A nice point

Friday, September 15, 2006
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."


Knucklehead said...

No wonder I'm sittin' here with chilly tootsies! And married to a woman who won't allow the heat to be turned on until Oct. 15 (she doesn't come from a military family - I don't know, so don't ask).

Skookumchuk said...


In winter, mine is either in energy conservation let's all put on sweaters mode or she just cranks the heat up to about 107. She always keeps me guessing as to what the order of the day will be.