You’ve maybe heard of extreme weather attribution, where ‘scientists’ attempt to attribute a heatwave, storm or flood etc. to man-made climate change, some time after the event. You’ve heard of rapid extreme weather attribution where they fall over themselves to get the attribution done as quickly as possible whilst the event is still fresh in people’s minds and the main stream media hype is still ongoing. Well, our very own Meteorological Office has now gone one better and done a quick-fire rapid attribution whilst the extreme event in question is still in progress. The problem is, so eager have they been to lay the blame on climate change (TM) for what is in fact a not unprecedented or even particularly unusual heatwave, that they’ve shot themselves in the foot […] I’m thinking reading chicken entrails might be the more reliable method here!
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[…] longer graces us with her attribution soundbites we now have the new and improved soundbite queen, Fredi Otto. According to the fawning and barf-inducing coverage, Fredi ‘cuts a striking figure‘ […]
And for their next gravity-defying trick, a MetO expert climate will stand on his/her head in a bucket of water and gargle. Stay tuned!