Friday, 18 September 2009

Specialist subject the bleedin' obvious

"Among the reasons for the less drastic melt are that Arctic temperatures have been cooler this year than last, researchers said, and that winds have helped disperse sea ice across the region." - 

So "researchers" say that the reason the Arctic ice isn't melting so much, is that it's colder.  You know, sometimes I wish I'd stuck with the scientific research game.  So much money, and quoted on the BBC, for being able to spot such a deep causal relationship... 

1 comment:

Sally said...

ROTFL..... thanks I needed a laugh.