Professor Sinninghe Damste’s research, as discussed on the site of the Dutch Organization of Scientific Research (DOSR) — a governmental body — shows that the icecap of Kilimanjaro was not the result of cold air but of large amounts of precipitation which fell at the beginning of the Holocene period, about 11,000 years ago.
The melting and freezing of moisture on top of Kilimanjaro appears to be part of “a natural process of dry and wet periods.” The present melting is not the result of “environmental damage caused by man.”
Guess that Al Gore's going to come up with a new talking point - HA! I kid, I kid. He'll ignore it completely, of course. Doesn't fit the religious orthodoxy. It's too good an iconic image for proselytizing efforts. Can't confuse the faithful, no?
Eppur e' meno umido.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.