Wednesday, February 20, 2008

What's wrong with this picture?

Here's a clue. I took it on 11th February (last week).
Here's another clue: It's the middle of winter.
And another: This mountain - Yr Wyddfa or Snowdon - is the highest in England and Wales.
But where's its winter snow covering? Predictions made a year ago suggested no snow for Snowdon in 13 years. There has been a little snow from time to time this winter but not, as I write, for weeks. Need I say more?
If you click the picture, you get a large version.


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Tim Weller said...

Ironically, Bry but, as you aware and in accordance with climate scientist models, there was plenty of snow on Snowdon at the beginning of April this year.

Tim Weller

Umah said...

Global warming is a scam. Militant organisations like yours condemn people who have wealth and make us all feel guilty because of our carbon footprint. Your organisation is anti-human, anti-capitalist and doing nothing more than create fear and spread doom and gloom.

Bry Lynas said...

Umah: What evidence have you that global warming is a scam? There's a wealth of evidence that it isn't. And I'm not 'an organisation', just a farmer with a scientific background.