I'm not even saying global warming doesn't exist. I personally believe that is / will get warmer regardless of what we do. As I said at the end of my post, theoretically we should be seeing global warming since we are still in the end of an Ice Age. And through the other 4 (or more) Ice Ages, the planet warmed. My point was more along the lines of the data set is no where near big enough. We typically think of a 100 years as a long, because our frame of reference is our life time. But dinosaurs roamed the earth for more then 100x the amount of time that man has. If the temperature drops next year everyone will through it away as an outlier. I'm saying that when an ice age can last 100 million years that a 150 years can be an outlier. What brought this whole post up was just because it was cooler for a for a couple of years all of a sudden some scientists were going to global cooling. And if its cooler for the next 10 years all of them will be. Even though that could still very well be an outlier as well.
As for the article.. The article as a whole supports global warming. I linked the second page because it has several different temperature graphs covering the period since man has been recording temperature. Every temperature graph has trends periods of cooling as well as warming. So now as soon as we have temperatures drop for a a couple of years, now we have reports like the Russian scientists that are now predicting global cooling.
I'm not saying we don't need to take care of the environment. After living in densely populated areas live Southern California and Japan I've seen how poor the air quality is. I'm all for renewable energy, because man will likely outlive natural resources at our current consumption rate. I could go on but you get the point. I'm done with global warming... cooling... climate change. Whatever. I'm just done with the climate change / global warming / global cooling talk.
Thats my point.... In our lifetime, we won't see. I'll be gone in 50 years or less, if I could stick around for say, 50,000.... Maybe we would.