2010: Another record breaking winter. So what happened to global warming?

Weather isn’t climate, but after all the hot days falsely attributed to warming, record cold is inconvenient for the warming scam

By 21st Century Wire

By Patrick Henningsen
Dec 18, 2010

Britain and Europe have been hit hard for the third straight record-breaking winter season. Labeled by experts as the coldest winter in 100 years and set to blow well into 2011, it is already raising some very interesting questions about the new ideological split we are witnessing throughout society in the much-elebrated green debate.

Tonight Britain braces itself for a further 10 inches of snow and more sub-zero temperatures to come- with no let-up, top forecasters have warned. These unusual Arctic conditions are set to last through the Christmas and New Year bank holidays and beyond and as temperatures plummeted to -10c (14f), prompting the UK’s Met Office to state that this December 2010 was ‘almost certain’ to become the coldest since records began in 1910.

So is it not safe to say that we are witnessing a real, tangible and physical trend here? Unlike the million dollar computer-generated climate model projections produced by the UN’s elite circle of research grantees and bursury award-winning climate scientists, this new trend is actually a real one- one we can feel, touch, and most importantly… empirically measure.

Yet another record-breaking winter in Britain, could this be a trend? Go figure. (PHOTO: Patrick Henningsen).
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Note from CFACT EU:  In addition to occasional hot days, here are the rest of the things  falsely attributed to warming.   Hope the author’s of this hysterical list picked up the priceless less horny Narwhal’s to be less attractive mates!
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