota, August 1, 2009)
2009 - That was the coldest July in Dubuque, Iowa Ever (Dubuque Telegraph Herald, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Media blames record cold on nature, warming on man (Energy Publisher, August 3, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling blamed as bikini record attempt falls flat (National Post, Canada, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July 2009 coldest in 33 years, weather service says (The Patriot-News, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July sets record for cold 1,100 new low temperatures set (Ravenna Record Courier, August 4, 2009)
2009 - Scientific evidence now points to global cooling, contrary to U.N. alarmism (The Washington Examiner, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July ranks in the top three for coldest (WLUC-TV Michigan, August 6, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: July Temperature Below-Average for the U.S. (NOAA, August 10, 2009)
2009 - Falling Temperatures Confound Alarmists (The Heartland Institute, September 1, 2009)
2009 - Record-setting cold weekend (The Daily Journal, September 3, 2009)
2009 - UAH: global temperature down in August by .181°C, SH sees biggest drop of 0.4°C (Watts Up With That?, September 4, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall for Cardrona, New Zealand (Otago Daily Times, September 7, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S. (NOAA, September 10, 2009)
2009 - Svensmark: “global warming stopped and a cooling is beginning” (Watts Up With That?, September 10, 2009)
2009 - Scientists see signs of global cooling (Belfast Telegraph, UK, September 21, 2009)
2009 - Planet Cooling Down Amid Global Warming Madness (NewsMax, September 23, 2009)
2009 - U.S. Northeast May Have Coldest Winter in a Decade (Bloomberg, September 28, 2009)
2009 - Forecast: A cooling trend on climate change (Canada Free Press, September 29, 2009)
2009 - NASA: Cosmic rays up 19% since last peak – new record high could lead to cooling (Watts Up With That?, September 29, 2009)
2009 - Storm brought record cold in six areas in Utah (Deseret News, ‎October 1, 2009‎)
2009 - Cold spell brings record low temperatures to Southern California (Los Angeles Times, ‎October 6, 2009‎)
2009 - October off to record cold start in Grand Junction, Colorado (Grand Junction Sentinel, October 6, 2009)
2009 - Shocker! Ice melt lowest in 30 years (WorldNetDaily, October 8, 2009)
2009 - What happened to global warming? (BBC, October 9, 2009)
2009 - Biggest news you’ve never heard: Earth isn’t warming (The Christian Science Monitor, October 10, 2009)
2009 - It was cold enough to break a record (Gillette News Record, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record cold kills NL playoff game (Daily Mail, Charleston, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record cold temperatures greet fans as Colorado Rockies and Philadelphia Phillies prepare for Game 3 (The Express Times, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall, cold hit Central Nebraska (Grand Island Independent, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Denver breaks 104 year old cold temperature record as Arctic chill sets in (Denver Weather Examiner, October 11, 2009)
2009 - B.C. Interior hit with record-breaking cold snap (CTV British Columbia, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Bellingham, Washington sets cold record (Bellingham Herald, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Early winter arrival with record lows and snow in Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Kalispell, Montana hits new cold record (Daily Inter Lake, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Iowa sees record cold (Chicago Tribune, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, early snow grip Prairies on Thanksgiving (CBC News, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Wenatchee, Washington; snow on the way (The Wenatchee World Online, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Three Decades Of Global Cooling (Investors Business Daily, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Winter hits Calgary roads after record cold (Calgary Herald, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Good snow spells a record year for New Zealand ski fields (Reuters, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Monday snowfall breaks record in Southern Minnesota (Austin Herald, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, snow hits central Canada (Times of the Internet, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Western Montana towns report coldest temperatures ever for Oct. 12 (The Missoulian, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Austria gets record October snow (Radio Netherlands, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Central Europe hit by heavy snow, high winds (Reuters, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Early start to winter ≈20% of USA is covered in snow already (Watts Up With That?, October 14, 2009)
2009 - October Cold Snap Sets 82-Year Record in Chicago (WBBM-TV Chicago, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Record-setting cold in Laurel, Montana (Laurel Outlook, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Whatever happened to global warming? (Daily Mail, UK, October 14, 2009)
2009 - European cold snap kills 4 in Poland, cuts power (Reuters, October 15, 2009)
2009 - Record cold day ties 1874 record in Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 15, 2009)
2009 - Earliest snow on record blankets Poconos, Penn State (Philadelphia Inquirer, October 16, 2009)
2009 - Record-Breaking Early Snowfall In New York, New Jersey (The Huffington Post, October 16, 2009)
2009 - Friday coldest Oct. 16 in DC in 138 years (The Washington Examiner, October 17, 2009)
2009 - October bringing record cold to Topeka, Kansas (Topeka Capital Journal, October 17, 2009)
2009 - Record snow at Penn State cancels tailgating on Homecoming Weekend (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 17, 2009)
2009 - A cold start to fall: over 4500 new snowfall, low temp, and lowest max temp records set in the USA this last week (Watts Up With That?, October 18, 2009)
2009 - There's a global cooling trend (StandardNet, October 19, 2009)
2009 - Study: model in good agreement with satellite temperature data – suggest cooling (Watts Up With That?, October 20, 2009)
2009 - Cold start to fall continues, 252 more low temperature records set in the USA this week (Watts Up With That?, October 23, 2009)
2009 - Snow sets October record (Omaha World-Herald, October 23, 2009)
2009 - The "cold war" hits home – October in like a lion, out like a fridge (Watts Up With That?, October 25, 2009)
2009 - Russian research forecasts global cooling (WorldNetDaily, October 27, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling welcomed here (Caymanian Compass, October 28, 2009)
2009 - North Platte, NE Breaks All-Time Snow Record (AccuWeather, November 2, 2009)
2009 - Coldest October in 64 years (The Dominion Post, New Zealand, November 3, 2009)
2009 - Record cold and rain: October 2009 climate statistics for Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, November 3, 2009)
2009 - October’s significant chill – take your pick on descriptors (Watts Up With That?, November 5, 2009)
2009 - October 2009 3rd Coldest for US in 115 Years (Watts Up With That?, November 7, 2009)
2009 - Beware global cooling (Business Day, November 9, 2009)
2009 - Beijing’s Heaviest Snow in 54 Years Strands Thousands (Bloomberg, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Coldest November day in Delhi in five years (The Times of India, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Record snow turns Hebei's capital into wonderland (Global Times, China, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Roof collapse kills three children as snow blankets north China (Earthtimes, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Chinese schools collapse in snow (BBC, November 13, 2009)
2009 - Italian ski resorts killing it with record snow (Ski Channel, November 17, 2009)
2009 - A Week in Alaska: -46 Degrees, 186 MPH Winds (AccuWeather, November 17, 2009)
2009 - North-central China staggers under early snow; 40 die, 9,000 buildings collapse (Associated Press, November 18, 2009)
2009 - Climatologists Baffled by Global Warming Time-Out (Der Spiegel, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Hong Kong shivers in coldest November in more than 120 years (The Earth Times, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Whistler blows away November snowfall record (CBC News, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Often Alaska's coldest spot, Bettles is setting records (Anchorage Daily News, November 22, 2009)
2009 - Hiding evidence of global cooling (The Washington Times, November 24, 2009)
2009 - Snow on the French Riviera???? (CNN iReport, November 24, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall on Mount Washington (Courier Islander, Canada, November 25, 2009)
2009 - The global-cooling cover-up (The Washington Times, November 27, 2009)

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2009 - Denying the global-cooling cover-up (The Washington Times, December 1, 2009)
2009 - Whistler-Blackcomb sets November snow record (The Vancouver Sun, December 1, 2009)
2009 - Earliest snow on record for Houston and New Orleans (Baltimore Weather Examiner, December 4, 2009)
2009 - Houston gets earliest snowfall on record (Associated Press, December 4, 2009)
2009 - Record breaking snowfall from Houston, Texas to Grand Rapids, Michigan (Denver Weather Examiner, December 5, 2009)
2009 - Albertans break electricity demand record; cold, dark part of reason (Winnipeg Free Press, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Arizona Buckles Down for Rare Blizzard (CBS News, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Newfoundland digs out from record snow (UPI, December 7, 2009)
2009 - St. John's gets record snowfall (CBC News, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Where did all the warming go? (The Washington Times, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard dumps record snow on Siouxland (Sioux City Journal, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Early-season blizzard blamed for 4 deaths (UPI, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Sacramento (The Sacramento Bee, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Paralyzes Much of Midwest (The New York Times, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Enormous winter storm over US (TVNZ, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Epic blizzard wreaks havoc: Blizzard forces school and road closures throughout Midwest (Akron Headlines Examiner, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Record cold temperatures chill Santa Cruz County (Santa Cruz Sentinel, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Sledding on cafeteria trays for first college snow day on record (WKOW-TV Wisconsin, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Southwest La. snowfall earliest on record (Jennings Daily News, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Storm dumps record snowfall in Carson, Nevada (Nevada Appeal, December 9, 2009)
2009 - State of Wisconsin shut down by Dec 09 blizzard, National Guard put on alert (Madison Political Buzz Examiner, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Massive Storms Cause Blizzard Conditions, 17 Deaths (ABC News, December 10, 2009)
2009 - Midwest & Great Lakes blizzard reached the intensity of a category 2 hurricane (Jackson Weather Examiner, December 10, 2009)
2009 - 3rd day of record cold at Sea-Tac (The Seattle Times, December 11, 2009)
2009 - Yes, the last decade saw global cooling, not warming (American Thinker, December 12, 2009)
2009 - Edmonton breaks weather record for coldest December 13 (National Post, Canada, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Greenhouse roofs collapse under heavy snow (KSL-TV Utah, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Lots of new cold and snow records in the USA this past week (Watts Up With That?, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Record setting cold grips Southwest Saskatchewan (Southwest Booster, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Extreme cold in Prairies; snowstorms in B.C. (National Post, Canada, December 14, 2009)
2009 - Midwest, Northeast dig out from brutal winter storm (USA Today, December 14, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Dumps Snow on Copenhagen as Leaders Battle Warming (Bloomberg, December 17, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, snow envelop Japan Sea coast (The Japan Times, December 18, 2009)
2009 - Record snow continues to fall as deadly East Coast storm lingers (CNN, December 19, 2009)
2009 - A winter's worth of snow in 24 hours (The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 20, 2009)
2009 - 2nd highest three-day snowfall in history hits Valdez (Juneau Empire, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard-like storm pounds East; 5 deaths are reported (The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Passengers grounded as U.S. digs out from record snowfall (Toronto Star, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Record setting winter storm wallops the East Coast (Natural Disasters Examiner, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall totals for Rhode Island (Providence Headlines Examiner, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Snow plays role in Georgetown roof collapse (December 20, 2009)
2009 - D.C. Blizzard Makes for a Rotten Time for U.S. Climate Attendees in Denmark (The New York Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - D.C. digs out from record snowstorm (The Washington Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Guard Responds to Record Northeast Snowfall (U.S. Department of Defense)
2009 - Health Ministry: 27 people froze to death in Ukraine due to current cold wave (Kyiv Post, Ukraine, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Long Island Sees Record Snowfall (Long Island Press, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Over 50% of the USA is now covered in snow (Watts Up With That?, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Three freeze to death in Austria (Austrian Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Three people freeze to death in Bosnia (B92 Serbia, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Washington area digs out from record-setting snowfall (The Washington Post, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Elderly, Disabled Trapped by Record Snow (WJLA-TV Washington D.C., December 22, 2009)
2009 - European weather deaths pass 100 (The Guardian, UK, December 22, 2009)
2009 - Record cold conditions kill nine people in Czech Republic (Radio Prague, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall blankets Moscow (Voice of Russian, December 22, 2009)
2009 - Winter freeze kills 79 in Poland (AFP, December 22, 2009)
2009 - 50 years of cooling predicted (Canada Free Press, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Big freeze brings misery and death to Europe (BBC, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Cold snap leaves record numbers of motorists stranded (The Guardian, UK, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Heavy Snow Causes Part of VA School's Roof to Collapse (WHSV-TV Virginia, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Snowfall breaks record at JFK, blankets NE Queens (New York Post, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Big freeze death toll rises to 17 (Daily Star, UK, December 24, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard freezes Christmas cheer (UPI, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Dallas-area snow is record for Christmas Eve (Dallas Morning News, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Deadly Cold Across Europe and Russia (NASA, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Holiday snowstorm hits much of central U.S. (CNN, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Nearly two thirds of the continental USA gets a white Christmas (Watts Up With That?, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Rare blizzard strikes West Texas (The Houston Chronicle, December 25, 2009)
2009 - White Christmas is one for the record books, KC (The Kansas City Star, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Whiteout Christmas: Blizzard whips through N.D. (Bismarck Tribune, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Christmas blizzard shuts down state (Rapid City Journal, December 26, 2009)
2009 - Duluth, International Falls set Christmas snow records (KQDS-TV Minnesota, December 26, 2009)
2009 - Satellite measurements show our quiet sun is cooling the upper thermosphere (Watts Up With That?, December 26, 2009)
2009 - 877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA in the last week (Watts Up With That?, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Peoria breaks snowfall record (Peoria Journal Star, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall hits region (St. Cloud Times, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Storm smashes snowfall records (Sioux City Journal, December 27, 2009)
2009 - December 2009 blizzard caused snow emergency (Green Bay Press Gazette, December 28, 2009)
2009 - Heavy Snow Leads To Roof Collapse (KETV Nebraska, December 28, 2009)
2009 - Record Levels Of Snowfall Hit City (The St. Petersburg Times, Russia, December 28, 2009)
2009 - 4 more die of cold in UP; toll reaches 18 (United News of India, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard halts weekend mail delivery (Times Record News, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Carlsbad receives record-setting snowfall (Carlsbad Current Argus, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Minot sets December snowfall record (Minot Daily News, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Record snow falls in Dallas / Fort Worth area (Coastal Carolina Weather Examiner, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard blasts region with 'Whiteout' Christmas (The Chadron Record, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Christmas Eve blizzard claims 3 lives in county (The Tuttle Times, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Record snow lures thousands to Mount Washington (Times Colonist, Canada, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Six killed as Big New Year Freeze takes deadly grip of Britain (Daily Mail, UK, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Snowfall breaks December record (Topeka Capital Journal, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Snowstorm squelches climate change protest (The Salt Lake Tribune, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Weight of Snow Causes Barn Collapse (Nobles County Review, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Bitter cold kills 13 in Aila-hit Dakope (The Daily Star, Bangladesh, December 31, 2009)
2009 - Heaviest snowfall in Moscow in last 20 years (Voice of Russia, December 31, 2009)
2009 - Coldest December since 1981 (BBC, January 3, 2010)
2009 - December in top 5 for coldest ever (KHAS-TV Nebraska, January 3, 2010)
2009 - Denver records seventh coldest December in history (Denver Weather Examiner, January 3, 2010)
2009 - U.S. December weather coldest since 2000: report (Reuters, January 4, 2010)
2009 - December UAH global temperature anomaly – down by almost half (Watts Up With That?, January 5, 2010)
2009 - NOAA: 14th coolest December in 115 years (NOAA, January 8, 2010)

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2010 - Britain facing one of the coldest winters in 100 years, experts predict (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 2, 2010)
2010 - Record cold weather roundup hundreds of new cold and snow records set in the last week (Watts Up With That?, January 2, 2010)
2010 - Coldest night since 1995 recorded (BBC, January 4, 2010)
2010 - East Anglia is in the grip of the coldest winter for 18 years (East Anglian Daily Times, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Fans endure coldest home game (The Charlotte Observer, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Florida feels coldest temperatures in 9 years (Miami Herald, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Miami shivers from coldest weather in decade (AFP, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfall in U.S. northeast (CBC News, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Seoul hit by heaviest snowfall on record (The Hankyoreh, South Korea, January 4, 2010)
2010 - U.S. December weather coldest since 2000 (Reuters, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Vermont city gets record snowfall, 32.5 inches (Boston Herald, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Vermonters embrace record snowfall (CNN, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Winter is coldest since 2003 (Helsingin Sanomat, Finland, January 4, 2010)
2010 - Arctic Blast Leaves Record Snowfall, Crop Worries In Wake (AHN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Arctic winds chill the South, threaten crops; blanket East in snow (The Canadian Press, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Austin to see coldest temperatures in nearly 15 years (Austin American-Statesman, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold, deadly weather grips most of U.S. (UPI, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Blamed for 4 TN Deaths (MyFox Memphis, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Cold weather: winter is chilliest 'in many people's memory (The Christian Science Monitor, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest Orange Bowl on Record in Miami (Fox News, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest spell in 30 years (Irish Independent, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Coldest U.S. Winter in 25 Years Predicted (International Business Times, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Florida cold snap threatens iguanas (UPI, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Hundreds Of Manatees Seek Warmer Water Amid Record Cold Snap (AHN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Iowa, Georgia Tech play in record cold (ESPN, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Much of U.S. Faces Record Cold Winter (CBN News, January 5, 2010)
2010 - North India Reels Under Cold Wave, 154 Dead (Outlook India, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Pensioners burn books for warmth (Metro, UK, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Record cold in West Palm Beach (The Palm Beach Post, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Shelters prep for influx as South Florida cold continues (Miami Herald, January 5, 2010)
2010 - UK faces coldest winter in 30 years of forecasts (The Guardian, UK, January 5, 2010)
2010 - Army to the rescue as record snowfall hits (Get Hampshire, January 6, 2010)
2010 - China cold front moves south; record low in Beijing (The Earth Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Snap Grips South, Record Snow in East (Fox News, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Stress Contributes To Record Number Manatee Deaths (WESH-TV Florida, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Causes Chaos across Europe, 122 Dead in Poland (Sofia News Agency, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Global cooling (The Irish Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Heavy snow slams Britain as European cold snap lingers, record temps registered in Scandinavia (The Canadian Press, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Florida Fights Fruit Freeze As Record Cold Descends (NPR, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Manatee deaths hit record numbers (Miami Herald, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Manatees huddle for warmth (WPTV Florida, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Over 1200 new cold and snow records set in the last week in the USA, more in progress (Watts Up With That?, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Polk Sees Another Night of Record Cold (The Ledger, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Record-breaking cold brings scattered damage to crops (St. Petersburg Times, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Record-breaking cold in Daytona Beach this morning, not over yet (Daytona Beach News-Journal, January 6, 2010)
2010 - Arctic Blast Providing Record Snowfall, Massive Disruptions In U.S. and Abroad (AHN, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Big Freeze Brings New Record Low Temperatures (The Chosun Ilbo, Korea, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Houston braces for coldest night since 1996 (The Houston Chronicle, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Midwest, South face bitter cold weather (USA Today, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Vermillion sees record snowfall (The Volante, January 7, 2010)
2010 - Weather-related death toll rises to 22 as Britain braces for coldest night yet (The Times, UK, January 7, 2010)
2010 - All of Britain covered by snow (Watts Up With That?, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Blizzard sweeps Southern Finland (Xinhua, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Germany braces for blizzard as Europe shivers (AFP, January 8, 2010)
2010 - National cold snap brutal; wind chills hitting 52 below (The Denver Post, January 8, 2010)
2010 - The Chilling Effect of Global Warming (The New American, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Think Antarctica Is Cold? Try America (Fox News, January 8, 2010)
2010 - Scots village coldest place as Antarctica comes to UK (The Press and Journal, UK, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Coldest weather since '96 (The Galveston County Daily News, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Florida's cold snap disaster for tropical wildlife (AFP, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Meteorologist predicts global cooling (WorldNetDaily, January 9, 2010)
2010 - The Deep Freeze of 2010 (CBS News, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Year off to coldest start since 1940 (The Huntsville Times, January 9, 2010)
2010 - Nine dead in Mexico from frigid weather (The Earth Times, January 10, 2010)
2010 - The mini ice age starts here (Daily Mail, UK, January 10, 2010)
2010 - 30 Years of Global Cooling Are Coming, Leading Scientist Says (Fox News, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave leaves 288 dead, north India faces intense chill (The Economic Times, India, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold Weather Blamed for Sea Turtle Deaths (KRGV-TV, Texas, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Florida utilities brace for record cold (UPI, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Frosty Florida sets record low temperatures (USA Today, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Record Cold in Miami as South Turns Icebox (Fox News, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfall hits north Germany (The Irish Times, January 11, 2010)
2010 - Cold brings 'absolute decimation' of fish (St. Petersburg Times, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold Records in Cuba, Bahamas, Central America (AccuWeather, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold water killing turtles, marine life (Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold weather to blame for dead birds (WALA-TV Alabama, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Could we be in for 30 years of global COOLING? (Daily Mail, UK, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Frozen iguanas (PhillyBurbs, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Miami's First Cold Weather Death Confirmed (NBC Miami, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Putin worries about 'global cooling' (UPI, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Thousands of snook die in cold Southwest Florida waters (The News-Press, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Vermont's January Already the Snowiest on Record (Skipressworld, January 12, 2010)
2010 - Cold snap kills thousands of crabs (The Independent, UK, January 13, 2010)
2010 - Death toll tops 300 as cold wave intensifies in India (The Earth Times, January 13, 2010)
2010 - Record cold temperatures recorded in Belize (The Guardian, Belize, January 14, 2010)
2010 - Too much snow forces resort to close (The Times, UK, January 16, 2010)
20 10 - Cold weather kills 26 patients at Cuban mental hospital (The Washington Examiner, January 15, 2010)
2010 - Flurries hit southeast Australia as towns record their first-ever summer snowfalls (The Canadian Press, January 18, 2010)
2010 - The South Florida cold snap kills 'millions' of fish (KeysNet, January 20, 2010)
2010 - A Record 5,000 Sea Turtles Cold-Stunned in Florida (OnEarth Magazine, January 21, 2010)
2010 - Cold killed record number of sea turtles (Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 21, 2010)
2010 - UK Under Snow as Seen from Space (University of Leicester, January 21, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave continues in northern India, 535 dead (Press Trust of India, January 24, 2010)
2010 - Death Toll Rises to 20 in Mexico Cold Wave (Latin American Herald Tribune, January 24, 2010)
2010 - At least three die as Siberian cold grips Bulgaria and Romania (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Bulgaria Sees Record Cold Temperatures (Sofia News Agency, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Cold snap kills 40 in eastern Europe (AFP, January 25, 2010)
2010 - Manatee death toll from cold tops 100 (Daytona Beach News-Journal, January 26, 2010)
2010 - 14 homeless Germans die from cold (Dawn, January 27, 2010)
2010 - Coral in Florida Keys suffers lethal hit from cold (Miami Herald, January 27, 2010)
2010 - Cold kills over 300 people in Ukraine (Kyiv Post, Ukraine, January 28, 2010)
2010 - Record snowfalls in northeast Germany (Radio Netherlands Worldwide, February 3, 2010)
2010 - U.S. Experiences Record Cold Winter (CBN News, February 1, 2010)
2010 - 49 states dusted with snow; Hawaii's the holdout (USA Today, February 11, 2010)
2010 - Washington sees record snowfall since 1899 (The Hindu, February 11, 2010)
2010 - 49 states with snow, 1180 new snowfall records set in the USA this past week (Watts Up With That?, February 13, 2010)
2010 - Northern Hemisphere Snow Extent Second Highest on Record (Watts Up With That?, February 17, 2010)
2010 - Moscow Covered by More Than Half Meter of Snow, Most Since 1966 (Business Week, February 21, 2010)
2010 - Record cold leads to record number of manatee deaths (Sport Fishing, March 23, 2010)
2010 - Record snow brings travel chaos in China, S.Korea (Bangkok Post, April 1, 2010)
2010 - Thousands of lambs and ewes die over the cold winter (BBC, April 19, 2010)
2010 - Deep freeze in China as S. Korea cleans up after record snow (Bangkok Post, May 1, 2010)
2010 - Stork chicks die in cold snap (The Straits Times, May 18, 2010)
2010 - 500 penguins die from cold (The Straits Times, June 16, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperature in Charlotte (The Charlotte Observer, July 3, 2010)
2010 - Melbourne still suffering through record cold snap (Herald Sun, Australia, July 3, 2010)
2010 - Parts of WA freeze through record cold (Farm Weekly, July 5, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures in San Diego County (The San Diego Union-Tribune, July 6, 2010)
2010 - Los Angeles enjoying record LOW temperatures (The Daily Caller, July 10, 2010)
2010 - Cold wave in Argentina forces shutdowns in gas powered industries (MercoPress, July 16, 2010)
2010 - Intense cold weather in Chile anticipates higher prices for fruits and vegetables (MercoPress, July 17, 2010)
2010 - Antarctic cold snap kills nine in Argentina (BBC, July 18, 2010)
2010 - Argentine Industries Face Gas Shortages as Cold Spurs Demand (Bloomberg Businessweek, July 19, 2010)
2010 - Deadly cold snap hits Argentina, Uruguay, Chile (The Christian Science Monitor, July 20, 2010)
2010 - Southern Cone frozen: 100 dead and thousands of cattle lost (MercoPress, July 22, 2010)
2010 - 175 people killed in South America cold spell (The Hindu, July 22, 2010)
2010 - Peruvians shiver through record cold winter (Earth Times, July 22, 2010)
2010 - Extreme cold kills hundreds of cattle; thousands at risk in Paraguay and Chile (MercoPress, July 23, 2010)
2010 - Peru declares emergency over cold weather (BBC, July 24, 2010)
2010 - Children suffer in Peru's big freeze (BBC, July 27, 2010)
2010 - July average maxima in San Francisco coolest since 1971 (Watts Up With That?, August 2, 2010)
2010 - Argentina Colder Than Antarctica Raises Power Imports (Bloomberg, August 3, 2010)
2010 - Santiago suffering the coldest July since 1908: 2 degrees below monthly average (MercoPress, August 3, 2010)
2010 - Snow in Brazil, below zero Celsius in the River Plate and tropical fish frozen (MercoPress, August 5, 2010)
2010 - Record snow fall for Mount Hotham (ABC News, Australia, August 24, 2010)
2010 - San Diego's second day of record low temperatures (The San Diego Union-Tribune, August 29, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures recorded in Long Beach, Santa Barbara (Los Angeles Times, August 30, 2010)
2010 - Record cold, wet month in central Australia (North Queensland Register, Australia, September 17, 2010)
2010 - Southern Transport loses sheds, roofs collapse under weight of snow (The Southland Times, New Zealand, September 20, 2010)
2010 - Paper: Global Cooling began in 2003 (Prison Planet, September 22, 2010)
2010 - Global Cooling and the New World Order (The Daily Telegraph, UK, September 26, 2010)
2010 - Record Cold in Alaska (WOOD-TV, September 29, 2010)
2010 - Coldest winter in 1,000 years on its way (RT, October 4, 2010)
2010 - Monday's low temperature breaks Oklahoma City 119-year-old record low for Oct. 4 (NewsOK, October 5, 2010)
2010 - New record low temperature set in Orlando breaks 31-year mark (Central Florida News 13, October 07, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperature set in Orlando for second straight day (Central Florida News 13, October 08, 2010)
2010 - Nor'easter drops record snow on Mount Mansfield (The Burlington Free Press, October 16, 2010)
2010 - Snow falls in Yorkshire - In October! (The Daily Telegraph, UK, October 20, 2010)
2010 - Cold spell breaks 8-year record (The Korea Herald, October 26, 2010)
2010 - Icy blast breaks October cold record with -6.6C (Metro, UK, October 26, 2010)
2010 - Bismarck gets record snowfall from October storm (The Bismark Tribune, October 27, 2010)
2010 - North-west Qld experiences record low temperatures (ABC News, Australia, November 4, 2010)
2010 - Record low temperatures across eastern Australia (Stock and Land, Australia, November 5, 2010)

I apologize for only having around 800 references and will work to get more.



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by Muckster

Doing a quick search on Google doesn’t make you (nor me) a climate expert... nor does being an editor for an amateur website

I never claimed to be a climate expert but these scientists clearly are,

John R. Christy, B.A. Mathematics, California State University (1973), M.S. Atmospheric Science, University of Illinois (1984), Ph.D. Atmospheric Science, University of Illinois (1987), NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal (1991), American Meteorological Society's Special Award (1996), Member, Committee on Earth Studies, Space Studies Board (1998-2001), Alabama State Climatologist (2000-Present), Fellow, American Meteorological Society (2002), Panel Member, Official Statement on Climate Change, American Geophysical Union (2003), Member, Committee on Environmental Satellite Data Utilization, Space Studies Board (2003-2004), Member, Committee on Surface Temperature Reconstructions for the last 2,000 years, National Research Council (2006), Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville (1991-Present), Director of the Earth System Science Center, University of Alabama in Huntsville (2000-Present), Contributor, IPCC (1992, 1994, 1996, 2007), Lead Author, IPCC (2001)

"I'm sure the majority (but not all) of my IPCC colleagues cringe when I say this, but I see neither the developing catastrophe nor the smoking gun proving that human activity is to blame for most of the warming we see." - John R. Christy


Patrick J. Michaels, A.B. Biological Sciences, University of Chicago (1971), S.M. Biology, University of Chicago (1975), Ph.D. Ecological Climatology, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1979), Research and Project Assistant, Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin (1976-1979), Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (1980-1986), Virginia State Climatologist (1980-2007), President, Central Virginia Chapter, American Meteorological Society (1986-1987), Executive Board, American Association of State Climatologists (1986-1989), Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (1986-1995), President, American Association of State Climatologists (1987-1988), Chair, Committee on Applied Climatology, American Meteorological Society (1988-1999), Senior Fellow in Environmental Studies, Cato Institute (1992-Present), Visiting Scientist, Marshall Institute (1996-Present), Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member, Association of American Geographers, Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (1996-Present), Contributor and Expert Reviewer, IPCC (1990, 1992, 1995, 2001, 2007)

"A number of studies point to sources other than greenhouse gases as explanations for the modest warming trend of the late 20th century." - Patrick J. Michaels


Richard S. Lindzen, A.B. Physics Magna Cum Laude, Harvard University (1960), S.M. Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1961), Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1964), Research Associate in Meteorology, University of Washington (1964-1965), NATO Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Institute for Theoretical Meteorology, University of Oslo (1965-1966), Research Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research (1966-1967), Visiting Lecturer in Meteorology, UCLA (1967), NCAR Outstanding Publication Award (1967), AMS Meisinger Award (1968), Associate Professor and Professor of Meteorology, University of Chicago (1968-1972), Summer Lecturer, NCAR Colloquium (1968, 1972, 1978), AGU Macelwane Award (1969), Visiting Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Tel Aviv University (1969), Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship (1970-1976), Gordon McKay Professor of Dynamic Meteorology, Harvard University (1972-1983), Visiting Professor of Dynamic Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1975), Lady Davis Visiting Professor, Department of Meteorology, The Hebrew University (1979), Director, Center for Earth and Planetary Physics, Harvard University (1980-1983), Robert P. Burden Professor of Dynamical Meteorology, Harvard University (1982-1983), AMS Charney Award (1985), Vikram Amblal Sarabhai Professor, Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India (1985), Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship (1986-1987), Distinguished Visiting Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA (1988-Present), Sackler Visiting Professor, Tel Aviv University (1992), Landsdowne Lecturer, University of Victoria (1993), Bernhard Haurwitz Memorial Lecturer, American Meteorological Society (1997), Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow, American Geophysical Union, Fellow, American Meteorological Society, Member, Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Member, National Academy of Sciences, Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1983-Present), Lead Author, IPCC (2001)

"Given that the evidence strongly implies that anthropogenic warming has been greatly exaggerated, the basis for alarm due to such warming is similarly diminished." - Richard S. Lindzen


Roy W. Spencer, B.S. Atmospheric Sciences, University of Michigan (1978), M.S. Meteorology, University of Wisconsin (1980), Ph.D. Meteorology, University of Wisconsin (1982), Research Scientist, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin (1982-1984), Senior Scientist for Climate Studies, Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA (1984-2001), MSFC Center Director's Commendation (1989), U.S. Team Leader, Multichannel Imaging Microwave Radiometer (MIMR) Team, NASA (1992-Present), Team Leader, AMSR-E Science Team, NASA (1994-Present), NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal (1991), American Meteorological Society's Special Award (1996), Principal Research Scientist, Earth System Science Center, University of Alabama in Huntsville (2001-Present)

"As a climate researcher, I am increasingly convinced that most of our recent global warming has been natural, not manmade." - Roy W. Spencer


S. Fred Singer, BEE, Ohio State University (1943), A.M. Physics, Princeton University (1944), Ph.D. Physics, Princeton University (1948), Research Physicist, Upper Atmosphere Rocket Program, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University (1946-1950), Scientific Liaison Officer, U.S. Office of Naval Research (1950-1953), White House Commendation for Early Design of Space Satellites (1954), Director, Center for Atmospheric and Space Physics, and Professor of Physics, University of Maryland (1953-1962), Visiting Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Cal Tech (1961-1962), First Director, National Weather Satellite Center (1962-1964), First Dean of the School of Environmental and Planetary Sciences, University of Miami (1964-1967), Deputy Assistant Secretary (Water Quality and Research), U.S. Department of the Interior (1967-1970), Deputy Assistant Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1970-1971), Federal Executive Fellow, The Brookings Institution (1971), Professor of Environmental Science, University of Virginia (1971-1994), U.S. National Academy of Sciences Exchange Scholar, Soviet Academy of Sciences Institute for Physics of the Earth (1972), Member, Governor of Virginia Task Force on Transportation (1975), First Sid Richardson Professor, Lyndon Baines Johnson School for Public Affairs, University of Texas (1978), Vice Chairman and Member, National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmospheres (1981-1986), Senior Fellow, The Heritage Foundation (1982-1983), Member, U.S. Department of State Science Advisory Board (Oceans, Environment, Science) (1982-1987), Member, Acid Rain Panel, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (1982-1987), Member, NASA Space Applications Advisory Committee (1983-1985), Member, U.S. Department of Energy Nuclear Waste Panel (1984), Visiting Eminent Scholar, George Mason University (1984-1987), Chief Scientist, U.S. Department of Transportation (1987-1989), Member, White House Panel on U.S.-Brazil Science and Technology Exchange (1987), Distinguished Research Professor, Institute for Space Science and Technology (1989-1994), Guest Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Smithsonian Institute (1991), Guest Scholar, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institute (1991), Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University (1992-1993), Distinguished Research Professor, Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University (1994-2000), Commendation for Research on Particle Clouds, NASA (1997), Research Fellow, Independent Institute (1997), Director and President, The Science and Environmental Policy Project (1989-Present)

"We see no evidence in the climate record that the increase in CO2, which is real, has any appreciable effect on the global temperature." - S. Fred Singer


Sherwood B. Idso, B.S. Physics Cum Laude, University of Minnesota (1964), M.S. Soil Science, University of Minnesota (1966), Ph.D. Soil Science, University of Minnesota (1967), Research Assistant in Physics, University of Minnesota (1962), National Defense Education Act Fellowship (1964-1967), Research Soil Scientist, U.S. Water Conservation Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (1967-1974), Editorial Board Member, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Journal (1972-1993), Secretary, American Meteorological Society, Central Arizona Chapter (1973-1974), Vice-Chair, American Meteorological Society, Central Arizona Chapter (1974-1975), Research Physicist, U.S. Water Conservation Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (1974-2001), Chair, American Meteorological Society, Central Arizona Chapter (1975-1976), Arthur S. Flemming Award (1977), Secretary, Sigma Xi - The Research Society, Arizona State University Chapter (1979-1980), President, Sigma Xi - The Research Society, Arizona State University Chapter (1980-1982), Member, Task Force on "Alternative Crops", Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (1983), Adjunct Professor of Geography and Plant Biology, Arizona State University (1984-2007), Editorial Board Member, Environmental and Experimental Botany Journal (1993-Present), Member, Botanical Society of America, Member, American Geophysical Union, Member, American Society of Agronomy, President, Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change (2001-Present)

"I find no compelling reason to believe that the earth will necessarily experience any global warming as a consequence of the ongoing rise in the atmosphere's carbon dioxide concentration." - Sherwood B. Idso



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 12:58 PM
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Obviously your quick response proves that this is information you have collated over a period of time, ready to use in a situation such as this.

So, on the surface, it may look like some kind of victory... it may even make you feel a bit smug and maybe superior... it could even make the odd sceptic, who views you post, think "Hell yeah... go team sceptics" while performing an air punch...

However, it proves nothing because, as i mentioned before, a quick search on Google can provide just as many sites and stories that counter your argument which is all volume and no content.


Peace.


edit on 8-11-2010 by Muckster because: I am the editor



posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 01:10 PM
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However, it proves nothing because, as i mentioned before, a quick search on Google can provide just as many sites and stories that counter your argument which is all volume and no content.

I don't think so. What it is, is overwhelming evidence that the average person is not being told the whole story.



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