Jet Stream Changes Consistent With Cooling, Not Warming


By Paul Homewood

The one thing, on which there seems to be universal agreement, is that the recent spell of wet weather in the UK has been the direct result of the behaviour of the jet stream.

Over the last couple of months, it has not only moved south of its “usual” position, but also been unusually strong.

And it is not only this winter that this southerly shift has occurred. This same shift was also blamed for recent cold winters , the wet summer of 2012, and the floods of 2007.

Unsurprisingly, attempts have been made to attribute this change in the jet stream to global warming, which is all very strange because we were told in 2008 that global warming was shifting the jet stream poleward.

There is actually scientific logic for this, but, more importantly, this poleward shift had been confirmed by measurements taken…

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