Belfast Telegraph 
Tuesday, Sept 22nd, 2009
I notice some medical experts are alarmed that global warming may have an effect on health.
I am not a medical expert, but I am a scientist dealing in climate facts – not suppositions.
The four major global temperature-tracking outlets (Hadley UK, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, University of Alabama-Huntsville and Remote Sensing Systems, Santa Rosa) have released updated information showing 2007 global cooling, ranging from 0.65C to 0.75C, a value which is large enough to erase nearly all the global-warming recorded over the last 100 years. This occurred in a single year (click www.climaterealists.com).
In addition, the alarm of some people over the Arctic ice-caps is misplaced.
In the Arctic, some 10 million square kilometres of sea ice melts each summer.