Climate change predictions WRONG? Scientists find hotter summers could mean LESS floods

New research by Met Office and Newcastle University scientists suggests a “sharp decline” in UK summer rain if daily temperatures exceed the predicted 22 ºC due to climate change.

The Express (UK) reports:

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5 thoughts on “Climate change predictions WRONG? Scientists find hotter summers could mean LESS floods”

  1. And, I guess, there is at least some minority belief that since money is a proxy for energy, throwing more money at research for sustainable energy sources will alter the laws of the science of energy, physics, enough that all of us will be able to have access to and make use of abundant non-fossil, non-carbon based hot air to power our lives and our economic endeavors.

  2. Oh gee.
    Based on these “new findings” they’re going to need a lot more funding for further study.
    Milking the magical money machine for every penny that can be squeezed out before the universal call of B.S. is heard.

  3. Climate change predictions WRONG

    How could that be ??? ……They’ve got Mann & muddels & everything.

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