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More hot years after 2009: British study


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http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2007/08...al-warming.html

British scientists are predicting global warming will stall over the next few years before returning with record-setting temperatures after 2009.

From 2010, they warn that every year has at least a 50-per-cent chance of being warmer than 1998, the warmest on record.

Researchers at England's Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research in Exeter say their study is based on new computer models for predicting climate change.

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Well i think it,s just about time to find a nice cool underground cave to move into for the summer instead of the usual lake side cottage! And if global warming continues to make things hotter year round, then we should consider building everything deep enough underground including homes and buisnesses! Crazy idea? mabey! But if temps keep getting up there it,s worth a thought or two don,t ya think? ;)

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Well they are way ahead of you in Cooper pedy, Australia.

They've got underground everything. Churches, hotels, cafes the works.

But they get 50 degree C. days there.

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They also predicted this year to be biggest Hurricane season, does not look that way to me.

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From 2010, they warn that every year has at least a 50-per-cent chance of being warmer than 1998, the warmest on record.

No kidding. Everything has a 50/50 chance of happening...either it will happen or it won't. BAH!

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