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Evidence of Global Warming Expands, June 2010 Hottest June Ever, 2010 on Track to be Hottest Year Ever

Posted Aug 04 2010 8:00am

The scientific episode known colloquially as Climategate, which was hailed by deniers of global warming as proof that there’s nothing wrong with exceeding 350 parts per million of carbon in our atmosphere, has ended with total defeat for the skeptics. While the well-intended scientists at the University of East Anglia were clumsy in their communication, their work remains above reproach and the timing of the vindication of their work couldn’t be better.

According to NASA and NOAA, June 2010 was the hottest June in the history of meteorological records (measured as a global average), the first 6 months of this calendar year were the hottest 6 months ever and, unless we have an early hemispheric blizzard which mirrors the scope and precipitation of the massive storms which blanketed much of North America this past winter, 2010 will be the hottest year ever.

Up until the findings released by NASA and NOAA a few weeks ago, there was reason to be guardedly optimistic that the worst effects of global warming would be gradual in their arrival because harsh winters continue to strike vast stretches of terrain. Now, even if such patterns continue, the breadth and intensity of heat waves are growing with such rapidity that it will become impossible to predict anything but a massive increase in global average temperatures throughout the year and on every continent.

The origins and themes of my blog make it crystal clear that I know the truth about global warming. However, I have conceded many times in my writings that some skeptics mean well and do not hold their convictions out of a wholesale acceptance of propaganda funded by advocates of the status quo. Now, however, in light of these damning new statistics, I have little tolerance for anyone who asserts that global warming is a myth or that its main causes occur naturally.


Humanity is the main cause of global warming and if we don’t take definitive action today, right now, as you read this, billions of people and species of wildlife, yes, billions, will pay for our ignorance with their lives.

Let’s stop the madness while we still can!

Fomenting the Triple Bottom Line

Corbett Kroehler

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