|Miranda Kerr demonstrating|
The latest is the Global Warming (hey! No AGW for 17-23 years) will cause turbulence for your airline flights.
The latest is the (man-made) Global Warming (hey! No AGW for 17-23 years) will cause turbulence for your flights.
The Courier Mail reported:
Can it be so? The report from study co-author Paul Williams of the University of Reading's National Centre for Atmospheric Science in southeastern England, says: (link)
FLIGHTS will become bumpier as global warming destabilises air currents at altitudes used by commercial airliners, climate scientists warn.Willians then says:
CO2 caused non-uniform warming, which increased the jet stream winds.Miranda Kerr (above) has demonstrated Uniform Warming.
Amazingly, this report has been reproduced around the world - See UK (Link); US (link); Europe (link) Japan (link) etc; etc; etc.
The study was from Paul Williams of the University of Reading's National Centre for Atmospheric Science in southeastern England.
Suggests? No accurate data?"Our research suggests that we'll be seeing the 'fasten seatbelts' sign turned on more often in the decades ahead."
Why not produce data BEFORE publishing a report!
Some comments to this story HERE.
John | 9/04/2013 10:46 1What Crap, total alarmists. Focus on anything and it becomes a problem.
Robin Mark | 15/04/2013 11:20 2Does this mean the sky really is falling??
Toscamaster | 17/04/2013 11:22 5Oh the deceit revealed by Prof Williams’ itchy palm. To the British Chancellor of the Exchequer - BEWARE.
This man and his co-authors are coming to raid your piggy bank through bogus applications for grants. ASK FOR ANY HARD REAL WORLD EVIDENCE. I’ll warrant that there is none. Computer modelling is NOT hard evidence. Williams and his like demean real evidence-based scientific research.
Robin Mark really hits the spot!Robin Mark | 22/04/2013 13:22 8news just in on this incredible topic....... garbage collectors are demanding higher wages as the change in climate is making the rubbish decay quicker (more quickly?) and is smelly.