Cold is Warm Explained
Working on an Environmental Science journal, I’ve come to the conclusion that most climate scepticism can’t just be ignorance. I do get the feeling it’s more the result of intense lobbying by companies who rely on a relaxed carbon legislation.
By that I mean, the tories are in truth funded by big business. Big business lose a lot of money adhering to low carbon technology, so I’m assuming they expect politicians of the party they’re funding to fight their corner.
I’m not saying there aren’t hugely ignorant people. But the ignorant people are generally led a merry dance by those who should know better.
Most of the planet is covered by ocean. If the planet is hotter, in general, less of the ocean freezes during winters, and more of it evaporates. This creates more humidity. And when humidity is met by Syberian weather fronts, it freezes, and creates abnormally cold periods. Meaning, the UK, from now on will probably be terribly cold for periods, and rather warm for periods, in the winter months, from now on.
Basically, if you live near a coastline (as in within 500 miles of one), you're going to have very extreme seasons.
If you don't live near a coastline, you'll probably be living in a desert in 200 years time
I hope this clears up a lot of myths on the subject