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Lizzie Zoom

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Re: Anyone else read about this?
« Reply #15 on: 16 October 2017, 14:40:38 »

.....and to further show the significance of UK weather and the dates containing 3 or 7 over the last 800 years:

1287 The Great Storm

1703 The Great Tempest

1947 The Big Snow

1953 Storm of the Century

1963 The Big Freeze

1987 The Great Storm

2003  The hottest day ever in this year

Now there are always exceptions......... :D ;)

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Re: Anyone else read about this?
« Reply #16 on: 16 October 2017, 17:45:51 »

Watching Countryfile this evening and they did a piece, that they had shown before, on Dunwich on the Suffolk coast. The majority of the town was lost to the sea in a series of major storms about 800 years ago. Don,t think that was down to man made climate change. :D
Greenland was once, well, err, Green.  But the do-gooders have tried blaming that on human intervention. Must have been all those dark ages people in their Range Rovers ;D

Now its turning back to its previous green state (slowly), that will be down to the Eskimos and their Range Rovers.


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Re: Anyone else read about this?
« Reply #17 on: 16 October 2017, 17:48:57 »

Watching Countryfile this evening and they did a piece, that they had shown before, on Dunwich on the Suffolk coast. The majority of the town was lost to the sea in a series of major storms about 800 years ago. Don,t think that was down to man made climate change. :D
Greenland was once, well, err, Green.  But the do-gooders have tried blaming that on human intervention. Must have been all those dark ages people in their Range Rovers ;D

Now its turning back to its previous green state (slowly), that will be down to the Eskimos and their Range Rovers.


Morons.

Yes, another potentially growing UK market post Bexit! :D :D ;)
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