Winter of 2010
The winter of 2009-2010 has been one of the coldest on record, dumbfounding "global warming" advocates who believe the Earth's temperature is increasing.
In China and North America, the unexpectedly cold weather has caused deaths and structural damage. Several cities in China have reported the heaviest snowfall since 1951.
In Europe, the cold snap has been even more dramatic. 90 people have frozen to death and many major airports, including Heathrow Airport in London, 11 other major airports in the UK, and Berling-Tegel in Berlin have been shut down until the weather abates. 40% of flights out of Charles de Gaulle in Paris have been cancelled.
In many place, the winter of 2009-2010 is the coldest on record, and meteorologists expect the record-breaking to continue into February.
Global warming advocates have been unable to explain this dramatic weather system.