Saturday, 12 November 2011

Arctic temperatures and ice-why it is all about natural variability. Joe D`Aleo

                     Leading American meterologist Joe D`Aleo analyses the changing Arctic temperatures and concludes it is all due to natural variability and has nothing to do with humans. He states "The Arctic temperature and Arctic ice extent varies in a very predictable 60-70 year cycle that relates to ocean cycles which are likely driven by solar changes" He went on to relate that Nasa scientists in 2007 reported that after years of research they had data showing that normal decade long changes in Arctic ocean currents driven by a circulation known as the Arctic Oscillation were largely responsible for the major Arctic climate shifts.  Read more:  

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