May 8, 2009

Skeptics From Around the Globe


Benjamin Herman-Former Director of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and Head of the the Department of Atmoshpheric Sciences University of Arizona

“It is interesting that all of the AGW (anthropogenic global warming) stories concerning Antarctica are always about what’s happening around the [western] peninsula, which seems to be the only place on Antarctica that has shown warming. “How about the net ‘no change’ or ‘cooling’ over the rest of the continent, which is probably about 95% of the land mass, not to mention the record sea ice coverage recently?”


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