Browsing the Internet I saw an article titled “Arctic Icecap Grows” on NASA's site. NASA photos clearly showed the Arctic cap had grown at least 60 percent in the past year. No scientist, individual or group had predicted this. NASA's chief meteorologist was stunned and amazed by the photos. When asked if similar findings were true of the Antarctic ice cap, he said its cap had receded to its smallest size in 1979 but had grown each decade since. He went on to remark that global temperatures had remained virtually unchanged for the past 15 years. No scientist, meteorologist, climatologist or lay person had predicted such an event — not even Al Gore!
Weather data measuring and recording on a worldwide scale has only been done for the past 50 to 100 years. It's unscientific to use such limited data as an extrapolation technique to predict temperature change on a scale that climate changers do. It violates the rules of extent and duration. Probably the three most important elements controlling our weather are the sun, the ocean and volcanoes.
Gary Reynolds, Norman