Piers Corbyn on Donald Trump’s Win

Piers on This Week December 2015

Piers Corbyn & http://www.WeatherAction.com say (9-11-16)
Congratulations President-Elect Trump!

“Whatever you may have heard or feel about Donald Trump his election is an amazing revolution and vote of no-confidence against the corrupt self-serving political establishment bubble, mainstream media and opinion manipulators in the USA and the world. The result will lead to tremendous changes which will defy and out-date the norms of today’s tired and failing elites and methods.

This election is strangely reminiscent of my brother, Jeremy Corbyn’s, epic victories in Labour – on many different policies but nevertheless against the establishment bubble. Incidentally I predicted the victories for Brexit, Trump and my brother (both times) months ahead and won a bet with William Hill on Trump.

“The political implications of Trump’s election are tectonic and world-wide. There are TWO main changes coming:-

1. FAIR TRADE NOT the “FREE TRADE” of corporate-plunder favouring bad Trade Deals and rules, and limiting casino banking. We will see the end of TPP, TTIP, EUETS etc and replacement by fairer agreements for Trade and regulating the role of banks (known as ‘Glass-Steigal’ approaches eg).

2. AN END TO THE DELUSION OF MAN-MADE CLIMATE CHANGE AND DATA-FRAUD and the advance of CLEXIT (Climate-Agreements-EXIT) world-wide. 

This must lead to the end of the UNIPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and related junkets across the world, and an end to economically damaging carbon/energy taxes and charges. The labelling of CO2 as a pollutant must end and TRUE GREEN policies defending biodiversity and wildlife should be enacted instead. Progressives must guard against the demise of the CO2 con being used as a Green-Light (LOL!) to wanton trashing of nature for profit.

“AS with BREXIT none of the crazy establishment scare stories about a Trump victory will come true. I am sure President Trump – who thinks outside the box as a businessman rather than a politician -will be much easier and more flexible to deal with than the biased media have led us to believe especially for politicians who think positive about ways forward.”

Key Links for FACTS exposing ManMade ClimateChange Conspiracy Theory:
1. It’s The Wrong Type Of Extremes + the 3-KILLER-FACTS destroying the CO2 Con


2. Top Climate Scientists +UN Fail to provide Evidence of their failed Climate Con:

CO2-ClimateChange Conspiracy (-Of-Nature) theory Exposed – Ongoing + CLEXIT campaign

3. Piers Corbyn’s Popular Presentation at International Climate Realist conference London 8-9 Sept 2016

http://bit.ly/2ciEPpV Slide 50 important.

Donald Trumps Victory “One United People” speech video:


Twitter: @Piers_Corbyn 

Piers Corbyn – “World weather is now developing faster into grim new era”

The long JetStream:

December JetStream winds at 500 hpa image: earth.nullschool.net
Today's JetStream winds at 500 hpa image: earth.nullschool.net

This is Piers’ one quote in the Daily Express article:

Piers Corbyn, forecaster for WeatherAction, said: “There is a significant change in the weather on the way.

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Ocean cycles, The Pause and Global Warming

Watts Up With That?

By Andy May

h/t Joachim Seifert

There is a new post by Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Professor Fritz Vahrenholt, translated by Pierre Gosselin, on the effect of ocean cycles on 20th century warming and the 21st century pause. They had previously written about this in their popular book The Neglected Sun, in English here. Marcia Wyatt and Judith Curry have also written about the effect of ocean cycles here. These roughly 60 to 65-year cycles have the advantage of explaining the warming from about 1910 to 1944 and the warming from 1975 to 2005 with a similar mechanism. This is important, because the two warming events are very similar, as shown here and in figure 1.

Figure 1

In the IPCC WG1 AR5 document (page 887), they have a hard time explaining the earlier 20th century warming. The text is so confusing we will…

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Lord Donoughue: Labour Must Ditch Its Climate Change Obsession


By Paul Homewood



From GWPF:

In 2008, I was one of the many members of both houses who unquestioningly voted for Ed Miliband’s Climate Change Act, with its legal commitments to rapidly decarbonise the British economy. The measure was not properly costed (now forecast at upwards of £360bn by 2050). I had not studied the Bill. This seemed a noble, if eye-wateringly ambitious, project: to ‘save the planet’. Who could object to that?

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NSIDC Confirm Low Arctic Ice Due To Influx Of Warm Atlantic Water


By Paul Homewood



There has been increasing hysteria from global warming alarmists lately about polar sea ice trends.

So let’s start with the Arctic, where sea ice extent, despite some unusually, but certainly not unprecedented, mild weather in the last couple of months, has been tracking close to 2012.

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If you live near the Arctic Circle, get ready for Northern Lights. A solar wind stream is approaching Earth with wind speeds as high as 700 km/s. First contact with the fast-moving gas on Dec. 7th and 8th could produceG1-classgeomagnetic storms and auroras at high latitudes.

The source of this solar wind stream is a hole in the sun’s atmosphere, shown here in a Dec. 5th image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory:This is a “coronal hole”–a region where the sun’s magnetic field has opened up, allowing solar wind to escape. Because this hole is broad, the emerging stream of s:olar wind is broad as well. It should influence Earth for several days after it arrives.


It’s Snowing in Hawaii

this sounds like something you’d experience in, say, the Dakotas.

Snow has been falling since late last week on the Big Island’s volcanic summits. That snow prompted officials to close a section of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park above the Red Hill Cabin, including the summit of Mauna Loa Thursday, reported Big Island Now.

Also shut down was the road up to Mauna Kea at the visitor station, above 9,200 feet, due to fog, heavy snow and icy conditions, according to Hawaii News Now. This gave residents and visitors to the Big Island a relatively rare view of the snow-capped peaks from lower elevations.

How Strange Is This?

According to Ken Rubin, an assistant professor of geology and geophysics at the University of Hawaii, “It snows here every year, but only at the very summits of our three tallest volcanoes (Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea and Haleakala).

“The snow level almost never gets below 9,000 feet in Hawaii during the winter, but since these mountains are taller than 13,600 feet, 13,700 feet and 10,000 feet, respectively, they get dusted with snow a few times a year,” he added. “It rarely stays on the ground for more than a few days though.”

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I would like to know if it can snow in Hawaii??

The answer is “yes”. It snows here every year, but only at the very summits of our 3 tallest volcanoes (Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea and Haleakala). The snow level almost never gets below 9000 feet in Hawaii during the winter, but since these mountains are taller than 13,000 feet, 13,000 feet, and 10,000 feet, respectively, they get dusted with snow a few times a year. It rarely stays on the ground for more than a few days though.

Although the rest of the island chain enjoys warm tropical weather the entire year-round, there have been “freak” cold storms a few times this century that have brought local snow storms down to as low as 3000 to 4000 feet. This snow has melted very quickly, however.

Ken Rubin, Professor
Department of Geology and Geophysics
University of Hawaii, Honolulu HI 96822


Europe’s green energy policy is a disaster for the environment.

Less trees to hug😦

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The European Union’s proposals for revising its renewable energy policies are greenwashing and don’t solve the serious flaws, say environmental groups.

The EU gets 65 per cent of its renewable energy from biofuels – mainly wood – but it is failing to ensure this bioenergy comes from sustainable sources, and results in less emissions than burning fossil fuels. Its policies in some cases are leading to deforestation, biodiversity loss and putting more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than burning coal.

“Burning forest biomass on an industrial scale for power and heating has proved disastrous,” says Linde Zuidema, bioenergy campaigner for forest protection group Fern. “The evidence that its growing use will increase emissions and destroy forests in Europe and elsewhere is overwhelming.”

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