A Windfarm Could Have Prevented This

Britain’s top climate experts tell us that snow is a thing of the past in the UK – and has been for twelve years.

Had the countryside been turned into a ugly wind farm, the beautiful scene below could have been avoided. And children would still know what snow is.

Winter is well and truly here as more snow falls across the UK’s north and temperatures plunge across much of the country.

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Winter Weather As Snow Hits Northern UK

This picture above must be a fake, because Met Office supercomputers tell us that the UK actually looks like this :

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24 March 2010

Mike Calnan, the National Trust’s head of gardens and parks, said thepredictions were based on computer models generated by the Met Office Hadley Centre.

‘We looked at gardens in southern France and southern Portugal and, bearing in mind what we can grow in this country in mild locations, we came up with a list of probably things we could grow in the future,’ he said

He added: ‘The Met Office are saying that despite the recent concerns about the science, they are very sure about the underlying science.

National Trust campaign highlights how gardens will look if global warming brings Mediterranean weather to Britain | Mail Online

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15 Responses to A Windfarm Could Have Prevented This

  1. top climate experts sorry Oxymoron should read runecaster, soothsayer watermelon propagandist

  2. Viner did not only boob with his snow forecast.

    In 2006, he predicted that by 2020, European tourists would be flocking to the UK as the Med would be “too hot”.

    Since then UK summers have got colder.


  3. Justa Joe says:

    That’s terrible. Southern France and Southern Portugal are almost uninhabitable due to the severe climate. /sarc

  4. Les Johnson says:

    Out of all the ludicrous things the alarmists use to sell CAGW, I find it most incredible that they think that the site of a Mediterranean garden in England will frighten UK inhabitants.

    Personally, I think it would turn people to the dark side, and have them increase their carbon footprints, in an effort to speed the warming up.

  5. Andy DC says:

    That photo is not real snow. It is virtual snow to remind British kids what snow is because they have never seen it.

  6. Josualdo says:

    Cold kills.

    (Hope this works…)

  7. tckev says:

    Currently wind farms supply between 0-4 GW (approx) of the country’s required 42-50GW (approx). (http://www.gridwatch.templar.co.uk/)
    In the UK from September 2012, 87 (4,907 MW) wind farm schemes are currently under construction, while another 277 (5,796 MW) projects have planning consent and 358 (over 10 GW) are in planning awaiting approval.
    The UK Government committed the UK to meeting a requirement of 15% of all electricity from renewables by 2020. The group RenewableUK estimates that this will require 35–40% of the UK’s electricity to be generated from renewable sources by that date, to be met largely by 33–35 gigawatts (GW) of installed wind capacity.

    Soon every square foot of the UK will be within ear-shot or sight of one of these ugly bird-killers, and still there will not be enough.

    • leftinbrooklyn says:

      Years from now, archeologists will be stumped by the high rate of bird skeletons found under known Fossil-fuel burning & nuclear plant locations, not knowing the plants were built on locations where wind farms were torn down.

      • tckev says:

        As I know a few archaeologists – if the future ones are as knowledgeable, logical and bright, they will conclude that the ancient peoples had a strange long forgotten ritual were naked young maidens danced and sung before the procreation ceremony. Part of this rite involved sacrificing the (now) extinct flying animals on vast metal paddles that were ignited with the energy derived from the nuclear reactors.

      • leftinbrooklyn says:


        Now, if wind farms somehow currently included naked young maidens, they might have some validity….

  8. rocknblues81 says:

    Well, it was about 73 degrees here yesterday, and its supposed to be that hot again today.

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