Piers Corbyn is enjoying an “I told you so” moment after the UK astrophysicist-meteorologist predicted a cold, snowy winter, in direct contradiction to the official UK government’s prediction.
Corbyn also predicts, that
since we have solidly moved into a cooling trend, we’ll have another 25
years of cold weather, all simply part of a natural cycle ruled by the
Corbyn, who looks a bit like Einstein reincarnated, is outspoken, calling the “climate change” campaign “complete nonsense.”
“It’s fiction,” he says. “It comes from a cult ideology. There’s no science in there, no facts to back them up.”
“They fiddle the facts in order to justify political attacks, carbon trading, extra taxation on the public,” said Corbyn. “It is a nonsense and has to be stopped.”
You can follow Corbyn’s climate predictions at www.weatheraction.com
and on twitter.
So, I’ll go out on a limb and
predict that those selling natural fiber-based cold weather clothing
will do very well in upcoming years — and that real estate prices in
Southern California will rise as the snowbirds fly to warmer regions!
In the meantime, dress warmly. It’s cold outside!
NOTE: Watch this interesting debate on the issue and this presentation by Dr. David Bellamy is worth watching.
And this presentation has some great charts, especially numbers 51 and 66.
And this Q&A by scientist Tim Ball is VERY useful. If you like this, here are more articles by Dr. Ball.
Here’s a selection of some great quotes from recent articles on the subject:
I’m a little depressed about
Cancun. The problem is not going away, it’s getting steadily worse. –Al
Gore, Reuters, 25 November 2010
Global action is not going to
stop climate change. The world needs to look harder at how to live with
it. –The Economist, 26 November 2010
The government’s chief
scientist has dismissed hopes for a deal at this week’s United Nations
climate change conference — and said Britain should start preparing for a
warmer world. –Jonathan Leake, The Sunday Times, 28 November 2010
Mercifully, nobody will pay
attention to the climate conference at Cancun next week, where a
much-reduced group of delegates will go through the motions. The
delusional dream of global action to combat climate change is dead.
–Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail, 27 November 2010
One benefit of meeting in
Mexico is that the climate conference will avoid the embarrassment last
year when the Copenhagen meeting ended in an unexpected blizzard. It’s
harder to sell global warming to world leaders who have to flee the city
before their flights are grounded by an ice storm. The worst the Cancun
conferees will have to deal with is the threat of being kidnapped by
heavily armed gangs of drug dealers. – The Washington Times, 29 November
Snow is starting to disappear
from our lives. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research
scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East
Anglia, within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and
exciting event”. “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he
said. –The Independent, 20 March 2000
Britain is shivering in
record-breaking cold weather for November despite data from the Met
Office that we could be in for an unusually dry and mild winter. –The
Daily Telegraph, 29 November 2010
1) Editorial: Climate Craziness Cools In Cancun – The Washington Times, 29 November 2010
2) Sir John Beddington Finally Sees The Light – The Sunday Times, 28 November 2010
3) At Long Last: The Economist Adapts To Political Reality – The Economist, 26 November 2010
4) There Are Black Days Ahead For The Carbon Industry – The Sunday Telegraph, 28 November 2010
5) Matt Ridley Arm-Wrestles Bill Gates On Climate Change And Africa – Matt Ridley, The Rational Optimist, 28 November 2010
6) Margaret Wente: Can Environmentalism Be Saved From Itself? – The Globe and Mail, 27 November 2010
7) Forget Green R&D: Bankrupt Ireland Doubles Carbon Tax To Plug Deficit – The Irish Times, 26 November 2010
8) And Finally: The Wet Office! Snow and record low November temperatures follow ‘mild winter prediction’ – The Daily Telegraph, 29 November 2010