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Malthus

Ice age on the way

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I had somebody pontificating on the radio about this spell of hot weather demonstrating the urgent need to meet carbon targets.

Funny how whenever you get a cold winter and say "what global warming?" the immediate retort from the same "experts" is the snooty "weather isn't climate".

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4 minutes ago, Malthus said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-44956310

MP’s warm 1000’s could die as a result of heatwaves over the next 30 years reports the So-Called BBC 

That’s got to be a signal to prepare for an ice age imho 

Yeah. Not so long ago the Somerset levels were flooding and that was going to be "the new normal" only wetter. Now it's going to be 30 years of drought.

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9 minutes ago, Hail the Tripod said:

Yeah. Not so long ago the Somerset levels were flooding and that was going to be "the new normal" only wetter. Now it's going to be 30 years of drought.

The Somerset level were originally under water in winter, hence the name Somerset (you could only Set there in Summer)

You could walk from the UK to Europe in the Summer and people used to graze their animals there. I believe it was the Tsunami caused by the Storiega slide that washed the land away and raised sea levels creating the English Channel. The Somerset levels were later drained using drainage channels. It was the environment agency decision to stop dredging the waterways that led to the recent flooding.

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Ice age on the way?

it is according to this adapt 2030 :P GOON:

 

 

For reasonably accurate forecasts check out david king weather - YES he fucked up for June, but he explains why in his latest report, he missed the signs (hes 80 yrs-old...senile maybe?)
 
ANYWAY, david king predicting a MILD WINTER this year.  http://www.weatherwithouttechnology.co.uk/forecasts.html
 
 if we get a BAD COLD WINTER this year ...Then just MAYBE i'll start to believe all this GSM stuff...
 

 

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1 hour ago, Frank Hovis said:

I had somebody pontificating on the radio about this spell of hot weather demonstrating the urgent need to meet carbon targets.

Funny how whenever you get a cold winter and say "what global warming?" the immediate retort from the same "experts" is the snooty "weather isn't climate".

See also: warming will lead to wetter summers and more flooding, as hot air holds more moisture.

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1 hour ago, Option5 said:

The Somerset level were originally under water in winter, hence the name Somerset (you could only Set there in Summer)

You could walk from the UK to Europe in the Summer and people used to graze their animals there. I believe it was the Tsunami caused by the Storiega slide that washed the land away and raised sea levels creating the English Channel. The Somerset levels were later drained using drainage channels. It was the environment agency decision to stop dredging the waterways that led to the recent flooding.

it was dogga land,you could walk from norfold all the way to denmark or something like that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doggerland     

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