Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Met Office Professor says the present storms and rain in Britain are not connected to global warming. Contradicts Cameron

                  Professor Matt Collins a Professor of Climate Systems at the University of Exeter and one of the Met Office`s top climate strategists says(quoted by the Mail on Sunday (16 February) that the present wild storms in Britain have no connection to global warming. In spite of this Mr Cameron the prime minister says there is a connection so Mr Cameron now does not accept the climate predictions of the Met Office.   I will leave it up to you to decide who is speaking the truth.

            The Japanese climate satellite IBUKU has revealed in its imagery that carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is coming from high vegetation equatorial regions of the earth and not from industrial areas such as Europe and America!(see included image).  This agrees with the satellite imagery given by Professor Murry Salby in his recent lectures in the House of Commons and in the Scottish Parliament.    This is also the position of Professor Richard
Lindzen of the Massachussetts   Institute of Technology where he is emeritus professor of atmospheric physics.   In the graphic from IBUKU the red white and pink areas represent high levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as a result of temperature induced and moisture induced releases.  By contrast the green areas in northern europe and the US represent no carbon dioxide emissions!

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