Left Hand: UK to face Drought until 2013: Right Hand: Extreme rainfall increasing! | Climate Realists
During April 2012 the UK Environment Agency warned of an impending drought to hit 32 million people in the UK and it would last until 2013.Carbon traders deliver record activity during 2012, but market value plummets - 03 Jan 2013 - News from BusinessGreen
Today in a report from Roger Harrabin at the BBC the Met Office have now made a startling analysis:"The frequency of extreme rainfall in the UK may be increasing, according to analysis by the Met Office. Statistics show that days of particularly heavy rainfall have become more common since 1960You have to then ask what data was used in April last year with the Environment Agency/Met Office, did they not also have the same trend or data set from 1960?
The value of the global carbon market contracted for the first time last year, according to new figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) that show market activity only reached €61bn in 2012, a decline of more than a third on the previous year.Twitter / [Gavin Schmidt]
MT agreed. This is never even defined.Flashback: July 18, 2007: Is this the single most insane thing that fraudster Al Gore ever said?
@BVerheggen: CAGW theory exists only in the minds of climate contrarians http://variable-variability.blogspot.nl/2013/01/catastrophic-anthropogenic-climate.html …
Starting around the 13:20 mark in the audio below, Gore argues that trace amounts of CO2 could "absolutely" lead to the "complete collapse of human civilization".Flashback: Hansen stands by coal train/death train analogy | ThinkProgress
In his final testimony submitted to the Iowa Utilities Board on the proposed coal-fired power plant in Iowa, NASA’s James Hansen used a very provocative metaphor about the trains that deliver coal:If we cannot stop the building of more coal-fired power plants, those coal trains will be death trains — no less gruesome than if they were boxcars headed to crematoria, loaded with uncountable irreplaceable species.