I will explain myself since it looks that I am misunderstood.
There will be no global cooling.
The bombastic news like this are created only because they are selling newspapers. However there is little science behind claims like this one.
I will expain in detail when I have enough time.
It's still going in the direction of "warm" but like I said with the stock market analogy, it's hardly a straight line when something recalibrates. This is inherent in the theory of global warming--that some areas will cool but the overarching direction is warm.
Interestingly, the Canadian province/territory border north of Manitoba/Saskatchewan was chosen based off of the treeline, which of course was based off of the permafrost.
The treeline has moved ginormously (to use official terminology) because the permafrost border is dramatically shifting. The political border is eons away from the treeline now, in a matter of two decades.
*You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
*Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
hmm...could it be that there's little science behind the research grants?
Or is there actually hope for beach front property without having to move?!?
Well, you see, on the geo-political stage, island nations like Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, Tuvalu and so forth are the most ardent about taking steps toward environmental protection. This is because they don't need to trust abstract figures from distant scientists, since instead, anyone that's lived there for a long period of time has watched the water slowly swallow the islands. Their beach property is going to be no property at all, and you'd be very hard pressed to convince them global warming isn't happening.
Go to sleep, iguana.
INTP. Type 1>6>5. sx/sp. Live and let live will just amount to might makes right
Anyhow, 'global warming' can cause the opposite to happen. It can cause cooling in certain regions, because climate can affect the conveyor belt of heat-moving currents in the North Atlantic Ocean, which in turn affect temperatures in certain regions.
I once watched a show, that predicted, if climate change is indeed true, that Europe could be heading into somewhat of an 'iceage' (a relentless winter)
Ocean currents are complex things though, and the 'pump' can be turned off by other things apart from a rising temperature/melting ice. There are so many factors to consider when talking about climate.