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    Default As 2011 draws to a close, I gotta ask....

    Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and were still at square one...

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    BBC - Paul Hudson's Weather & Climate Blog: UAH Satellite global temperature update


    Nothing has happened over the last 10 years and the temperature of the planet as a whole is up 0.12 Deg C in thirty years whilst Carbon emissions are higher than anyone ever imagined, including the IPCC.

    And yet Al Gore is a billionaire in a mansion paid for by Carbon taxes.

    Go figure....

    You've all been had.

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    Winters in place in Siberia where I've lived for many years now much warmer, you know like having rain now compared to 20 years ago having -30C with snow everywhere since October.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Winters in place in Siberia where I've lived for many years now much warmer, you know like having rain now compared to 20 years ago having -30C with snow everywhere since October.
    To days coldest city in the world

    Temperature: -41°C (-42°F) °C Yakutsk, Russia (Far East)
    A not so cold city but still cold

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    Last Year record cold winter in Siberia

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    In a new blow to the climate change lobby, Russia's top weatherman today announced that the winter now drawing to a close in Siberia may turn out to be the coldest on record.

    'The winter of 2009-10 was one of the most severe in European part of Russia for more than 30 years, and in Siberia it was perhaps the record breaking coldest ever,' said Dr Alexander Frolov, head of state meteorological service Rosgidromet.

    Statistics are still being analysed in detail, but it is known that in western Siberia the mean temperature was minus 23.2C, with more colder days than in previous years.

    Some 63 days were colder than minus 25C and 39 days below minus 30C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    To days coldest city in the world[/url]
    Check the map where Yakutsk is - Siberia is very large and I compared winter in city where I lived 15 years with what happens with it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Check the map where Yakutsk is - Siberia is very large and I compared winter in city where I lived 15 years with what happens with it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    Name it.
    10 Day Weather Forecast for Tjumen - weather.com

    Forecast for end of December (28th) is 24-26 F, which is just below 0 C.

    Normally in December we had around -30C, anything close to -20C was deemed very mild.

    I know it well because at -35C I did not have to go to school - poor kids these days there won't get extra days off

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