The Unreported Global Cooling Event of 2007
19 Jul 2007 13:47 GMT
The real driver behind the weather events of this summer
Global Coolling Composite
Whenever I mention the great global cooling event that has taken place in recent months, people either insist, very dogmatically it turns out, that, no, we have just global warming, or they will insist that hurricanes sucked the heat out of the oceans. Therefore, to document this global cooling event I have composed the following composite image.
The image begins in November of 2006 at the end of the hurricane season. As you can see by the yellows and orange and red colors the oceans remained warmer than normal at the end of the hurricane season. This remained pretty much the case in December of 2006 and January of 2007 (images 2 and 3). It was in late spring that a major global cooling event took place, with a dramatic plunge in ocean temperatures taking place in March and April, as you can see from both the disappearing reds and oranges and also from the deep blues. As you know from about May onwards there have been dramatic weather patterns exhibited, which people insist are caused by global warming, when in actual fact it is all linked to a global cooling event which occurred world wide and was not linked to hurricanes, since this took place outside the hurricane season, and the hurricanes, while they do remove heat from the oceans, do not remove that much heat on a world wide scale as you can tell by studying the above images.