Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Wednesday, 9 December 2009

As Copenhagen Struggles.....

The Lauded Met Office Data?

Another con from another horse's mouth, or should that be arse? Trust me, this is a very flattering picture of the good Doctor Pope. Why do they spout manipulated data as totally uncorrupted?

No Global Warming in 351 Year British Temperature Record By the The Carbon Sense Coalition.
Central England Temperature (CET) record, starting in 1659 and maintained by the UK Met Office, is the longest unbroken temperature record in the world. Temperature data is averaged for a number of weather stations regarded as being representative of Central England rather than measuring temperature at one arbitrary geographical point identified as the centre of England.
A Scottish Chemist, Wilson Flood, has collected and analysed the 351 year CET record.

Wilson Flood comments:
“Summers in the second half of the 20th century were warmer than those in the first half and it could be argued that this was a global warming signal. However, the average CET summer temperature in the 18th century was 15.46 degC while that for the 20th century was 15.35 degC. Far from being warmer due to assumed global warming, comparison of actual temperature data shows that UK summers in the 20th century were cooler than those of two centuries previously.


  1. This would be the very same Met Office responsible for the disgraceful booklet provided free with the equally disgraceful "The Independent" newspaper?

    It shows the famous "Hockey Stick" graph, as well as the other one which conveniently starts at the end of the "Little Ice Age", missing out the preceding Warm Period.

  2. OK, so that settles that, then. Except, of course, it doesn't because it is only a set of facts. Facts don't count anymore. Only opinions are of any value, and only those that are of use to the government.

  3. All dressed appropriately in green of course. It's a wonder you could find a photo in which she wasn't waving her handsome cheque for talking drivel.

  4. Meantime we now have the scrappage scheme for old boilers. Yet another opportunity for Tony Blair to cash in.