Weathered Predictions on Climate

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Weathered predictions on climate. “Back in March 20, 2000, the Independent, a British newspaper, reported David Viner of the UK's Climate Research Unit warning that within a few years snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event” Indeed, Viner opined, “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.” Similarly, David Parker, at the UK’s Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research, said that eventually British children could have only “virtual” experience of snow via movies and the Internet.

The last three winters in the UK were forecast by the UK Met Office to be mild and snowless. Instead, brutal cold and snow in the UK has the UK Met Office on their heels. Indeed the cold and snow was a throwback to the age of Dickens in the early 1800s. UK MPs called for Official Parliamentary Probe into whether the UKMO reliance on their ideology and CO2 models had biased their predictions.

In the United States, NOAA echoing the UN IPCC, claimed snow would retreat north with the storm tracks and major cities would get more rain and mild winters. The Union of Concerned Scientists said in 2004 scientists claim winters were becoming warmer and less snowy. In 2008, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. bemoaned that children would be robbed of the childhood joys of sledding and skiing in the DC area due to global warming. A year later, the area set a new seasonal snowfall record with 5 to 6 feet of snow and sleds and skis were the only way to get around. The winter of 2009/10 was the coldest ever in parts of the southeast, and in parts of Siberia and the coldest since 1977/78 or 1962/63 in many parts of the United States, Europe and Asia.”

From http://www.energytribune.com/articles.cfm/6440/Is-It-Really-The-Warmest-Ever Cited without prejudice, unusually, by the BBC. Check out full article – the -last paragraph is telling. (Ref. global warming, predictions, weather)

Evidence News 16 February 2011

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