Comments 90-93 at Introducing Real Climate (RC) Forum
-- 90 at RC ... The statement by NOAA that heat waves will become
more likely and progressively more intense over the course of decades
is an admission that rapid global warming is occurring.
-- 91 at RC ..., maybe there really is hope! ...
-- 92 at RC ... Maybe there is hope but that would not excuse NOAA
administrators and National Weather Service supervisors who
intentionally ignored or misled the public on climate/hydrologic
change and global warming for more than six years. Their failure to
tell the truth was a criminal act which will have severe and long
lasting consequences to the world. Those at fault should be held
accountable. Do you agree?
-- 93 at RC ... You bet I agree! On the other hand, it is important
for these folks to put aside ideology and address the science. There
seems to be a simmering revolt among government scientists in
departments where they have been muzzled. Also, I suspect that Rove
and friends are reading the pole numbers about global warming.
--- In ClimateArchive@yahoogroups.com, ...> wrote:
"NOAA scientists add that no single episode of extreme heat can be
blamed exclusively on human-induced global warming, but instead heat
waves will become more likely and progressively more intense over the
course of decades."
The statement by NOAA that heat waves will become more likely and
progressively more intense over the course of decades is an admission
that rapid global warming is occurring.
NOAA news also says:
... The agency also reported that the first seven months of 2006 was
the warmest January-July of any year the United States since records
began in 1895. And, the scorching temperatures, combined with a
shortage of rainfall, expanded moderate-to-extreme drought conditions
in areas already hard hit.
Table showing All-Time-Record High Temperature set in July 2006 at:
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