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  1. You want too see my local alleged metrology presenters on BBC North west, they definitely have a mild bias, but what they know about weather you could write on the back of a postage stamp. Also the vast majority of the UK aren't interested in weather or they would be posting here.
  2. Keith, you should know now that facts are not what the manipulators deal in, remember the world sees a pause in rising temps but they see a continuing warming trend. This is why they despise Judith Curry so much , she deals in facts whilst they deal in deception.
  3. Lol, now from anyone else I would sit up and take notice.
  4. Enthused or not I for one cannot find any enthusiasm for endless gales and rain, give me anti-cyclonic gloom any day and I'll leave the "fascinating" weather for others to enjoy. On topic now and , well same old, same old, with no end in sight for any sustained cold unless the GFS has spotted a potential pattern change from now to eternity.
  5. Not at all, but we should ignore those compiling data who aren't scientist for scientific purposes, i.e. IPCC reports and empirical evidence. Also by your own standards can we accept findings by scientist arguing against climate sensitivity and the impacts of CO2?
  6. Well another game and another crushing defeat, we are now hopeless in all forms of the game and where we go from here is anyones guess. IMO a review of the central contract system is needed as we have cricketers paid by their county to play an handful of games per season, this is unacceptable IMO and needs addressing as not only are the counties missing out but so are the out of form alleged international cricketers, whom when out of form should be back plying their trade back at county level to regain some form.
  7. So we can make the scientist redundant then as there is clearly no need for them to be involved in the research, it's an odd thing to say BFTV and how do you define if the research is sound if you have a bias already. Maybe this explains so much why the research is pretty poor then as it's clear any Tom, Dick and Harry can get by the so called "gold standard" peer review process.
  8. There are a number of Greenpeace activist who chair various groups knocker, I posted the facts about these last year. This in itself represents a conflict of interest where no conflict should exists.
  9. Actually yes BFTV and more so if they have zero credentials in climate science. I'm surprised that you of all people would say that? Leaving aside the usual sort of engagement around here, would you not agree that it's far better that all research is conducted by scientists at least?
  10. But when you have the likes of Greenpeace and the WWF submitting reports that are included then we have a problem.
  11. http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/76585-manmade-climate-change-discussion/?p=2912844 Is this a case of playing the man and not the science, and besides what's a man's religious convictions have to do with how a good a scientists he his. And I find it rich that many proponents of AGW use Roy Spencer's data as a source of evidence, irony at it's best!
  12. Indeed knocker, we use to donate to charities such as Oxfam and Water Aid, but with the loss of my business and no income we had to cancel these unfortunately. The real problem I have now is the constant bombardment on television of so many charities, some of which should be funded by government anyway, watching TV has become a case of "quick where's the remote".
  13. I bet there's been quite a few who've missed work in the flooded areas though, as well as seeing there homes flooded and all there valuables lost, and I don't think for one minute they'll be saying "thank god it's mild".
  14. Indeed, it appears the warming biases is rife within all climate models hardly surprising really given the fact that if your given a shedload of money to show an increasing warming trend, then you better deliver a manipulated response to your paymasters. One does wonder on the outcome if we end up nowhere near the IPCC's lower scale of warming trend, because I for one feel that this is looking far fetched at this moment in time. Time will tell of course but the odds look stacked against any significant increase anytime soon.
  15. I think we'll see a coldish March and April followed by a warm May and June. Thereafter cool and wet, another hunch but hopefully we'll see some warm and sunny weather for at least 8 weeks of the year, which I'll take right now.
  16. Indeed Nick, time to move on from fanciful thoughts of cold and snow, what would be truly amazing would be seeing these conditions persist throughout February as I' don't recall a winter from the 40 or so that I can remember well, where all three months were mild and wet without a single spell of cold weather lasting beyond 24 hours. I think this year we could well be seeing a cold late March/April with frequent Northerlies, similar to those awful winters of yesteryear.
  17. I saw it a few weeks back, unfortunately rain still played a big part for the month ahead.
  18. Looks like Piers Corbyns February forecast won't be far off the mark if it pans out like that. A thoroughly depressing winter of floods and gales with the only saving grace of spring being around the corner.
  19. Frost free freezers that....... err aren't!
  20. A good question, I would say something similar to one of those awful ( for cold and snow ) nineties, early noughties winters GW, possibly even mid 70S?
  21. Lol, you reside in Dorset so I'm surprised you didn't have to wait longer for snow.
  22. His forecasts aren't as bad as you may think, you have to subscribe to get the details but he's no worse than any other long range forecaster if not better than all of them. As for another cold March well Piers would be right then as March is Spring.
  23. A stab in the dark here Nick but I wonder if the uptick in solar output has been responsible for this?
  24. The death bell tolls for winter 2013/14, the background signals, blah, blah, blah are irrelevant as that little piece of vortex anchored over Canada looks like going nowhere fast anytime soon. Piers Corbyn forecasted an exceptionally warm February and whilst I can't see that happening just yet, I do think we'll be looking at milder rather than colder weather for next month, just a hunch.
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