Short answer: not bloody likely. At least not in my lifetime.
When “if it bleeds, it leads” falls flat, this is the kind of sensationalist reporting that you get. It’s a good thing that we aren’t paying for content, I’d hate to actually pay for this kind of drivel.
I only know enough about climate science to know that there’s a whole lot we don’t yet know about it. This article just confirms that view.
Some useful statistics on “one of the most lethal flu outbreaks in recorded history.” Reading that should calm all but the most germophobic people.
“Warm ocean, hurricane increases down to clean skies,” according to the subtitle. Hm, I wonder what NASA’s climate experts would say about that?
Global warming? Probably. Man-made global warming? It’s looking increasingly unlikely.
I thought the whole point to science was questioning assumptions to find the truth? I hate to be classed as a Global Warming denialist (there seems to be some decent evidence that it’s happening), but there’s a distinctly over-ripe odor around the subject.
A lesson in Bad Science from NASA (predictably on Global Warming again): if the facts get in the way of your favorite theory, ignore the facts.
More information on NASA’s temperature data, and why it points to a major global warming trend despite the Earth actually being in a twenty-year-long “cooling period.”