Read it and weep (or better, laugh): this story from the Washington Post on Jan. 28th:
This winter’s extreme weather — with heavy snowfall in some places and unusually low temperatures — is in fact a sign of how climate change disrupts long-standing patterns, according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation.
“Climate change” in the article, of course, is Global Warming, not a new Ice Age.
I’m a Post subscriber but somehow missed that story last Thursday– I thank two Web sites I visit– Anthony Watts’s “Watts Up With That?” and Steve MacIntyre’s “Climate Audit”— for bringing it to my attention.
Well, perhaps the NWF has some expertise on climate science? Both Watts and MacIntyre (and others) have noted that the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), in a recent official report on AGW(anthropogenic global warming) based some of their “science” statements on material from NWF, and also from WWF (World Wildlife Fund). And even (Watts cites Britain’s Telegraph paper for this): The United Nations’ expert panel on climate change based claims about ice disappearing from the world’s mountain tops on a student’s dissertation and an article in a mountaineering magazine.
The Telegraph story was on Jan. 30th; it doesn’t say which month’s issue of Climbing magazine was the IPCC’s scientific source.