June 4, 2009

Skeptics From Around the Globe


Dr Rosa Compagnucci, Leading Researcher at CONICET, professor Department of Atmosphere Sciences in the University of Buenos Aires, Member of the IPCC Working Group II and specialist on the "El Niño" phenomenon.

"Is global warming something unusual, say, the last two thousand years?...There was a global warming in medieval times, during the years between 800 and 1300. And that made Greenland, now covered with ice, christened with a name [by the Vikings] that refers to land green: 'Greenland.’”


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