Thursday, October 13, 2005

We don't know Jack!

Today on Slashdot, the headline read 2005 Will Probably be Warmest on Record.

Another article I saw said: "The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration projects a 0.4 percent colder winter in the lower 48 states, in terms of heating degree-days relative to normal winter weather, which would be 3.2 percent colder than last winter," the EIA said in its annual winter fuels outlook report.

So which is it, the warmest on record or slightly colder (0.4% colder than normal = 3.2% colder than last year)?

1 comment:

Jeff S. said...

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