Europe’s Hottest Year Ever Wasn’t Hot

The fraudsters at The Guardian claim that this was Europe’s hottest year ever, due to “greenhouse gas emissions.”  Only problem is – it wasn’t hot this year in Europe.

ScreenHunter_5273 Dec. 17 22.29Europe’s record hot year made at least 35 times more likely by climate change, say scientists | Environment | The Guardian

The average maximum temperature in France this summer was just above average, and the frequency of hot days was below average.

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The morons at the Guardian live in Europe. They didn’t notice that it wasn’t hot? Perhaps they consider mild winter temperatures to be “hot.”

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17 Responses to Europe’s Hottest Year Ever Wasn’t Hot

  1. If the Guardian articles are the work of morons, we need a new descriptive word for those who leave comments.
    Idiots, whack jobs, imbeciles nah, inadequate.
    Something more accurate….?

  2. gator69 says:

    European Heatwave Caused 35,000 Deaths
    13:38 10 October 2003 by Shaoni Bhattacharya

    “At least 35,000 people died as a result of the record heatwave that scorched Europe in August 2003, says an environmental think tank.”

    http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn4259-european-heatwave-caused-35000-deaths.html#.VJJ1G9E5DIU

  3. ren says:

    The jet stream shows severe weather in the vicinity of the Great Lakes. The collision of very cold and warm air is likely to result a strong snowstorm.
    http://earth.nullschool.net/#2014/12/23/0000Z/wind/isobaric/250hPa/orthographic=-91.31,50.07,454

  4. Sophie says:

    I live in the UK and we did have a good summer, though it was nothing like 1976, which was phenomenal.

  5. Sage Vals says:

    Guardian says the research is not yet published or peer reviewed. They usually demand peer review, and suggest non-peer reviewed stuff be ignored!?

  6. Sophie says:

    I forgot to add, people here were saying we were having a proper summer at last, because we’ve had some pretty dismal ones of late. The mild weather has continued into autumn, makes up for the terrible seasons we’ve had in recent years. I will give you the difference in temperatures I experienced over the past three days. Monday night freezing, Tuesday night +6.5c, Wednesday night +12.5c.

  7. philjourdan says:

    It was not close to a record in any place humans live. Even Oz, where they proclaimed it, is all adjustments by BOM.

  8. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    Some stupid things are just beyond comment!

  9. Andy DC says:

    Except for one outlier year (2003), there is very little there to chew on.

  10. sophie says:

    As I said yesterday, we in this country finally had a proper summer, it was a lot warmer than recent dismal years (For several years running the Met office promised us a barbecue summer, which were all rained out) It has been mild this autumn, but it is simply not in contention with 1976 or around the turn of the century. The problem we face is in the UK is because of the last 6 years of not very good weather, people will be mistaken for thinking this normal summer and milder autumn is due to ‘terrifying,’ global warming. They tried to blame last winter’s floods on climate change, when the idiots in the environment department even purposely flooded fields prior to the storms, to encourage a natural habitat. You couldn’t make it!

  11. emsnews says:

    Sophie, remember when the great estates of England all decided to eliminate the peasants and turn their farms which they tilled since the Anglo Saxon days, into pastures for sheep?

    The SAME PROCESS is happening now! Note that your ‘Prince Charles’ is leading the charge of eliminating as many peasants as possible and to protect ‘nature’ aka, their estates. This is why they, for example, flooded many small towns and suburban homes. Note they didn’t turn their great estates into flood zones!

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