Across the United States, cities are experiencing low or record low temperatures. Some people are experiencing 48 degree (9 Celsius) weather in the morning and 70 degree (21 Celsius) weather throughout the day.

Many scientists who disagree with man-made global warming say this is another example of the global warming alarmism. Marc Morano, who runs Climate Depot, says that the Earth's temperatures flows from cool to warm and that it is natural climate change. He further discussed, "The reason Climate Depot is covering this is because every heat wave, every extreme storm, everything the media tries to promote when it's the other way -- every hurricane, every drought, flood...they always blame everything on global warming. So, all we are merely doing is pointing out some of the dramatic record low temperatures -- dramatic to the point where some meteorologists have dubbed 2009 the year without a summer."

Climate Depot also made a light-hearted remark about Nashville, home of former United States Vice-President and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Al Gore, which is experiencing record low temperatures.

Mr. Morano also remarks that while the country is experiencing global cooling, Washington recently passed their "cap-and-trade" legislation to curb man-made global warming.

For years now, scientists across the globe have suggested that the Earth is experiencing global cooling. One of the first to come across this was Russian scientist Dr. Oleg Sorokhtin, Merited Scientist of Russia and fellow of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. He states in his article posted on the Russian News and Information Agency's website, "Earth is now at the peak of one of its passing warm spells. It started in the 17th century when there was no industrial influence on the climate to speak of and no such thing as the hothouse effect. The current warming is evidently a natural process and utterly independent of hothouse gases."

There has been pressing debate issues in the climatology world and many documentaries contradicting the global warming stigma such as: The Great Global Swindle, Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement (a segment on global warming) and others.

Others in the political world feel that the man-made climate change issue is simply a globalist one for an international taxation and one-world government. Former President of France once said, "Global Warming is just one step towards a global government."

Most of the summer in Toronto, Canada has been dark, mild, chilly evenings and just somber