[Coral-List] La Nina and global warming (dfenner dfenner) (EugeneShinn)
oveh at uq.edu.au
Thu Nov 11 17:48:54 EST 2010
Well said John. We need to remain dedicated to our role and training as
scientists, relying on the best data from the most reputable sources,
and not on what Art said or "what I saw on the internet last week".
(Maintaining a healthy scepticism to the last of course!)
Global Change Institute
University of Queensland
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> Possibly it just comes down to whose numbers you want to believe.
> Lets just see what this winter brings.
Yeah, that is indeed a tough call Gene. Numbers from an essay by Art
the former TV weather guy OR numbers from NASA and NOAA.
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