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Colour It Red!

May 27, 2022

By Paul Homewood


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  1. Pete R permalink
    May 27, 2022 12:35 pm

    It’s almost laughable! Do these blinkered morons who publish this sort of information not realise how utterly stupid they appear? I well recall a hot mid-Summer there in the 80s – maybe it was 86 – with the nation revelling in it.

  2. MrGrimNasty permalink
    May 27, 2022 12:55 pm

    The other day I posted about the BBC saying dust storms in Iraq were worse/climate change.
    Yesterday I saw an old war film with some British soldiers trying to convince Arabs that the Nazis were their mutual enemy, the Arab chief replied “our only enemies are drought and famine”. It won’t be long before it’s badly overdubbed with “our only enemy is climate change”, like the name of the dog in the dam busters.
    The whole climate charade is based on portraying the mundane, the everyday, the natural, as abnormal, sinister, dangerous.

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  4. May 27, 2022 1:55 pm

    One of the best ways of assessing the overall movement of the climate over time is to take a “Snapshot” of the meteorological situation at the same point every year and assess any overall change or trend in the situation. It has always struck me as strange that this is not done on a broader basis. An example is give here :-
    It may appear a bit confusing if you are unfamiliar with met charts, but those given record atmospheric conditions at both upper and surface levels, which is important if you are considering “climate” rather than simply “weather”.
    I usually describe “weather” as the behaviour of the lower level of the atmosphere as it interacts with the planetary surface – land or sea – while “climate” is the behaviour of the atmosphere as a whole – principally under the effect of solar impacts, usually the explosive variety, although as the “Green” lobby will screech, the chemical composition of the atmosphere is also relevant although there is little hard evidence to support that. Anybody got a better definition ?

    • Gamecock permalink
      May 27, 2022 10:12 pm

      Climate is the generalized weather of an area or region*.

      Hence, the earth does NOT have a climate – it has many climates.

      *Generally based on 30 years of observation. A key point is that NO CLIMATE ON EARTH has changed in a hundred years. Climate change** is absolutely false.

      **Climate change is conspicuously undefined. If one takes the literal view that climates are changing, it is absolutely false. But we don’t know that the literal view is what they mean. Only the high priests of Climate Change™ know what they mean.

    • Graeme No.3 permalink
      May 27, 2022 11:12 pm

      Here in the Adelaide Hills election day (Saturday) was cool but sunny, as were the next 3 days, but the clouds and rain rolled in late Tuesday and it was overcast with showers for the next 2 days.
      Waiting under the verandah for the shower to end the stranger next to me announced “It’s a marvel. Labor has only been in power for 5 days and already they’ve changed the climate”.
      (That was one of their election promises)

  5. Gerry, England permalink
    May 27, 2022 2:36 pm

    They do this all the time. A temperature barely around average is already orange. There are a lot of simple minded people who don’t realise they are being lied to and fall for this crap.

  6. matelot65 permalink
    May 27, 2022 3:14 pm

    Ah, but in 11986 there was a high pressure centre………..Oh wait………. you couldn’t make this male bovine excreta up!

  7. May 27, 2022 4:12 pm

    Three La Niña seasons in a row…

    Right now, it’s unusually cool by spring standards.

    As of May 4, the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean water was 1.2 degrees Celsius cooler than average, the coolest in May in 22 years, according to tropical scientist Dr. Phil Klotzbach.

    And April’s anomaly – 1.1 degrees cooler than average – tied a record cool anomaly with 1950, according to NOAA.

    Nature’s variations.

  8. May 27, 2022 4:53 pm

    Yes, we were in Norway one summer in the 80s and it certainly got pretty hot. The Sun is up most of the day when you’re that far North, so it’s hardly surprising.

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