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Solar Scientist Proves Global Warming Fraudsters Wrong, Predicted Europe's Winter of Discontent


Solar scientist Piers Corbyn from Weatheraction, a company specialising in long range weather forecasting, has been telling global warming fraudsters all along that charged particles from the Sun are almost entirely responsible for what happens to global temperatures. He was right.

"World temperatures drive carbon dioxide levels and not the other way around," explains Corbyn. He also debunks the common assertion that global warming pseudoscientists make who claim that the reason for such weather extremes is due to global warming. "It is complete nonsense, its fiction, it comes from a cult ideology. There's no science in there and no science to back them up."

"They've fiddled the facts in order to justify a political attacks, carbon trading, extra taxation on the public," stated Corbyn.

"The antarctic has been cooling for the last 30 years. We are just past the peak of a world temperature rise and we are now falling and its going to carry on falling in general for the next 25 years," he concluded.

WeatherAction long-range forecasts are produced using Piers Corbyn's Solar Lunar Action Technique (which now supersedes his Solar Weather Technique) which is the most advanced and reliable long-range forecasting system in the world.

The technique uses predictable aspects of solar activity - particle and magnetic effects from the Sun - and lunar modulations as the basis for forecasting weather many months and even years in advance. The essence of the technique is explained in scientific presentations

WeatherAction forecasts are the only long-range forecasts with proven skill verified by independent academic statisticians with their findings published in scientific peer-reviewed literature, consistent winnings on weather bets over 12 years and independently audited reports from insurance industry monitors of world-wide extreme events


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January 3, 2011


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