Saturday, August 28, 2010

Hottest year in Canada!

The hottest year in Canada is predicted to be 2010 if current trends continue into the fall. The record was last in 1998 when the temperature was just 2.5 degrees above normal all year round, and  so far this year the weather is 3.5 degrees above normal since January to July. If the trends continue for the rest of the year than we should see our weather being the hottest year on record. This is proof again that global warming is happening the climate is changing and in total it creates an increase in are weather above normal temperature. This proves that we need to act on global warming before some effects are to late to reverse. We still have time to stop many harmful effects, but arguing about science that is right in front of you isn't going to help us act.

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2 comments:

  1. Email this info to the right wing radio hack in Ottawa Lowell Green at CFRA who continues to say on his radio program that it is getting colder year to year.

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  2. "...This is proof again that global warming is happening..."

    Western Canada has had the coolest summer this year. Proof of global cooling.

    "This proves that we need to act on global warming before some effects are to late to reverse."

    Take your rant to China if you think something needs to be done. Easy enough to be critical in "easy Canada" where you don't have to face any wrath. Besides, I thought you libs were pf the opinion that weather wasn't climate??

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