Shifting of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation from its warm mode to cool mode assures global cooling for the next three decades.
Don J. Easterbrook, Dept. of Geology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
Arctic sea ice extent on July 16 stood at 8.91 million square kilometers (3.44 million square miles). While extent was below the 1979 to 2000 average of 9.91 square kilometers (3.83 million square miles), it was 1.05 million square kilometers (0.41 million square miles) above the value for July 16, 2007. (NSIDC)And
Nutty Story of the Day: “Global Warming” is Killing the Penguins in Antarctica -- At the very least, let’s check the temperature in Antarctica, It’s winter there. Hmmm. Warmest temperature is -6° C
Eventually the facts will catch up with the likes of the Goracle, even the media can't stop it. They will simply flip as if they knew it all along.