Global Warming Goes South


Global Warming Goes South

2013 has proved to be an unlucky year for the passengers wallowing in the Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming gravy boat.

Mother Nature has [yet again] demonstrated that Global Warming has Gone South.

Go South

Evidently, the “science case” for “warming” and “climate change” is proving “difficult to predict”.

The little explored subantarctic islands in the Southern Ocean have experienced some of the most significant warming.

The response of the rich biodiversity in the region to change remains a major area of research, particularly because many of the plants and animals found on and around the islands are subject to numerous pressures.

The region is a complex and finely balanced system, with some of the islands still recovering from industrial-scale hunting of whales, seals and penguins.

Add climate change into the mixture and the future remains difficult to predict.

This is hardly surprising because there is no scientific case that…

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