Those Warmists When You Need Them?
Is this cute puppy rushing to greet the anthropogenic warmists arriving to save us from the ice age? As the third severe chill grips the UK and Northern hemisphere, the transport Secretary, ham fisted Hammond, wrings his hands, whilst seizing the opportunity to give some serious cash to a bunch of his pals. How? By setting up an enquiry into the failure of our masters to cope with the weather. Not climate, note. Bloody weather. I have observed the climactic dominance of polar continental air over North-east Europe for over three years. It has given cold winter conditions, particularly in the East and hot dry summer weather mainly to the East. Moist, warm tropical maritime air has been blocked to the West of The UK, creeping over westerly areas at times, with rain then being dominant.
Now this is a climactic shift of weather patterns not unusual anywhere in the world. To suggest it is man made is ridiculous. It's climate and nature. Of course we lot are brilliant at creating pollution and fouling our own nest. That is not, in climate terms, any big thing and we, not nature, are the losers.
So, my pompous Met Office so called forecasters. You are little more than computer operators and together with the might of power and money egging you and other pseudo scientists to surrender your pride, we have this terribly inconvenient big freeze gainsaying your sycophancy and blind obedience to corporate and political manipulators. I hope you and the Hammonds, Prescotts, Camerons, Paul-Huhnes, Gores et al are ashamed of the thousands of deaths and freezing misery they and your flawed science have caused. Embracing the stupidity of a notion such conditions would never happen again. Like the poor, cold, drought and famine seem to always be with us. As Richard North, wisely, says, if a fraction of the billions blown on climate change windmills had been and were to be spent on adapting to variable climate and the weather produced there from, we might all rest easier. Fat chance. I doubt these morons ever visit here. To uncomfortable.