IS global warming headed for extinction? Time keeps proving the computer models wrong.
Hold the wake for the polar bears - and coal.
"Earth has gained 19,000 Manhattans of sea ice since this date last year, the largest increase on record," wrote skeptic Steve Goddard on Saturday.
"There is more sea ice now than there was on this date in 2002."
Then there is Al Gore, who won a Nobel Prize mainly for linking global warming to hurricanes.
Days after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005, Gore exploited it.
"Now, the scientific community is warning us that the average hurricane will continue to get stronger because of global warming," Gore told the Sierra Club.
"A scientist at MIT has published a study well before this tragedy showing that since the 1970s, hurricanes in both the Atlantic and the Pacific have increased in duration, and in intensity, by about 50 percent."
But hurricane activity has died down in recent years.
"Andrew Revkin reported in the New York Times, leaked drafts of the forthcoming Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change seem to reflect a reduced scientific certainty that global warming will make storms stronger and more frequent," reported Time magazine this month.
When IPCC officials and Gore received that Nobel Prize they shared in 2007, why did the IPCC officials not take Gore aside and correct him?
Gore has not in the six years since the prize toned down his rhetoric.
Recall what Nobel physicist Richard Feynman said of theories.
"If it disagrees with experiment, it is wrong," Feynman said.