Sunday, 11 July 2010


In NY USA it was ‘snowmaggedon’ this February and ‘boilmaggedon’ this July. There were record temperatures in Pakistan recently, while in the UK there is a drought in Cumbria at present, after floods in Cumbria late last year.

In December 2009 the UK MET Office forecast record world temperatures for 2010 and in April 2010 the Environmental News Service reported that March 2010 was the hottest on record. The same contrasting events have also hit Australia, floods and droughts in the same area.

Glaciers are disappearing, as is Artic ice while more and more areas are subject to water shortages,

Forget the climate sceptics.. see what the real experts at both the UK Met Office and NASA have to say, otherwise than that, trust the evidence of your own eyes and don't forget, there is no 'them and us', only 'you and I'.

As you can see from the above links, 'Global warming' actually equals 'Climate Chaos'.

1 comment:

Andrew Clarke said...

Hallo Fr Peter, I'm glad to find your site again. I was wondering what you were thinking about the shocking oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. We've had two spills, though not as bad, in Australia's vicinity in recent times. It makes alternative sources of power look good, giving the perils of oil drilling, especially at sea. Rather than biofuels, which take food away from people, I wish they could develop solar. Did you hear about the solar powered aircraft that flew in Switzerland recently? Great stuff!