Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Surface Temperatures July-December 2009
These charts come from NASA. You know, the guys who walked on the moon. These show the surface temperatures for the second half of 2009. Red means warm, blue means cold, yadda yadda.
You'll notice two things about these maps. One, the continental United States was abnormally cold, relative to the rest of the world. There's a "rest of the world?" Yes! I know it sounds so strange, but this "world" really exists. I've been on airplanes. I've seen it.
Two, and this is the important part, the hottest temps are in the arctic region. This is in keeping with global warming theory. As carbon dioxide levels rise, the greatest temperature increases will occur at the poles. The arctic ice cap is melting, and it's melting fast.
You greedy, selfish fools have hurled your grandchildren into the grave.