‘The higher global warming, the more rainfall’, say climate alarmists — then complain about droughts causing wildfires. Confused? Yes they are. Here, Ben Pile looks at the case of the UK .
Ben Pile writes at Spiked Climate policy, not climate change, poses the biggest risk to our daily lives. Excerpts in italics with my bolds.
Firstly, Ben provides evidence for a reasonable person to conclude the weather and climate is doing nothing out of the ordinary. Drawing on this year’s UK State of the Climate report:
But how significant are these changes really? Take, for example, the claim that the UK’s temperatures have increased. Leaving aside the possibility that land-use change thanks to the UK’s economic development might influence temperatures, the report offers this chart depicting 140 years of anomalies in UK and global annual temperatures:
Though the chart clearly shows that UK temperatures have risen, there is substantial year-to-year variability – far greater in the UK than for the world as a whole – that might make us wonder how impactful this extra warmth really is.
The point is…
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