Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Fox News 12 in Oregon use my info including on air TV mention

First of all I owe a huge thank you to Garron Socum from Washington Square in the USA for making this possible. It was his hard work that made this breakthrough possible by reposting my research and work to date, which also included my winter forecast video which appeared on the Fox 12 News website in Oregon, USA.


TV and Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen used the information from my research and actually mentioned it LIVE on air during their TV weather segment on WED 22nd Sept 2010, he also referred to my theory that we may be heading for a Dalton/Maunder Minimum on his website afterwards, of which he stated "both of these are associated with much cooler than normal global weather, but I didn't factor this into my winter outlook either".

I am overjoyed that I have made the news at last, it is however ashame that it had to come from the other side of the world as no UK media source will take me seriously.  Still publicity is publicity and even if it only raises some small awareness, I am still very happy to have made the news. Once again I can't thank you enough Garron for making this possible.

J.Madden (UK Weather Geek)

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

UK Winter Forecast 2010/2011 Update

I have had a stream of questions in relation to the amount of snowfall that we are likely to receive in the UK this coming winter.  As previously stated freezing temperatures will be the main concern, however heavy snowfall is also plausible as another major issue that we are facing due to the extra cloud cover and cooling that is generally produced during low solar activity. We must also consider the establishing La Nina as this is generally influential to the UK in terms of the change in global weather patterns, locations that tend to be wet will become wetter. We currently experience an ample amount of wet weather in the UK, so it would be adequate to expect even more precipitation.  More precipitation during freezing temperatures with the increased cloud cover from low sunspot activity = HEAVY SNOWFALL!

Sunday, 19 September 2010

IMPORTANT Q & A - UK Severe Winter Weather Warning 2010-2011/Winters

It really concerns me that I have presented so many FACTS still to be criticised and abused by other weather organisations who can not get their own forecasts correct! We need to prepare for a winter similar to the last at the very least or much much worse as I expect from my research/study results that have a 100% success rate so far.

1. Yes the number of spotless days has increased in terms of sunspot activity this year but the FACTS still remain that we are still in a minimum when we should be in a maximum, this has future effects on further low solar activity (which means more spotless days and further prolonged periods of low solar activity).

2. The gulf stream has only been waining in recent years, there has never been activity seen like this year before. Yes sometimes there are natural fluctuations here and there but this has gone on for a much more prolonged period than usual with very large anomalies (like nothing we have ever seen before). It is evident to see from real time satellite data (See fig.1) the lack of warm water from the gulf stream/North Atlantic current reaching the UK or Northern Europe, in FACT the whole system inc the thermohaline circulation is looking a major cause for concern. This is what prevents us from much colder conditions due to the central heating effect it has on the UK, yes it will have a lag effect that will hit us harder next year as I have always stated, but the fact still remains that the whole system has been under threat for years and this year has proved fatal in terms of what has happened and will effect our winter.  It is also evident to still see a clear breakage in the gulf loop current in the bottom left hand corner (see fig.1), the main engine that drives the gulf stream. I am also open to suggestions that the BP oil spill may have also contributed to this somewhat already weak system, in fact this was a basic physics experiment that we undertook back at university and the oil did have major effects on boundary layers of the warm water stream. Either way it is the effects that we are interested in, not the cause!

FIG.1 (NOAA, 20th Sept 2010)

These are the two biggest factors that will influence our climate and to be honest these are big enough by themselves, there are however others.

Volcanoes; the Eyjafjallajökull volcano was stated as not big enough to have a GLOBAL effect by a highly respected meteorological institue in Norway. The FACT still remains that the UK is very close to Iceland and this will have REGIONAL effects, it is also FACT that some ash and sulfur will remain within the atmosphere for the next 12 months at least, however minimal the sulfur content is considered by others. God help us if another volcano decides to blow its top especially Katla which generally follows Eyjafjallajökull. Couple the current activity this with the extra space debris accumulated from the shrinking of the earth's upper atmosphere which will also block out further sunlight (FACT) however miniscule it may be have been considered before or after the reported shrinkage.

La Nina; the La Nina is currently ongoing and still establishing itself and the immediate signs are not very welcoming, this will soon transition to the Northern Hemisphere and is expected to last the duration of the 2010-11 UK winter in a recent ENSO alert from the NOAA that issued a La Nina advisory. This is also hugely influential on cooling large masses of water.

So there we have it, our major driver of all climate and weather (THE SUN) is in a period of such low activity that scientists can not explain, all the predicitions to date including NASA's are wrong! This will result in a major cooling of our planet (FACT), it is also (FACT) that we can expect many more spotless days and further prolonged periods of low solar activity due to it's current condition. The gulf stream/North Atlantic current/thermohaline circulation is a major cause for concern (FACT), the warm water from this acts as the UK central heating system (FACT), now what happens if you have a house that suddenly loses it's central heating through the months of winter?

I am not trying to scare anyone, I am simply trying to raise awareness and get my scientific theory out.  I had one person ask me last week "why is awareness key"?

Well awareness is key my friend as it is FACT that vulnerable people suffer/die during extended periods of cold weather, an example of this could be one of my elderley relatives who was took by surprise last year even though I told him it was going to be a severe winter and to prepare as he lives a fair distance from us, he still took notice of the met office mild winter forecast.  Do you know he spent three-four weeks indoors due to the heavy snowfall and cold weather and could not really afford to put his central heating on.  Another area in terms of awareness is people with children or young familys such as myself, did you know we nearly run out of gas last winter in the UK, I am not sure how me and my young family would cope without gas, it will only take a winter slightly worse than the latter to trigger this scenario.  There is also the increase in accidents in terms of cars and children/elderley falling which puts severe pressure on our already pressed NHS. The relative I mentioned earlier unfortunately passed away earlier this year but they also fell unexpectingly due to the cold weather conditions and hurt himself on his own doorstep quite badly. Having said that I really am hoping that my predicition of a winter similar to last actually comes true, I do not really want anybody to have to suffer inc myself from any of the above due to an even more severe winter than the last, I however am very concerned that it will be worse especially in regards to the year after due to the lag effect from these processes.  The lag effect from the gulf stream may well hit us harder next year but we will still see an effect this year, we are also going to experience the lag effect from the low solar activity in previous years this coming winter.  Freezing temperatures will be the main issue, however heavy snowfall could also be another major issue that we are facing due to the extra cloud cover and cooling that is generally produced during low solar activity.

Not everyone and as it appears all weather organisations will agree with me about these FACTS!  I do understand this, but you must remember that they are also employed to prevent panic. It could also be suggested that this disproves any global warming work that they have done and received funding for, I have given you all of my research and theories for FREE!  I can't even get one newspaper to take me seriously, yet I see them publishing articles from earlier this year about "THE HOTTEST UK SUMMER EVER PREDICTS POSITIVE WEATHER SOLUTIONS" http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1259685/UK-hottest-summer-predicts-Positive-Weather-Solutions.html

I am however slighlty embarrassed about any grammatical errors that I have made throughout my posts etc, which the weather organisations have picked up on and mentioned to me time and time again to try and make me feel inadequate, this is simply down to typo errors or trying to type as much as I could in a short space of time, the science is however theoretically sound, so sorry about that everyone.

What really concerns me is the fact that these weather organistations or paid meteorologists have the time and effort that they are actually making with me to point out such things as grammatical errors, surely they have other important areas of research to be getting on with, especially as there is a lot of interesting things happening right now in regards to everything I have mentioned.  As is stands it would be more than adequate to expect further severe winters and poor summers over the coming years, of which I will keep you all posted on.

UK Weather Geek

Thursday, 16 September 2010

UK Winter Forecast 2010/11 Update

Well in answer to all the questions regarding Joe Bastardi's UK winter forecast, yes he is well respected and that is his opinion and you also have mine, we will see who is right but at this present moment in time I see it as impossible that we will have a mild winter. The low sunspot activity, the behaviour of the gulf stream, and the La Nina should override any other factors, my forecast does therefore not change for a severe winter that will at the very least be similar to last (and that was bad enough) or much worse, with a good chance of heavy snowfall!

Hi WeatherGeek. With the release of Joe Bastadi's UK forecast does this knock your confidence slightly? Joe seems to be a reliable source when it comes to long term forecasts..... I personally agree with you in regards to it being a severe winter ahead however there does seem to be a pretty even divide on the net over whether it will be mild or severe....

 I have been reading all of these posts with great interest over the past few days. All of Weathergeek's theories sound very plausible and likely, but then there are major forecast stations and sites saying that it is going to be milder than last year - it really is hard to know what to believe - but I suppose it does no harm to plan for the worst. I would just love loads of snow, I am too young (29 lol) to remember any major snow in the past, being from N. Ireland, so it would be great to see loads of it!!!

Joe Bastardi's winter blog released:....... Hi new guy here just saw Joe's blog Richardc1983 its just a rough out look , but truth be told he has no idea whats going to happen. My reason for this statement is that you can read on his blog that he's done no research on the weather patern for the u.k etc and he's just speculating , so until he does a full report and some research you just have to wait and see. I think weathergeek will be spot on this year in regards to winter 2010/2011 , for those who like a white x-mas like myself I can't see it dumping it down in the south or the southeast but I hope I'm wrong . I would think the northern part will stand a better chance then us down here in the south , but let's hope I'm wrong theres nothing like a white covering of snow all over the place.

Joe Bastardi's winter blog released: http://www.accuweather.com/ukie/bastardi-europe-blog.asp
"I dont think Great Britain is as cold as last year, more or less a normal winter. But this will be a rough winter in areas in central and eastern Europe, the interior part of the continent. That is a thumbnail sketch, a rough look. One more things, precip will be a bit below normal for much of Europe this winter. "
How pants is that!!!

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

UK Winter Weather Forecast 2010/2011

Now this is very interesting!

I actually have received a number of comments through my blog post and youtube video over the past few days that was very similar to the posting by KATENG.  I had to delete the first two comments due to the swear words and abuse that they contained towards my work, as my work is also open to all ages.  I mean these comments was quite nasty and personal, I even felt the need to comment back and say that I was not saying I was right about everything, the purpose of this was purely me being modest and it was meant in the context of me not being sure about what we are heading for in terms of cooling.  ie whether or not we are heading for little ice age/ice age conditions or just a general cooling trend.

Here is the first comment:

You are "not saying you are right about everthing" and yet you are so sure you are right that you have instructed every newspaper and the Met Office to issue severe weather warnings for a period five months ahead? That doesn't add up.


There was no personal attack in my comment. And I am nothing to do with "the global warming boom", whatever that might be. I am, however, a professional meteorologist who has to deal with fallout arising from the worries of clients who read the certainties in forecasts such as yours.


You are of course entitles to an opinion but to dress it up as thorough science is misleading.


I shall re-post my objections in a "cleaned up" version, and perhaps you could address the points I raise - THAT'S science.

Do you think that this professional meteorologist having to deal with fallout arising from worried clients could possibly be some weather organisation or global warming alarmist? Do you think they are possibly annoyed with me for contacting every UK newspaper with my prediction, on the basis of my previously correct seasonal forecasts. I am guessing a lot of people must have been in touch with this specific organisation or person recently in regards to my work, maybe this is because there is some validity in what I am saying. Why else would people be making a fuss about what I say for me to cause an arising fallout amongst worried clients?

Here is the second comment:

There is a lot wrong with your assertions.


1. You are fatally confusing local weather with global climate.


2. Sunspot activity is currently INCREASING.


3. We just experienced the second warmest year globally on record (2009) and the warmest January to July period globally on record (2010) at a time of sunspot minimum.


4. There was nowhere near enough debris from Eyjafjallajökull to affect northern hemispheric temperatures. Moreover, it lacked significant ejections of sulfur dioxide which is the aerosol that causes most of the cooling after large eruptions.
5. The thermosphere is behaving in an interesting fashion at the moment. But take me through the thought process that makes you link a shrinking thermosphere to temperatures in the *troposphere*.
6. How do you think the thermosphere will hold onto volcanic ash and cut solar radiation when what little volcanic debris there is from the Icelandic volcano will not even reach that height?


7. La Nina does NOT *always* immediately follow El Nino. In *this instance* it is likely to.


8. You have made no provision for forecasting the state of the AO/NAO nor do you make any mention of the PDO, AMO or any of the other likely drivers.


9. Here's what might happen in the UK/parts of Europe - first half of the winter will be colder than average, second half will be near normal or even a little milder than average, and not "worse than last year". It's as good a guess as yours.

The purpose of me showing you the above comment is so you can note the similarities in the original daily mail posting from KATENG below, which I am now going to address with hard facts that you can also research for yourself.
First of all, I loved the way that they tried to make me to look instantly stupid by commenting on the thames freezing.  My prediction however is that the UK will experience a winter similar to the last or much worse as I expect due to the cold factors in play, the following winter of 2011/12 is also a height of concern.  The thames freezing over is not my predicition I simply stated this as a possibility.  I have mentioned this in my posts due to the fact that when we was last in little ice age conditions, the thames actually did freeze over due to low solar activity, volcanic activity, and a slowdown of the ocean conveyor.  These are all factors that I have mentioned to you throughout the last few years, you can even check this for yourself below, don't worry wikipedia is not a weak reference in regards to what caused the little ice age as this is common knowledge.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

1.  I am sure that I am not fatally confusing local weather with global climate, maybe it is this sort of thinking that led to a mild winter forecast for the UK last year when I predicted a severe winter.  I am predicting local weather not global climate, although I have suggested global cooling due to low solar activity.

2.  In 2006 NASA made a prediction for the next sunspot maximum to be between 150 and 200 around the year 2011 (30-50% stronger than cycle 23), followed by a weak maximum at around 2022.  The prediction did not come true as highlighted in my 2009 essay @ https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1YahKtCYLkiGef6acK-c1SFFU1s9dyvisk4uAgOs9PSk&pli=1
The sunspot cycle in 2010 is still at its minimum, where it should have been near its maximum, showing the suns very unusual low activity, this also has future effects on low solar activity.  You really do need to check out the recent new scientist article below  http://www.sott.net/articles/show/210503-What-s-wrong-with-the-sun-

3.   Well it certainly did not feel warm to me? Plus this warming data is from the NOAA as highlighted in my blog post on the 21st July 2010.  This data can not be trusted as 100% reliable as outlined by respected American physicist, Dr Charles R. Anderson.
http://www.revolutionbroadcasting.com/?p=692
http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/26758

4.  Well there must of been a lot of debris from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano as all the airports was shut down all over Europe for weeks.  Yes the amount of sulfur dioxide does play a role and ash generally does fall back to earth.  I am however approaching the word generally with caution, as the point here and another fact is that some ash will have not fallen back to earth, sulfur gases will also still be present in the stratosphere for at least another year or so yet, it is this effect and also fact that this will block out extra sunlight.

5.  The thermosphere is behaving in a very interesting fashion, I mentioned this as it clearly appears to be cooling in correlation with the low sunspot activity as I clearly stated.  I did mention that any debris would stay in the atmosphere longer due to the shrinkage and this was in terms of space debris in the upper atmosphere, the space debris will reflect back some sunlight however miniscule it used to be thought of before the shrinkage.  The fact remains that the upper atmosphere does appear to be shrinking and scientists are confused by this.  My hypothesis is that this extra space debris will reflect even further sunlight away than the miniscule amount it usually would, common sense really when you think about it.  Now couple this with the new volcanic debris in the atmosphere from recent eruptions including Eyjafjallajökull and you will start to understand what I am trying to say.

6.  I feel it is irrelevant on this occasion if the la nina always follows the el nino as I stated.  In general it actually does but there are times when it may not.  I feel this is rather nit picky to be honest, the real problem has been avoided here with the monster la nina that we are about to experience as I have previously outlined.

7.  I am not confusing local weather with global climate again am I?  as I have previously suggested earlier maybe it is this kind of thinking and computer models that has produced stacks of incorrect seasonal forecasts.

I also found it very interesting that there was no mention of the gulf stream in all of this, especially as this is one of the most talked about factors on my posts.  The effects from the gulf stream on the UK from slight anomalies can be bad enough on its own without even considering any of the other factors that I have mentioned.  It is also interesting they predict a colder than average winter for for the first half of winter, so why are you having a go at my work again?

So there is not actually a lot wrong with my assertions at all, none of this can actually be disproved.

As for you KATENG you are obviously not going to let me get my point across and raise awareness, I actually feel like you have invaded my life over the past few days with your abusive comments towards the work on my blog, the youtube video which you branded pathetic, and now your on here.  I also love the way that the last line of the KATENG post mentioned the frozen thames again, it would appear that the person responsible here used an excellent credibility technique to make me look uncredible.  Notice how it was mentioned at the start and the end of the post, this was done deliberately so it stuck in your head, the frozen thames really was a very minor part of all the information I have ever provided.  It is also interesting that you chose to highlight on some grammatical and type errors within my work, and as for the paris hilton comments about my video, is that really the best you can do?  You appear to not be in approval of my work but surely do you need to stoop this low?  If it was looking like we was heading for warming or a mild winter, do you not think that I would be reporting this instead?

On a more serious note guys, I think I am going to struggle to give you any more information than you already have, as I feel I may have annoyed a lot of important people with my predictions.  Did you know that the met office is run by the ministry of defence, I don't really want to be getting their tails up to be honest. I was simply trying to raise some awareness based on my theories and past predictions, it is really not worth the abuse and hassle just for me and my so called alarmism, I also have a young family to consider at the minute.

I guess we will have to wait and see what happens and who is right, however KATENG I feel you seriously underestimated me.

Prepare for the severe winters to come guys and good luck.

Thursday, 2 September 2010

UK Winter Forecast Update 2010/11

I have been overwhelmed with the recent activity and interest that my work has been receiving, there are just a few facts that I need to clear up so everyone is fully aware of the current situation as a whole.

I am currently prediciting that the UK and Northern Europe will experience at the very least a winter similar to the last, or as I expect much worse with heavy snowfall due to the following FACTS!

1. The Gulf Stream

The gulf stream has shown signs of waining in recent years which can alter climate in the UK and Northern Europe, however this summer has shown an unusual amount of anomalies as highlighted in my previous posts.  The data screen below is part of an update that still shows a clear breakage in the gulf loop, the main engine that drives the gulf stream.
 

The forecast information for the next seven days appears to show an eddy that attempts to reconnect with the gulf stream but fails miserably before disintegrating, maybe because the current is not strong enough? It is important to remember that this is only a forecast, so I will keep you updated when I know more with accurate results, appears very strange to me though.

It is however also very easy to identify the lack of current flowing towards the UK in the above data screen.  The gulf stream is often referred to as the UK central heating system, any slight anomalies can often lead to cooling and result in our temperatures being similar to Newfoundland who are on the same latitude as us but without the advantage of the gulf stream.

The current activity of the gulf stream therefore suggests = Cooling of the Northern Hemisphere & the UK

2.  The sun has and always will control the climate and weather.  The current lack of sunspots even with todays technology remain at very low levels, in fact they place us right back in the 1700s when we was in the midst of the little ice age.  Low sunspot activity correlates very well with the cooling of the planet and is also influential on ocean circulation some 5 to 25 years later.

The current solar activity of the sun therefore suggests = Global cooling

3.  The shrinking of the upper atmosphere or better known as the thermosphere ("heat sphere") results in the rapid cooling of our planet, as it decreases in correlation with low sunspot activity.  The fact that this is called the "heat sphere" says it all really.  The current condition will allow space and volcanic debris to stay in the atmosphere for longer periods and block out the sun even further.

The current state of the thermosphere suggests = Global cooling

4.  The icelandic volcano debris in the atmosphere and the prolonged effect from the thermosphere.  It is a well known fact that volcanes can largely influence the climate on earth in terms of cooling, it is also worth noting that mount sinabung also erupted for the first time in four hundred years earlier this week in Indonesia.

The current volcanic activity in regards to the icelandic volcano suggests = Cooling of the Northern Hemisphere and the UK.

5.  The la nina always follows directly after the el nino that we have just currently experienced, which explains our slightly better than average summer earlier on in the year.  The la nina delivers ocean cooling that cools large masses of water which include the north atlantic, the immediate signs are that this is going to be huge with major effects over the next several months at the very least, this further suggests a cooling of the northern hemisphere and the UK.  The huge sea surface temperature declines below in comparison to 2009 and 2010 are a huge cause for concern.

Frascati National Laboratories, NOAA and Rutgers University. (Frascati Labs), July 29, 2010.

So there is my basis on the severity of the cold for this coming winter and next due to the lag effect that comes with some of these processes, which will in return drastically effect the summer and winter of the UK in 2011/12. 

Another area with a lot of interest is my view on the heavy snowfall, low sunspot activity often results in more cloud cover, this further cloud cover can block out the sunlight that we need and result in heavy snowfalls and further cooling, this is also connected to the thermosphere as mentioned in number 3 above due to the amount of radiation it is receiving from an already quiet sun.  Another influence of heavy snowfall for the UK is the position of the jet streams and based on last year and this year, this could also influence heavy snow.

My theory has and always will be based on the activity of the sun and how it correlates with many other factors as mentioned including ocean circualtion.  I simply take in to account what is going on around us and how it may effect our near and future climate, I then use this to correlate the likely climatic outcome which has proved successful so far on four separate occasions with the UK met office and the Nasa science behind the sunspot activity in 2008.  I am therefore suggesting that there are very cold times ahead that could even replica little ice age conditions or worse.  The following wikipedia article on the Maunder Minimum states "a connection between low sunspot activity and the little ice age, though it is believed that there was another factor that amplified its effects on Northern Europe and the UK", I suggest that the other factors are what I am mentioning right now in regards to the cold factors, we could well be heading for a new maunder minimum or little/full blown ice age.  Only time will tell but the immediate signs are not very comforting and people need to be aware as this is now a much bigger threat than any global warming!


I have informed the UK Met Office that they need to issue an emergency winter forecast to warn people of what is about to happen. Remember I told you about this in September when we experience another severe winter this year. Why could the met office not?


Below are the emails I have sent and received:

Dear Met Office,

I thought that this might help you to possibly reinstate your seasonal forecasts, you really should read this from bottom to top in date order.

http://globalcoolingnewiceageuk.blogspot.com/

I do hope you enjoy my work and I am not saying I am correct about everything, although I do feel very strongly in regards to sunspots and its effects on the ocean circulation/global cooling. You will notice from the date stamps that I have proven on a consecutive number of times that yourself and Nasa scientist David Hathaway was wrong. I am sorry if that appears as me being rude, I promise you I am not, I am just trying to be a good scientist.

Kind Regards

J Madden

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Dear Mr Madden

Thank you for your feedback and link which will be for our Hadley Centre to read and comment upon. I know they are always particularly busy and it is a fine balancing act that we have to be careful not to ask our scientists to step away from their core work too often to deal with enquiries or read drafts of papers written by the general public.

Having said that, we did make a press release about why we are no longer issuing seasonal forecasts and this can be found at: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/corporate/pressoffice/2010/pr20100305b.html . It is unlikely therefore, at this time, that we will re-instate them for public consumption.

Thank you for getting in touch.

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date26 August 2010 15:25

subjectRe: re: Seasonal Forecasting - URGENT


Hi Sarah,

Thanks for your speedy response, I would appreciate it if someone does get the time to read it and be ever so greatful. Maybe if they take these factors in to consideration and find they have any value at all, they could actually issue an emergency winter forecast to warn people of what is coming, I mean surely they have a right to know, you could save lives due to awareness and you can make this possible. As I see it at present the UK is in for a very severe winter this year and I feel people should be warned. There are four or five major factors in play that will influence a severe winter for the UK


1. Current sunspot activity

2. La nina

3. Icelandic Volcano

4. The shrinking of the earths upper atmosphere

5. The gulf stream if there is no major improvement


Best Wishes

J.Madden
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I have also informed the UK tabloids from the exhaustive list below that they need to issue an emergency winter forecast to warn people of what is about to happen with not one single response so far.

The observer
The evening standard
Morning Star
The people
The guardian
The independent
Financial times
Telegraph
Daily star
News of the world
Daily mail
Express
Daily mirror
The sun
Metro

Below is a copy of the email I have sent:


Dear (tabloid name),


I am writing this in hope that you will seriously review my work and scientific based theories, for the consideration of publication within your newspaper.

I am a studying geographer with a particular interest in climatic change and rapid climate change, especially in regards to current solar activity and oceanic changes such as the gulf stream. I have in the past correctly criticised the science of NASA scientist David Hathaway, whilst also outsmarting the UK met office with their seasonal forecasts for several successions, which they have now decided to scrap altogether.

I also happen to have some very urgent news in regards to the severity of this coming winter for the UK and Northern Europe.

Below are links that reveal my actual story and research to date, which is available in the form of blogs due to the time and date stamps that they carry with them. It would be much appreciated if you could read all of them in date order by scrolling from the bottom of the blog upwards, without discarding it straight away due to the title, this really could pose a grave threat to the future climate of the UK and Northern Europe, possibly starting this winter.
http://globalcoolingnewiceageuk.blogspot.com/

Having gone previously against the met office and David Hathaway to prove them wrong, I feel a matter of urgency in making people aware of what could well be around the corner in terms of my scientific theories.

I will look forward to your response


Kind Regards

J.Madden
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I also now have a twitter page that I can be followed on @ http://twitter.com/ukweathergeek

I must however thank a certain person called Richard Clarke from Leeds for his influence on my decision to finally get around to doing this and start tweeting, so thanks Richard lets hope it raises some vital awareness!