Sunday, 5 July 2015

THE MYSTERY OVER BRITAIN'S "HOTTEST DAY"

Christopher Booker looks at the evidence for Britain's hottest day, claimed by the Met Office during the recent hot spell that lasted for a few days. I wonder if the Met Office would have gone to so much trouble to claim a record cold temperature?

4 comments:

Mike Varengas said...

Well, maybe they would have if it's strikingly lower than the previous low. But you do have a point and here's why. Concerns over melting of the ice caps and greenhouse gasses, that all leads to hotter weather, not colder. So whenever they register a new high in temperatures, it generates additional fuss, touching on global warming. That's how I see it at least.

Mike Varengas said...

Similarly, in England, every single case of rubbish clearance brings thoughts of the unethical practice of fly tipping and all the fines that come with it. We all seem to be playing a world of associations game these days.

Derek Tipp said...

Hi Mike. Yes the language is the key. It used to be called propaganda or brainwashing. But now it is also used in advertising and campaigning. Who can we trust?

Gregory Palomino said...

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