Britain's major independent television broadcaster today joins major national newspapers in finally accepting that man-made global warming is history.
Global cooling is the hot news topic as scientists announce that the planet is stuck in the midst of a prolonged cooling cycle. Britons are being advised to wrap up warm for eleven years, at least.
Sun's Variable Rays Determine Earth's Cooling and Warming Trends
Broadcaster, ITV, is the first major national television network to concede a new paradigm shift is currently underway in the world of climate science due to important recent discoveries about our sun.
On its early evening regional news program, Anglia Tonight (October 10,2011) viewers in central and eastern England were told by weatherman, Ross Hutchinson, that scientists have now "cracked the code of when it is going to be a freezing cold winter and when it is going to be a mild winter."
Fresh-faced Hutchinson speaking live on air to anchor, Becky Jago, announced that it's all down to "ultra-violet emissions" from the sun.
The ITV weather presenter explained, "UV emissions go through an eleven-year sequence of high UV emissions and low UV emissions and this affects wind speed and direction and that, of course, affects our weather and so they [scientists] are thinking that when there is low UV activity we are in for a freezing cold winter."
This announcement from a mainstream TV broadcaster, is matched by similar stories this week in the UK national printed press. The big news shift runs counter to the global warming policies steadfastly pursued by the British government and trumpeted (until now) by the media. This rift could well set alight a fresh political controversy.
In 2008 the UK Climate Change Act was introduced to levy £12 billion a year in taxes to fight "man-made global warming." In the midst of a deepening international recession and with higher heating bills on a cooling planet Britain's voters may now ask: why keep the tax?
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