AGW Has Created Spinning Ice In The UK

Massive 10ft Spinning Ice Circle Discovered in the UK

Spinning IceIt’s no secret that people in the UK are forever complaining about the weather, but it seems this week they were well within their rights. For the first time ever a rare phenomenon usually only seen in extremely cold countries was spotted on the River Otten in Devon.

A massive spinning ice circle caught the attention of Roy Jefferies as he was walking his dog by the river last Wednesday morning. Measuring a whopping 10 ft in diameter, the rotating disc sat stationary in the river where two currents merge.

Mr Jefferies called a friend, Mr Blisset, who lived nearby, and just happens to have an interest in the strange and bizarre. He identified the ice disc as a true rare specimen.

Hysterical calls of “it’s not climate, it’s weather!!!!!” in 3…2…1…., which typically show that AGW believers do not really understand what climate actually is.

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Oh, BTW, full blown hysteria

To avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, world carbon emissions will have to drop to near zero by 2050 and “go negative” after that, the Worldwatch Institute reported on Tuesday.

So, when all the AGW Believers complain at me that them changing their lifestyles is “not the point” and that “we do not have to stop all our activites that cause CO2 output” – apparently it is only the activites of other people that have to stop – well, then, there you go. It’s in print. What will you do now?

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9 Responses to “AGW Has Created Spinning Ice In The UK”

  1. Reasic says:

    Hysterical calls of “it’s not climate, it’s weather!!!!!” in 3…2…1…., which typically show that AGW believers do not really understand what climate actually is.

    I’m not sure what you’re point here is. Are you being sarcastic, and actually claiming that the floating ice disc somehow disproves AGW? Also, how is it that “AGW believers do not really understand what climate actually is”?

    So, when all the AGW Believers complain at me that them changing their lifestyles is “not the point” and that “we do not have to stop all our activites that cause CO2 output” – apparently it is only the activites of other people that have to stop – well, then, there you go. It’s in print. What will you do now?

    So typical. You take some comments from a fringe organization and apply them to the whole group, as if we are all calling for this. Maybe you neglected to read the entire article?

    This is a deeper cut than called for by most climate experts and policymakers, including President-elect Barack Obama, who favors an 80 percent drop in U.S. carbon emissions by mid-century.

    Oh, wait. You mean MOST climate experts are NOT calling for this? WOW! Amazing what one can learn when one thinks critically, and analyzes all available information.

  2. Silke says:

    Since when does human behavior have any bearing on scientific evidence. People still smoke despite the warnings. Does this mean the scientific evidence linking smoking to cancer is wrong?

    Please cite one scientific paper…just one.

  3. To paraphrase you, could it be possible that the scientists and Hollywood stars that believe that Man is the primary or sole cause of global warming could be wrong?

    Where do they get the specific point they want to reduce CO2 by coming from? Seems rather arbritray, like the use of 50 years and 100 years for when we are all going to die from AGW? Why is it OK to release one level of CO2, but not a little higher?

    Sure looks like climate change is happening, as it appears to be getting colder. Constant reports of abnormally cold weather from all over the northern hemisphere, and we had the same from the Southern during their last winter. Is that caused be AGW?

    Anyhow, the ice circle is pretty cool. I ran across it looking at science articles not having anything to do with AGW.

  4. John Ryan says:

    Teach better email that guy in the top left of the picture. Apparently no one told HIM that the weather was extremely cold. He has no hat or gloves and seems to be dressed in just a sweater

  5. Well, there are idiots in the world, John. Ever seen people at football games wearing little more the shoes, pants, and paint? I’ve been to a few Giants games at the Meadowlands in December where there were people like that.

    And you know there is always at least one idiot wearing shorts when it is in the 40’s or less.

  6. Reasic says:

    Teach, you still have yet to provide one SCIENTIFIC source, answer any of the rebuttals we have for your skeptical claims, or even directly respond to the questions asked in this very post. If you want anyone to take you seriously on this matter, you’re going to have to start discussing science. You claimed to have done so earlier, but then you dodged all rebuttals that were presented, claiming they were unconvincing, without any further explanation as to why not. Please answer our questions.

    However, I will more than happy to answer yours, or at least point you in the right direction:

    Where do they get the specific point they want to reduce CO2 by coming from? Seems rather arbritray, like the use of 50 years and 100 years for when we are all going to die from AGW? Why is it OK to release one level of CO2, but not a little higher?

    First of all, this response further proves that you have not “considered all the evidence”, as you have claimed. For answers, you can start at the IPCC report, chapter 5:

    http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar4/syr/ar4_syr.pdf

    You also show that you don’t know what you’re talking about with your mention of us all dying after 50 or 100 years. To my knowledge, no one has made that claim, so please provide a quote. Otherwise, you’ve set up yet another straw man for yourself.

    Constant reports of abnormally cold weather from all over the northern hemisphere, and we had the same from the Southern during their last winter. Is that caused be AGW?

    This is EXACTLY what I’m talking about when I say that you don’t know the difference between climate and weather. Global warming doesn’t mean that each and every year will be successively warmer.

  7. mèatbrain says:

    “Hysterical calls of “it’s not climate, it’s weather!!!!!” in 3…2…1…., which typically show that AGW believers do not really understand what climate actually is.”

    Of course, all comments indicating that it doesn’t know what climate actually is are rebuffed with the word “hysterical”. That way, it can pretend that it has successfully concealed its own ignorance.

  8. Reasic says:

    Teach, you keep avoiding my arguments, and then you end up making the same tired old arguments later on, that I’ve already debunked. Please stop avoiding the inconvenient truth.

  9. Reasic says:

    Still nothing? I’d LOVE to see you take this seriously and actually do what you say you do. It doesn’t sound like you’ve considered the other side of this argument at all.

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