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It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

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It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

Post by Tony Bennett on 07.01.14 20:27


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Re: It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

Post by aquila on 07.01.14 20:43

Text 'knit-a-jumper-for-a-polar-bear' Your £3 could help save the life of an animal held in captivity.
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Re: It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

Post by Guest on 07.01.14 22:14

Poor Polar Bears forced to live in Chicago instead of the Arctic.

Penguins he mentioned on this news item ?    I'm sure they would rather be in the Antarctic than a Chicago zoo as well.
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Embarrassing for global warmists - as the temperature in EMBARRASS, Minnesota, reaches minus 37 degrees C

Post by Tony Bennett on 08.01.14 8:37

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25647963

Can't fault the BBC this time, as they frankly tell us about record low temperatures in America's Mid-West

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Boiling water to snow - in 2 seconds

Post by Tony Bennett on 08.01.14 21:09

Boiling water to snow - in 2 seconds:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25648773

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Re: It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

Post by Who?What?Where? on 09.01.14 0:53

IMO, the global warming scam had many intention's. It was, at least partially, designed to force people to drive cars that they cannot fix themselves.

You used to be able to pay a mechanic to fix your car. Now, you have to pay a technician , at a minimum of twice the rate, that a mechanic would charge, because the "technician", has a computer that the mechanic does not have, because the mechanic cannot afford it. This has been a part, of the long terrm EU agenda.

In the the UK, no one, can legally, drive over 70 MPH anyway. What is the point in a car that can do 250 MPH in a system like that?

I would guess, it is because the likes of Clarkson, and the people that surround him, can constantly tell people, how great it feel's, to do that.

His "superiority" will be promoted, because of all the "money" that he has, and all of the "property" that he "own's", and because the, vast, unwashed will never be able to truly experience what he has, or really understand him, because he is so superior, to them..

How very BBC.

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David Cameron becomes...a climate scientist!

Post by Tony Bennett on 09.01.14 15:32

Climate change may be to blame for the flooding and severe storms seen across Britain in recent weeks, David Cameron said today. The Prime Minister said that he ”very much" suspects that the extreme weather seen over December and the New Year could be attributed to rising global temperatures. Speaking at Prime Minister‘s Questions, he said that Britain was seeing ”more abnormal weather events". Mr Cameron‘s decision to reiterate his belief in global warming will encourage environmental campaigners but will have ruffled feathers on his back benches.
 
--Laura Pitel, The Times, 9 January 2014

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Post by Daisy on 09.01.14 17:58

@Tony Bennett wrote:Climate change may be to blame for the flooding and severe storms seen across Britain in recent weeks, David Cameron said today. The Prime Minister said that he ”very much" suspects that the extreme weather seen over December and the New Year could be attributed to rising global temperatures. Speaking at Prime Minister‘s Questions, he said that Britain was seeing ”more abnormal weather events". Mr Cameron‘s decision to reiterate his belief in global warming will encourage environmental campaigners but will have ruffled feathers on his back benches.
 
--Laura Pitel, The Times, 9 January 2014
Yesterday's Daily Mail.

Storms which battered Britain are linked to climate change, says David Cameron as Siberian snow is set to hit the country

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Happy Whammer, London, 1 day ago


"I smell more green tax hikes in the way."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2535915/Storms-battered-Britain-linked-climate-change-David-Cameron-claims.html

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METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE: "We've always had extreme weather - we can't say the storms and flooding are down to climate change"

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.01.14 1:31

Met Office:

"We've always had extreme weather - we can't say the storms and flooding are down to climate change"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-25675937

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Re: It used to be too warm for polar bears. Now it's TOO COLD for them (says...the BBC!!)

Post by ultimaThule on 10.01.14 4:21

50c in parts of Australia, -50c in parts of North America. 

The saying was 'you pays your money and you take your pick'.  These days we have no choice as others have picked for us and are determined on making us pay up. 

Fwiw, my money would be on the dawning of another ice age but I won't be placing a bet until the present crop of global warming dinosaurs are extinct.
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