Tim Blair


New Criterion



Tuesday, October 12, 2004
If you're hit by an anomaly, you should change direction.

Unless you're promoting the Human-induced Climate Warming with Dire Consequences doctrine. In that case, you just walk over it, and walk faster.
Climate experts have cautioned that a reported consecutive annual jump in the quantity of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere might be an anomaly, without ruling out it was a sign of rapid global warming.

Climate experts said that the figures may be an anomaly but that they raised the alarm that climate change may be happening faster than previously believed and that governments around the world should take notice.