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I just don't get this! Last week, I read in the paper that the Met Office has predicted an Indian Summer, based on the fact that there is an El Nino event developing in the Pacific Ocean. Today I read in the Daily Telegraph that there is an El Niño event in the Pacific and it will lead to a long, bitter winter, and the cooling down has already started. Now we will get what we will get and can do nothing about that, but how can two sets of ( presumably qualified) meteorologists look at the same set of data and reach conclusions which are diametrically opposed and, if this sort of thing can happen, how can the supposed science of meteorology have any credibility at all when it comes to truly important predictions, such as those involved in the "science" of global warming?









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I suspect those that are sceptics of "global warming" do so more in hope ..... not wanting to change the way they live their lives.

Regardless of the science and predicitions I see nothing wrong with seeking to find ways of living in a sustainable/clean way ..... surely that's what evolution is all about.

However recent and past global events lead me to believe that most of us just don't give a damn and those that do get stamped on by a well heeled boot!

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