Ne're cast a clout...

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Ne're cast a clout...

Post by chaggle » Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:25 pm

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho ... 65925.html
However, Mr Corbyn, 65, who has a degree in physics and runs a company named WeatherAction from an office in south London, declines to disclose his methodology in detail.

He specialises in long-range forecasts, especially those concerned with extreme weather events, and four days ago, in dramatic headlines on his website, he prophesied "the coldest or near coldest May for 100 years in central and east parts with a record run of bitter northerly winds ... spring put into reverse."
Contrast this with the current Met Office 30-day forecast, which says that temperatures up to mid-May "will generally be close to or slightly above the seasonal average".
Could be interesting...
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Post by chaggle » Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:26 pm

chaggle wrote:http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho ... 65925.html
However, Mr Corbyn, 65, who has a degree in physics and runs a company named WeatherAction from an office in south London, declines to disclose his methodology in detail.

He specialises in long-range forecasts, especially those concerned with extreme weather events, and four days ago, in dramatic headlines on his website, he prophesied "the coldest or near coldest May for 100 years in central and east parts with a record run of bitter northerly winds ... spring put into reverse."
Contrast this with the current Met Office 30-day forecast, which says that temperatures up to mid-May "will generally be close to or slightly above the seasonal average".
Could be interesting...
A thread from over three years ago. Interesting indeed...
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Re: Ne're cast a clout...

Post by chaggle » Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:27 pm

Seems as though the to-be leader of the labour party's brother is making a bid to supply the BBC with weather...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho ... 77395.html
True, Piers and his WeatherAction forecasting company lacked the Met Office’s snazzy new £97m super-computer. But they had a computer, (standard variety), and an office – near London Bridge, with space for “two or three people”.

And they had style.

Tired of the green crap? Read Piers’ WeatherAction website: “Man-made climate change is delusional nonsense…”
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