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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:38 pm    Post subject: Audio Interview - The Man Who Cracked Weather Reply with quote

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I decided to extract this old interview from the
Global Warming Scam topic thread and give Piers
a thread of his own. He has new videos. See below... FD


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The Beautiful Truth Show - 31st March, 2010

Guest - Astrophysicist, Piers Corbyn - http://weatheraction.com

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Where is Weather, Climate and
the Climate Change Con going?


5 new videos from Piers Corbyn

6th Jan 2010 at
WeatherAction Office, London Bridge.
Videos produced by MORRIS HERMAN

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1. How Piers became a forecaster


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx4CyCVTQd0


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2. 'Cooling is Warming' is a CON!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPMmCruPAWU


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3. Fundamental solar-lunar driven changes in weather patterns have begun


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O76GO02LtlU



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4. A failed Fiddling weather & Climate industry


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afv2sGa4rQA


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5. Jet Stream & Gulf stream dynamics & Jet Stream "freezing" & "blocking"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGrmrpbaCE&feature=related

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2011 10:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the Record: Wink

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The man who repeatedly beats
the Met Office at its own game


Piers Corbyn not only predicted the current weather, but he
believes things are going to get much worse, says Boris Johnson.


Boris Johnson, Telegraph Columnist - 19 Dec 2010

Well, folks, it's tea-time on Sunday and for anyone involved in keeping people moving it has been a hell of a weekend.

Thousands have had their journeys wrecked, tens of thousands have been delayed getting away for Christmas; and for those Londoners who feel aggrieved by the performance of any part of our transport services, I can only say that we are doing our level best.

Almost the entire Tube system was running yesterday and we would have done even better if it had not been for a suicide on the Northern Line, and the temporary stoppage that these tragedies entail. Of London's 700 bus services, only 50 were on diversion, mainly in the hillier areas. On Saturday, we managed to keep the West End plentifully supplied with customers, and retailers reported excellent takings on what is one of the busiest shopping days of the year.

We have kept the Transport for London road network open throughout all this. We have about 90,000 tons of grit in stock, and the gritters were out all night to deal with this morning's rush. And yet we have to face the reality of the position across the country.

It is no use my saying that London Underground and bus networks are performing relatively well touch wood when Heathrow, our major international airport, is still effectively closed two days after the last heavy snowfall; when substantial parts of our national rail network are still struggling; when there are abandoned cars to be seen on hard shoulders all over the country; and when yet more snow is expected today, especially in the north.

In a few brief hours, we are told, the snowy superfortresses will be above us again, bomb bays bulging with blizzard. It may be that in the next hours and days we have to step up our de-icing, our gritting and our shovelling. So let me seize this brief gap in the aerial bombardment to pose a question that is bugging me.

Why did the Met Office forecast a "mild winter"?

Do you remember? They said it would be mild and damp, and between one degree and one and a half degrees warmer than average. Well, I am now 46 and that means I have seen more winters than most people on this planet, and I can tell you that this one is a corker.


Never mind the record low attained in Northern Ireland this weekend. I can't remember a time when so much snow has lain so thickly on the ground, and we haven't even reached Christmas. And this is the third tough winter in a row. Is it really true that no one saw this coming?

Actually, they did. Allow me to introduce readers to Piers Corbyn, meteorologist and brother of my old chum, bearded leftie MP Jeremy. Piers Corbyn works in an undistinguished office in Borough High Street. He has no telescope or supercomputer. Armed only with a laptop, huge quantities of publicly available data and a first-class degree in astrophysics, he gets it right again and again.

Back in November, when the Met Office was still doing its "mild winter" schtick, Corbyn said it would be the coldest for 100 years. Indeed, it was back in May that he first predicted a snowy December, and he put his own money on a white Christmas about a month before the Met Office made any such forecast. He said that the Met Office would be wrong about last year's mythical "barbecue summer", and he was vindicated. He was closer to the truth about last winter, too.

He seems to get it right about 85 per cent of the time and serious business people notably in farming are starting to invest in his forecasts. In the eyes of many punters, he puts the taxpayer-funded Met Office to shame. How on earth does he do it? He studies the Sun.

He looks at the flow of particles from the Sun, and how they interact with the upper atmosphere, especially air currents such as the jet stream, and he looks at how the Moon and other factors influence those streaming particles.

He takes a snapshot of what the Sun is doing at any given moment, and then he looks back at the record to see when it last did something similar. Then he checks what the weather was like on Earth at the time and he makes a prophecy.

I have not a clue whether his methods are sound or not. But when so many of his forecasts seem to come true, and when he seems to be so consistently ahead of the Met Office, I feel I want to know more. Piers Corbyn believes that the last three winters could be the harbinger of a mini ice age that could be upon us by 2035, and that it could start to be colder than at any time in the last 200 years. He goes on to speculate that a genuine ice age might then settle in, since an ice age is now cyclically overdue.

Is he barmy? Of course he may be just a fluke-artist. It may be just luck that he has apparently predicted recent weather patterns more accurately than government-sponsored scientists. Nothing he says, to my mind, disproves the view of the overwhelming majority of scientists, that our species is putting so much extra CO2 into the atmosphere that we must expect global warming.

The question is whether anthropogenic global warming is the exclusive or dominant fact that determines our climate, or whether Corbyn is also right to insist on the role of the Sun. Is it possible that everything we do is dwarfed by the moods of the star that gives life to the world? The Sun is incomparably vaster and more powerful than any work of man. We are forged from a few clods of solar dust. The Sun powers every plant and form of life, and one day the Sun will turn into a red giant and engulf us all. Then it will burn out. Then it will get very nippy indeed.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

he's back with a new haircut

something big is to happen between june 26- july 4
hey, that's not far away

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wp88l70R9FQ

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First...

1 minute sixteen seconds of 'tinfoil'
overview from the AlJazeera host.

Fracking as a driver of earthquakes??

Piers and the weather Action team are good at the hard weather science.
I wish he'd stick really close to that.

There's a big difference between predicting
weather and predicting earthquakes.

Techtonic movements are inherently intermittent and sporadic.
They are driven by unknowable underground plate positioning.

Air and sea movements are much less variable and
follow multi-decadal cycles - thus far more predictable.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:19 am    Post subject: earth-shattering Reply with quote

Fintan wrote:
First...

Techtonic movements are inherently intermittent and sporadic.
They are driven by unknowable underground plate positioning.



A lot of earth-scientists would likely disagree. Exact event timing is the issue.

btw, Piers looked uncomfortable with the question and should have demurred. His study of solar influences is kind of related but only in very sketchy and still as yet specified manners. Time will tell lol.

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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2019 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



First 20 minutes is good. Also check Piers @ 45mins.


Piers just a couple of weeks ago...

- Knocking it out of the park!

The park in London, that is. Wink

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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 12:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, Fintan, an excellent summary of the "man made global warming" $cam.
Piers is aware that the global usury banking criminals want a global carbon tax to keep their criminally insane debt-based money 'creation' system going.


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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yo MC - this one is even better.

Piers gave a literal "stand-up performance" on his
return just days ago when he took to an elevated podium
and had a chance to lay out his stall fully without interruption.

Piers has unique and little-covered insights into the $cam
and even for the well clued-in there's a lot to like. Wink

Piers begins by tackling the REAL climate crisis heads-on:


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