Full article is here.
Excerpt below with link to video.
British meteorologist Piers Corbyn appeared on Fox and Friends to not only celebrate his accurate prediction of a bone-chillingly cold winter, but to also share his disgust with what he believes to be the “failed science” behind global warming. Despite it often being
mentioned that the consensus in the scientific community is that global
warming is undisputedly occurring, Corbyn proudly goes against the grain and advocates for his hypothesis of the coming global cooling.
Predicting in November that winter in Europe would be “exceptionally cold and snowy, like Hell frozen over at times,” Corbyn suggested we should sooner prepare for another Ice Age than worry about global warming.
Regardless of the politics behind the scientific debate, what everyone should be upset about is if Corbyn’s next prediction is accurate, that the “northeast and east USA [will] suffer the most horrendous blizzards for decades.” He even tweeted out his warning saying “you ain’t seen nothing yet” this winter.
See video clip here.
If he is correct, a rather significant "if", then many of the predictions for pricing, etc., are fundamentally wrong, i.e., a warming trend later this winter, etc.
Luckily, the dust and sulfur dioxide from most volcanic eruptions will precipitate out of the atmosphere in a few years or so. Most greenhouse gasses will stick around for decades, even if we stop pumping them into the atmosphere.
Now, if/when a megavolcano like Yellowstone goes off again, that could cause climate change for many years, as well as devastating most of a continent.
Very, very interesting. He has a quote in there that "world temperatures drive carbon levels, not the other way around" - which is proven correct through geologic history. There's ample data that supports this. Bottom line is the climate changes, no matter what we do - and in my opinion, manmade GW is a scam. Unfortunately, right now we have to live with it.
As per the price of gas, remember that speculators are in part driving the price - they react to short term events (call it 0 - 5 yrs). Mid term (maybe 5 - 10 yrs, or so) I think that the GW crowd will ignore Piers, and will try to move forward until it becomes apparent that he's right. In the long term, who knows?