Mešalhitinn į jöršinni allri skiptir aušvitaš mestu mįli.

Deilurnar um loftslagsbreytingar hafa žvķ mišur alltof mikiš snśist um tölur frį einstökum stöšum eša löndum, en ekki um mešaltöl frį jöršinni allri.  

Gott dęmi um žaš aš einblķna į einstaka staši mįtti finna ķ blašagreinum ķ Morgunblašinu ķ hittešfyrra, žar sem hitinn į Stórhöfša sķšustu įratuginn sżndu, aš allt tal um hlżnun lofthjśps jaršar vęri žvęttingur, eša falsfréttir eins og Trump oršaši žaš. 

Einhver tęknileg atriši ollu žvķ aš sķšari hluti žessa pistils fęst ašeins birtur į ensku og er bešist velviršingar į žvķ.

The last example of a biased perspective was when the figures and graphs of Trausti Jónsson were published here recently, which showed the evolution of the temperature in Iceland on either side of the 2000s.

The graphs showed similar warming in the first era, the 20th century and then in the last 30 years.

Between these periods there was a rather short period of cooling, but it was noted that the beginning and end of the first era were colder than the beginning and end of the second.

Thus, overall, the coldest years inside the first period were colder than the coldest years in the second period.

But the cold-hearted believers were quick to say that, overall, there had been no warming.

Now, all the computer projections of global warming up to the turn of the century show two or three regions on Earth, where the fiery red color, which is on almost the entire Earth, is not, but a light blue color.

One of these light blue areas covers the Iceland and the area southwest of the country.

As a result, it is not good Latin to make Iceland alone, let alone Big Head alone, an all-encompassing symbol for the whole earth.

The above light blue areas include arguments, which have been mentioned many times on this page and need not be repeated, which is the effect of clean and cold solvent water from melting glaciers on the waters into which this water flows.


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Bloggfęrslur 21. aprķl 2023

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