Two years ago the entire northern hemisphere of the earth was struck by a malformation of the polar vortex. This means that all through the winter of 2013-14 the weather was very different to normal. Some regions, especially
America, suffered far colder
conditions than average; whereas Europe, particularly the British Isles,
experienced exceptionally mild, wet and windy weather. For enthusiasts of the
man-made climate change culture this was to be regarded as a "wake-up
call". Dr Mayer Hillman even referred to it exactly as that in his appeal
for a global state of emergency to save the planet, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/anything-to-save-planet.html.
However last winter I breathed a sigh of relief when it turned out to be pretty
normal for a British winter; a bit of wet, a bit of cold, snow here and there.
According to the Daily Express on the
3rd of November this year, Britain is about to face the coldest winter in fifty years... mind
you they say that every autumn. The Met Office itself doesn't give forecasts
more than thirty days ahead and admits that any forecast beyond a mere six days
tends to be very imprecise. The Express however
has decreed we're going to have a cold winter because of the re-emergence of El Niño, see: http://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/611100/Winter-2015-Heavy-Snow-record-cold-weather-forecast-UK.
Meaning "little boy" in Spanish, El
Niño is a standing current that moves warm water across the eastern Pacific
Ocean. It was been oscillating in an unusual way for the last decade and this
is the most commonly blamed culprit for the California drought, which is now in its third season, see: http://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/ben-emlyn-jones-on-mind-set-podcast-81.html.
It is also believed to influence the climate in other parts of the world and
might be the cause of harsh winters in the UK in the late 2000's. However, so far the weather has been
very unusual and I've a feeling in two weeks' time we're going to hear the
phrase "warmest November on record!" echo across the media. Normally
at this time of year, late autumn, the weather would be very changeable with
plenty of rainy days; but there would also be a few frosty mornings and even
some snow. This has not happened; in fact I don't think the thermometer has
dropped much below ten degrees since the month began. We've also had almost no
wind and it has been wetter than the mean. Because I work a lot outdoors
nowadays I notice these things more. I'm concerned we're going to have another
winter like 2013-14, which was miserable and destructive; large areas were
flooded out and a million people had to leave their homes. I know weather is
essentially a chaotic system that is inherently unpredictable, but I've found
that weather patterns can often set in and become entrenched, sometimes for
several months at a time. This certainly happened during the heatwave of 2003
and the floods ten years later. There is another question that the Met Office
will never address, but we must still ask: How many of the extreme weather
patterns in the world are natural? As I detail in the background links below,
the technology does exist to control the weather, even on a continental and
global scale. I've seen a lot of chemtrailing over the last few days and,
ironically as I write this, today is the first major change we've seen in the
weather all month. It's been windy because of "Storm Abigail". We
will have to wait and see which way the atmospheric conditions go during the
next few months, but whichever it is, we cannot assume that it is not the
deliberate work of somebody.
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/london-chemtrails-awareness-conference.html.