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January 10, 2010

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gordy

So what would weather in the UK be like if the world climate changes so that the gulf stream effect is reduced or turned off?

Oh, wait a sec, wouldn't that mean Britain would get colder and winters become longer and more severe?

The Optimist

That gulf stream one was debunked long ago. I like this though:

http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/2010/01/cold-spell-says-nothing-about-global-warming-but-much-about-quality-of-debate/

The former chief scientific adviser David King, for example, insisted that the 2003 European summer heatwave was a “climate change event” while dismissing other phenomena such as the ongoing expansion of Antarctic sea ice (which looks to me far more like a climate change event albeit just regional to the Antarctic) as just natural short-term variation.

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