Churnalism at its peak!
Filling the blanks between the adverts can be done by a 4-year-old. As the Guardian demonstrates.
By Paul Homewood
Just in case we get a cold winter this year, the Guardian thought it advisable to warn us that this would no doubt be because of global warming.
The record loss of Arcticsea ice this summer may mean a cold winter for the UK and northern Europe. The region has been prone to bad winters after summers with very low sea ice, such as 2011 and 2007, said Jennifer Francis, a researcher at Rutgers University
Well yes, Jennifer. It has also been prone to mild winters recently. It was also prone to cold winters when the Arctic had more summer ice, and also mild winters in other years at the time. It is actually called “weather”.
Jennifer helpfully explains
"The jet stream is clearly weaker," said Francis. That means weather systems, be it rain or dry conditions, are slow to move on…
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