The Corner on National Review Online: "How much warmer was that Summer? 0.23 degrees Centigrade. Missed it by a whisker, eh? Well, remember that all the warming over the twentieth century amount to 0.6 degrees C and that, as I point out in my article today, even a fully implemented and enforced Kyoto Protocol would avert just 0.07 degrees C in warming by 2050. In other words, this Summer was colder than 1936 by three Kyotos."
Friday, September 15, 2006
Posted by Charlie Martin at 12:10 PM