EPA Continues To Spread Misinformation

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41579346/ns/us_news-environment/

The EPA statement is grossly misleading. There has been no warming in Alaska since 1978, and a sharp decrease in temperatures over the last five years.

According to the University Of Alaska : “since 1977 little additional warming has occurred in Alaska”

http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/ClimTrends/Change/TempChange.html

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7 Responses to EPA Continues To Spread Misinformation

  1. Mike Davis says:

    What else can you expect from the EPA? They need to be creative to justify and increase their budget just like all the other government agencies out to save human kind from human kind!
    Next week the bill will be passed requiring you to have training wheels on your bicycle or convert it to a three wheeler for safety reasons.

  2. suyts says:

    Damn, I knew lying POS, but I didn’t realize how boldface the lying POSs they really were. 3 times the rate………

  3. Ralph says:

    At 9:11pm EST every city in Alaska, except Sand Point in below freezing. Where’s this big thaw?

    Ain’t the internet great for getting information??

  4. etudiant says:

    Why slam the poor people at the EPA?
    It may well be quite true what they say. There was a positive anomaly in the Alaskan temperatures, about 1.5*F, which was 3 times that visible in the lower 48, so about 0.5*F.
    That anomaly is now disappearing.
    We’ve seen the global warming, unfortunately, as we are now entering a period of global cooling.

  5. Hal says:

    It’s time to gut the Economic Prevention Agency!

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