Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh
Phil Chapman April 23, 2008
THE scariest photo I have seen on the internet is www.spaceweather.com, where you will find a real-time image of the sun from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, located in deep space at the equilibrium point between solar and terrestrial gravity.
What is scary about the picture is that there is only one tiny sunspot.
Disconcerting as it may be to true believers in global warming, the average temperature on Earth has remained steady or slowly declined during the past decade, despite the continued increase in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, and now the global temperature is falling precipitously. Read More
This isn’t something you are likely to see widely published, especially during the Global Warming Holiday that is Earth Day. Chapman brings up several interesting arguments as to why global cooling is more imminent than global warming. The main point that everyone should get, however, is that nobody really knows what the climate is going to do except change, because it has always changed.