METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE CONFESSES
They got winter completely wrong, and I remember the reason they gave for their prediction of a BBQ summer was not based on science but on the law of probability!
So how can we accept taxes take our hard-earned money from us and laws that intrude on every aspect of our lives that are based on such long range weather forecasts that predict weather not months but decades in advance?
This and the recent statements from Jonathan Porritt that the government is nowhere near as green as it portrays itself show that the there is far more to the green agenda than we are being told.
And it is that the green agenda is bogus and is being pushed to terrify us into
1. ceding more and more power to a world government
2. paying more taxes for a bogus green economy
3. accepting the over-populated world idea leading to a cult of death, in the form of allowing people in the 3rd world to die and eventually to assisted and forced suicide of people who are considered too old or considered as having a poor quality of life.
You would all do well to take this quote and recite it to everyone you know because it shows how the climate is being used as an example of the 'global solutions to global problems' trick to install a world government;
"In searching for a new enemy to unite us [all of humanity], we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. In their totality and in their interactions, these phenomena constitute a common threat which as the enemy, we fall into the trap about which we have already warned, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself."
--The First Global Revolution: A Report by the Council of The Club of Rome, by Alexander King & Bertrand Schneider
For barbecue summer, read wellies washout
By Martin King
Wednesday, 29 July 2009
The Met Office is today telling us what every Briton knows: it was wrong to raise summertime hopes.
A revised forecast will point to more unsettled weather well into next month.
Meanwhile tourists and "staycation" Britons can only deride the Met Office predictions back in April, when it said the odds of a scorching summer were 65 per cent.
Unfortunately for the forecasters - and for us - the 35 per cent won through - with less sunshine, more rain, and the experts blaming the jet stream's whims.
The weather folk will point out there was hot weather in June, and that Wimbledon barely needed its new Centre Court roof.
And at least we've avoided widespread summer floods - so far.
But another year for below-par holiday weather will raise questions about the accuracy - and even the point - of long-range forecasts.