AND NOW HERE'S PINOCCHIO WITH THE WEATHER
[source : Met Office's debate over longer-term forecasts, 16/01/2010 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8462890.stm]
According to the above report Piers Corbyn months ago correctly predicted the deep freeze.
"He [Corbyn] says the Met Office failed to warn of extreme events in their seasonal forecasts because they are employing a computer model based on the assumption of man-made climate change."
I have to say I believe this is a very grave possibility.
The BBC report suggests that the MO is employing computer models that somehow predict warmer temperatures than are actually recorded. Andrew Watson, a Royal Society environment fellow from the University of East Anglia's school of environmental sciences is quoted as saying,
"The warming bias is admittedly very small - but the Met Office has to address why it is there. It will certainly be very difficult to get rid of - they can't just knock a bit off their forecast - that would be totally unscientific."
The problems I have with the MO are these;
1. why is it run by someone who is NOT a meteorologist but who instead has very green credentials after working for the WWF which itself was created by Prince Philip?
2. why did he apply for the job?
3. how did he get the job?
4. why was the MO turned into a quasi-private office dependent on finance?
5. why is it since he took the job has the MO entered into this climate change and seasonal prediction business and getting it spectacularly and dangerously wrong?
On a very related note, the panic caused by reports about the Himalayan glaciers melting was engineered by the IPCC to scare the shit out of everybody.
[source : World misled over Himalayan glacier meltdown, The Sunday Times 17/01/2010, http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/environment/article6991177.ece]
Why would anyone do that?
Because 'they' want
1. world government
2. mass genocide
3. to tax you more.
As with the inflated threat of H1N1, terrorism, Iranian nuclear weapons, etc it's all engineered and/or fabricated.
Have a nice day!