Sometimes I Hate To Be Right

A few years ago I noted that the Gulf Stream, the giant “river of warm water in the cold Atlantic,” was no longer a smooth ribbon of light blue stretching from Cape Cod to England. The Stream, visible here as a blue line between Yucatan and the Gulf Coast, then back around Florida and up the Atlantic Coast, was breaking up into eddies off our coast before returning to its origin off Africa, with much of the remnant ‘taking a left turn at Labrador,’ and slightly warming Greenland and the Arctic Ocean.

I said then that Europe would be in for some long, and cold, winters. Here is the Telegraph’s report on this latest ‘chapter in global warming.’

Global warming? Bah, humbug. What does a sheep know about global warming?

Stranger

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