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Frozen Britain - NASA Satellite image Jan. 7


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Frozen Britain: Send This Photo to Al Gore

Link: check any MSM website - the photo is everywhere

January 8, 2010

Al Gore and the green globalists continue to peddle the lie that the earth is experiencing man-made climate change and if we don’t allow a gaggle of psychopathic eugenicists to impose world-government and carbon taxes, we are all doomed.

In fact, the earth is cooling, as CRU professors Jones and Mann knew but attempted to cover up in emails (”hide the decline” in temperature, they wrote).

The photo below, taken by NASA’s Terra satellite on January 7, reveals an unusually frozen England.

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that's so cool :w00t:

i've already had an extra week off school because of the snow, and by the looks of it i'll still get another few days off :D

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Frozen Britain: Send This Photo to Al Gore

Link: check any MSM website - the photo is everywhere

January 8, 2010

Al Gore and the green globalists continue to peddle the lie that the earth is experiencing man-made climate change and if we don’t allow a gaggle of psychopathic eugenicists to impose world-government and carbon taxes, we are all doomed.

In fact, the earth is cooling, as CRU professors Jones and Mann knew but attempted to cover up in emails (”hide the decline” in temperature, they wrote).

The photo below, taken by NASA’s Terra satellite on January 7, reveals an unusually frozen England.

Yeah is has happened before.

You post is unbelievable ignorant though, it shows all that acid has corroded your head.

The Earth isn't cooling and you claim is pathetically ridiculous and demonstrably false and shows you to be completely dishonest. You can't judge world climate on one nation, over one month, that is just beyond stupid.

But I doubt you bother to read the paper and the reasoning if you post crap this unintelligent (I suggest you do Briffa 2000 on tree rings and it is explained in the paper why that the part of the graph that decline (which was not the measured, but the proxy) was taken out.

*Awaits Iams to post more nonsense.

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Yeah is has happened before.

You post is unbelievable ignorant though, it shows all that acid has corroded your head.

The Earth isn't cooling and you claim is pathetically ridiculous and demonstrably false and shows you to be completely dishonest. You can't judge world climate on one nation, over one month, that is just beyond stupid.

But I doubt you bother to read the paper and the reasoning if you post crap this unintelligent.

Permit me to translate: "You are not a believer in the great and powerful god AGW and his prophet AlGore, (hallowed be his name!), therefore you are stupid, dumb, dishonest, and full of cooties and you're a meany for making me face up to the fact that my bright-white lab coat doesn't make me perfectly smart."

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Permit me to translate: "You are not a believer in the great and powerful god AGW and his prophet AlGore, (hallowed be his name!), therefore you are stupid, dumb, dishonest, and full of cooties and you're a meany for making me face up to the fact that my bright-white lab coat doesn't make me perfectly smart."

No. deliberate misapplication of a quote (as a creationist I realise you think this type of dishonest is normal).

And judging world climate on one country over one month is actually stupid (the OMGZ IT IS SNOWING AND COLD IN WINTER< NO WAMRING COS OF THIS LOLZ! argument).

I have never seen anything to make you look smart Iams, don't worry.

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*Awaits Iams to post more nonsense.

i declare snowball fight!!! :D

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i declare snowball fight!!! :D

Now that would be fun!

We haven't got much snow though here, more ice now :(

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Last evening Tyler drove the treacherous Ice Road across the frozen wastes where Berkshire used to meet Surrey*. And as he gingerly crawled along, he listened to some buffoon on the radio explaining why two arctic winters in a row do not mean the global warming hippies have got it all wrong.

True, the £200m pa tax-funded Department of Climate Propaganda Met Office has once again made a complete horlicks of its winter weather prediction (predicting only a one-in-seven chance of a cold winter). And true, they use this same much hyped "expertise" to predict global apocalypse by 2100. But somehow - in some way Tyler couldn't quite fathom - it's much easier to make predictions covering 100 years than those covering 100 days.

Later on Newsnight, official warmist spokesperson Susan Watts explained that the public are pretty dim. And that makes it very difficult to convey the Met Office's outstanding reliability on millennial climate change in the face of their screaming unreliability on forecasting the weather. If only we could all be as bright as her, we 'd understand that climate change is not the same as the weather.

Sadly, because we're so dim, we're instead left wondering why we've got an expensive Met Office that can't do the stuff we need it to do, but can produce reams of global warming guff none of us ever asked for.

But of course, it isn't just the Met Office where the weather/climate priorities are expensively **** about face. Despite the fact that our councils can't even afford to stock up on road grit, Miliband Jnr today announced the Commissars' latest money inferno - a £75bn programme to build another 6,400 offshore wind turbines to save the planet.

Except, post the Copenhagen fiasco, they seem to have dropped the bit about saving the planet - these days it's all about saving the election economy:

"Our policies in support of offshore wind energy have already put us ahead of every other country in the world... The offshore wind industry is at the heart of the UK economy’s shift to low carbon and could be worth £75 billion and support up to 70,000 jobs by 2020... We did it before with oil and gas in the North Sea and we’ll do it again for offshore wind."

Now if you think you've heard this kind of thing before, you have - back in the glorious 1970s, when it was known as... er, "picking winners". And it cost us many tens of billions with virtually no payback (see this blog).

So against those £75bn windmills, how much have we spent on grit for our death trap skating rink roads? (which IIRC never got this bad in the 70s, even though at that point the climate hippies were telling us the world was freezing to death).

The local councils' version of the story is summarised here. Councils are responsible for gritting the vast majority of our 250,000 miles of roads (only motorways and a few A roads are covered by the Highways Agency). And they say they have treated "the equivalent of 1.7 million miles of road" (although words like "equivalent" always make Tyler suspicious). They reckon it's cost them £12.2m - about £7 per mile.

Unfortunately they are now virtually out of salt supplies, which with more snow promised sounds like a Grade 1 disaster.

Some very obvious points:

Against the wholesale danger and disruption now being caused by our ice roads, £12.2m is a vanishingly small sum. It stacks up against the £600m per day the chaos is estimated to be costing UK businesses.

£12.2m is less than 0.007% of total local authority spending this year. It compares to the £450m pa the TPA discovered councils spend on publicity (see this blog).

Refocusing the Met Office on weather forecasting and cutting its budget by £100m pa would fund an eightfold increase in council supplies of salt and grit

So next time you're stuck in a snowdrift listening to some arrogant buffoon telling you that it wouldn't make financial sense for warming Britain to spend more on gritting, feel free to put your fist through the radio.

PS I know we've made this point many times, but it is important we remember it. Every single Labour government we have ever had has ended in disaster. Usually, it's a straightforward financial and economic meltdown of the kind you expect from socialism. But it can't be coincidence that the abiding image of Labour's last go at government is of wintry streets lined with rotting rubbish - and ours now hasn't been collected since well before Xmas.

PPS I know what you're thinking - Tyler must have made some mistake - surely local councils have spent more than £12.2m on gritting. But I promise you that's the official number from the Local Government Association. Here's the full quote:

"An LGA analysis of council gritting activity over the last three weeks, since the cold snap started, estimated that:

The equivalent of 1.7 million miles of road have been gritted by council gritting teams

200,000 tonnes of salt have been spread on the road

£12.2m has been spent treating the roads

4,000 council staff have been involved in gritting operations around the clock"

link ;- http://burningourmoney.blogspot.com/

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i declare snowball fight!!! :D

Nah, when they're already down and struggling to crawl away it's no fun. I'm just looking forward to watching him squirm when his heroes suddenly slink off into the darkness hoping to escape prosecution.

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We haven't got much snow though here, more ice now :(

damn global warming!!! :angry:

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Nah, when they're already down and struggling to crawl away it's no fun. I'm just looking forward to watching him squirm when his heroes suddenly slink off into the darkness hoping to escape prosecution.

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Yes America is getting colder, well done Iams.

Who's heroes? You don't even know anything about me to make such a silly comment....................

but then you think cold weather in winter is indicative of the planet not warming, which is laughable.

Not our coldest winter since the 70's btw, it is our coldest since 1981.

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damn global warming!!! :angry:

:lol:

We spent a lot of time just being cold and icey last week while everyone else had snow! It was very annoying!

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Yeah is has happened before.

You post is unbelievable ignorant though, it shows all that acid has corroded your head.

The Earth isn't cooling and you claim is pathetically ridiculous and demonstrably false and shows you to be completely dishonest. You can't judge world climate on one nation, over one month, that is just beyond stupid.

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Question, though? How long have we been keeping records on this subject, in actual, proper scientific detail? How long have we been able to measure the Arctic ice caps? Is it really long enough to be able to say that this is something more exceptional than has ever happened before, or that it's happening more quickly than it's ever happened before, and even more, to be able to say that we're responsible for it? I don't know whether we can really make that leap of assumption. Maybe it just.... happens. :unsure2:

I'm not denying, before anyone gets angry, that climate probably is changing; but maybe it does periodically, whether we have any say in the matter or not. And I do wonder whether the experts really can predict what might happen in quite the lurid detail that they sometimes do. Maybe things are, and maybe they always have been, rather more unpredictabal than that.

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When the weather is colder than average, weather isn't climate.

When the weather is warmer than average, undeniable proof of global warming and a dying planet somehow becomes apparent.

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Global warming is a fallacy - it was all in the newspapers and all over the net.

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Well... I always figured that global warming meant a shift in the Gulf Stream, turning away all that hot water from the west. Bringing in crazy weather, and cooling temperatures. While other places suddenly get raised temperatures via the gulf streams new residence.

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David Shukman on weather and climate :-

Following yesterday's BBC item aimed at making sure the kids are still on message about MMGW, today we had Newsround for grown-ups. In a report which aired on the 6 pm news on both BBC 1 and Radio 4 this evening, David Shukman explained:

"The key thing is that there's a difference between the weather and the climate. The weather's what you get day by day, month by month, like this cold spell. But the climate is the kind of weather you get over a thirty year period, and that's what the scientists say is changing."

He was a little less clear about any distinctions back in May 2008 when he reported on a dry spell affecting Spain:

In a year that so far ranks as Spain's driest since records began 60 years ago, the reservoir is currently holding as little as 18% of its capacity - at a time of year when winter rains would usually have provided an essential boost by now...

And it may also remind people of the forecasts from climate scientists of still drier conditions to come in the approaching decades.

As soon as Shukman left the area, it rained. A lot. From the Guardian, 7 June 2008:

After months of the worst drought for 60 years, Spain has experienced the wettest May since 1971; it rained on 18 days of the month. Heavy rains have continued into June, which is rare during the Spanish summer...

In Catalonia, the worst affected area, reservoirs whose levels had been reduced to only 20% are now nearly half full.

A proposed water pipeline, cited by Shukman as evidence of the changing climate, was cancelled. From New Europe, 16 June 2008:

The Spanish government recently cancelled a controversial plan to build a 62-kilometre pipeline to divert water from the river Ebro in the Tarragona region to the Catalan capital Barcelona, Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega said. There was no longer the situation of "extraordinary necessity" that had prompted the plan, Vega said.

If Shukman did a follow-up pointing any of this out, I can't find it online.

Here are some images from his May 2008 report. This, remember, was explained with reference to climate change:

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And here are some images taken from a Spanish blog in October 2009 showing the blogger's recent kayaking trip to the same Sau reservoir:

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As far as the BBC is concerned, some weather events are more climate change than others.

LINK :- http://biased-bbc.blogspot.com/

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April 4, 1984: "It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen"

"There are three stages in your reintegration,"... "There is learning, there is understanding, and there is acceptance"

"Sometimes," she said, "they threaten you with something — something you can't stand up to, can't even think about. And then you say, 'Don't do it to me, do it to somebody else, do it to so-and-so.' And perhaps you might pretend, afterwards, that it was only a trick and that you just said it to make them stop and didn't really mean it. But that isn't true. At the time when it happens you do mean it. You think there's no other way of saving yourself and you're quite ready to save yourself that way. You want it to happen to the other person. You don't give a damn what they suffer. All you care about is yourself."

"Under the spreading chestnut tree

I sold you and you sold me—"

WAR IS PEACE, FREEDOM IS SLAVERY, and IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH

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mmmmm.. mmmmmm mmmmmm mmmmme bbbbbbbballs have ttttturned blue......

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dont you just love nature, these so called experts think they have it all sussed out with their fancy statistics and multimillion pound computers, inputting their data and running simulation - models, but at the end of the day they still struggle to find their ass hole with both hands.

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January 07, 2010

John Hirst, head of the Met Office, tries to defend the record of the weathermen after they predicted a mild winter.

Andrew Neil asked him to justify his salary which is higher than the UK Prime Minister's.

The presenter seems to know more about the subject than the actual guy running the MET Office.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8BCnX8LIIY&feature=player_embedded#

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If the summer is hot and dry, that's definite proof that your daily commute to work is causing the planet's climate to change. If the North American Continent experiences the coldest winter in decades, that's just weather, not climate, and certainly no indication that your gas-guzzling car is not causing the planet's climate to change... and oh, by the way, don't ever, ever, pay attention to the fact that the planet's climate has been experiencing constant change, from hot to cold and back again, throughout the planet's existence without mankind's assistance. And definitely, don't ever ponder how the planet experienced a much-warmer climate back in the days the Norse were sailing around and found a northern island which was so not ice-covered that they named it GREENland.

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