The other hockey stick

It's official: it's a scientific fact.
All four major global temperature tracking outlets (Hadley, NASA's GISS, UAH, RSS) have released updated data. All show that over the past year, global temperatures have dropped precipitously.

A compiled list of all the sources can be seen here. The total amount of cooling ranges from 0.65C up to 0.75C -- a value large enough to wipe out nearly all the warming recorded over the past 100 years. All in one year's time. For all four sources, it's the single fastest temperature change ever recorded, either up or down.
See: we only have about 200 years of measured-by-instrument temperature data, so we don't really know how the weather pattern of the planet works.

Here's what I mean by that: let's assume for a second that the naturalist view of cosmology is right and the Earth is 4+ billion years old, having been habitable for about 3+ billion years. To observe only 200 years worth of weather pattern data -- particularly temperature data -- is to observe only 0.00000666666666667% of all the possible data points during the 3 billion years of habitable planet.

To put that into perspective, there are 604,800 seconds in a week. If you blink your eye, that lasts about 0.4 seconds -- but 0.00000667% of a week is 0.0403 seconds. Our recorded observations of the planet's temperature are for less than a blink-of-an-eye's worth of total possible observations.

But that's not even the worst part. When we're talking about climate change, we're talking about measured changes in the range of 0.3 to 0.75 degrees -- and in the last 200 years, how much of that time has been spent measuring the temperature outside with thermometers which are accurate to a full degree?

So when the "science" data scribbles out a hockey stick, but now in what is apparently the wrong direction, let's not start hording canned food and bullets. It is not the end of the world -- it's just the end of another apocalytic hoax.