Re: [asa] Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global Cooling--Reasons for doubt

From: David Bowman <>
Date: Tue Mar 04 2008 - 16:18:20 EST

>On Tue, 4 Mar 2008, <> wrote:
>> A website I found with a videocam at the North Pole had a
>> statement of a researcher who said that a temperature increase is
>> not the cause of ice melt but a change in the prevailing winds,
>> bringing warm southerly winds across the ice cap. This is not
>> mentioned by the GW crowd.
> Don't the warm southerly winds cause a temperature increase, and
> isn't a change in the prevailing winds an example of climate
> change?
>Gordon Brown (ASA member)
Also it is a geometric fact that *all* winds crossing the North Pole
are always southerly winds, regardless of which direction they happen
to blow.
David Bowman

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