Friday, 24 June 2011

Global Warming Strikes Dundee



Yesterday afternoon Dundee was the recipient of a thunder and lightning hail storm which resulted in the streets flowing with ice cold water.

Yet the warmists insist the onset of a mini Ice Age "... will be disguised by global warming." I'll wait until around March before I comment.

8 comments:

RMcGeddon said...

Ha ha. I love the cool dude at 3mins 40 secs in shorts and t shirt and sandals.
Those tree and flower planters in that street finally became useful. Slowing down the global warming ice flow. Usually just slowed down and obstructed traffic.

subrosa said...

Aye I saw him too RM. It was horrendous I'm told and the water freezing with hailstones underneath it.

Demetrius said...

I can recall snow in July in Ayrshire. I am not sure whether this meant global warming or global cooling.

Joe Public said...

Ideal weather for the Green (Welly) brigade.

Delphius1 said...

Subrosa, Thanks for the link to the Solar Forecast/Global warming Article, it made me laugh.

The fact that it contains this gem of a sentence (about the link between solar activity and Terrestrial weather):

"Of course, as any statistician will tell you, correlation does not imply causation."

Without a hint of irony, it uses the argument that people use to disprove AGW theory to debunk the solar activity link to global weather.

Maybe they should take a closer look at the link between CO2 and global warming? A bunch of statistics on a graph that roughly correlate isn't a definitive link.

subrosa said...

I've known snow in the hills here in early May Demetrius but never such a hail storm in Dundee. Because it's by the sea it has slightly milder weather I think.

Ayrshire? With the gulf stream running past it? Don't tell the AGW bunch. :)

subrosa said...

I doubt if anyone had wellies on Joe, unless it was some toddler who insisted they wear them day in and day out.

subrosa said...

Del, I'm glad I made you laugh. Made my day.

Irony's not in their vocabulary as we know.

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