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75,464.  You gambled on bad weather and you lost!  (Gamble & Weather)  The Mayor of Casterbridge 2003 starring Ciaran Hinds & James Purefoy & Jodhi May & Polly Walker & Juliet Aubrey & Darren Hawks & Jean Marsh & Michael Beint & Clive Russell & John Surman & Susan Jane Tanner et al, director David Thacker, bank manager

 

 

3,563.  The Sun’s raging surface is turbulent.  Its eruptions ripped and torn by enormous magnetic fields.  Soho revealed that like the Earth the Sun has weather: gigantic solar tornadoes twist through its atmosphere.  And gigantic shock waves ripple across its surface.  The surface of the Sun is heaving.  Every five minutes the entire star breathes in and out.  Our Sun is pulsating.  (Sun & Weather & Magnetism & Universe)  Universe: Stars

 

 

51,608.  What if the weather forecast predicted high winds ten times the speed of sound?  Or an evening downpour of sulphuric acid rain?  Or even a hurricane twice the size of Earth lasting three hundred years?  This is not the stuff of fiction but real weather reports from around the universe; it’s Earth’s weather in the extreme.  (Universe & Weather)  The Universe s2e15: Wildest Weather in the Cosmos, 2008

 

 

7,675.  Just move to the Internet.  It’s great here.  We get to live inside where the weather is always awesome.  (Internet & Weather)  John Green
 

 

20,679.  Today’s weather – hot!  (GBH Films & Weather)  Do the Right Thing 1989 starring Spike Lee & Ossie Davis & Danny Aiello & Ruby Dee & Steve Park & Bill Nunn & Richard Edson & Giancarlo Esposito & John Turturro & Samuel L Jackson & Rosie Perezet et al, director Spike Lee, radio guy

 

 

29,885.  If anything shapes a national character, I think weather is the most important thing of all.  (England & Weather)  Martin Amis’s England, BBC 2014

 

 

42,521.  When Enron announced its latest plan to trade weather, people wondered whether it was good science or science fiction.  (Corporation & Weather)  Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room 2005, writers McLean & Elkind & Gibney

 

 

46,132.  Is not their climate foggy, raw, dull.  (Shakespeare & England & Weather)  Henry V 1989 starring Kenneth Branagh & Brian Blessed & Charles Kay & Paul Scofield & Derek Jacobi & Christian Bale & Simon Shepherd & Alex McCowen & Judi Dench & John Sessions & Michael Maloney & Tom Whitehouse et al, director Kenneth Branagh

 

 

51,592.  Contending with the fretful elements;

Bids the wind blow the earth into the sea,

Or swell the curled waters ’bove the main

That things might change or cease.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear III i 4

 

51,593.  Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!  rage!  blow!

Your cataracts and hurricanoes, spout

Till you have drenched our steeples, drowned the cocks!

You sulphurous and thought-executing fires,

Vaunt-couriers to oak-cleaving thunderbolts,

Singe my white head!  And thou, all-shaking thunder,

Strike flat the thick rotundity o’ the world!

Crack nature’s moulds, all germens spill at once

That make ingrateful man!  ibid.  III ii 1

 

51,594.  Rumble thy bellyful!  Spit, fire!  Spout, rain!

Nor rain, wind, thunder, fire, are my daughters:

I tax not you, you elements, with unkindness.  ibid. III ii 14

 

 

51,242.  We have suspected that there were just about two dozen people who around the world, mostly this side of the Atlantic and in America who were putting this global warming scam together and actually driving it, rather than doing what the likes of Al Gore and the Politicians do – just drifting alone with it because they don’t know better ... Their data is no good.  There’s going to have to be a criminal investigation ... Hey!  This is weather data – it’s not a state secret ... These people are financial fraudsters.  They took at least $20,000,000 that we can trace in recent years, in so-called grants for so-called scientific research and they did it on the basis of a financial and scientific fraud.  So they should not only be locked up for concealing and destroying data that had been requested under the Freedom of Information Act by other scientists, they should be also locked up for fraud and international racketeering.  (Climate Science & Weather & Scepticism)  Lord Christopher Monckton, interview Alex Jones

 

 

51,283.  Something strange is happening to our weather.  It seems to be getting more extreme.  (Climate Science & Weather)  Horizon: Global Weirding 2012

 

51,284.  Records have been broken all over the planet.  (Climate Science & Weather)  ibid.

 

51,285.  Some scientists are calling it Global Weirding.  (Climate Science & Weather)  ibid.

 

51,286.  How can it be record-breaking wet and dry at the same time?  (Climate Science & Weather)  ibid.

 

51,287.  The Little Ice Age ... The coldest winter ever recorded was in 1683/4 ... Why did the sun’s spots disappear for fifty-odd years?  (Climate Science & Weather & Ice Age & Sun)  ibid.

 

 

51,628.  Over the last few years Britain’s weather has become more extreme.  Especially our winters.  Last winter was the wettest on record.  Deadly storms battered Britain for months ... Has it got anything to do with Climate Change?  (Weather & Climate Science & Storms)  Horizon: What’s Wrong With Our Weather? BBC 2014

 

51,629.  There were at least twelve major storms last winter.  (Weather & Climate Science & Storms)  ibid.

 

 

51,335.  If you look at the ten hottest years ever measured in this atmospheric record, they’ve all occurred in the last fourteen years.  And the hottest of all was 2005.  (Climate Science & Temperature & Weather & Hot)  Al Gore, An Inconvenient Truth

 

 

51,418.  The origin of our solar weather technique of long-range forecasting came originally from the study of sun spots and a desire to predict those.  (Climate Science & Sun & Weather)  Dr Piers Corbyn, Weather Action

 

 

51,588.  Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.  (Nature & Weather)  John Ruskin

 

 

51,595.  There is a sumptuous variety about the New England weather that compels the stranger's admiration – and regret.   The weather is always doing something there; always attending strictly to business; always getting up new designs and trying them on the people to see how they will go.  (Weather & New England)  Mark Twain

 

 

56,847.  Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight; red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.  (Proverb & Weather)  Late 14th century proverb

 

 

51,596.  There is a vibrational change going on within the Earth’s energy field and this is affecting weather patterns.  David Icke

 

 

51,597.  And there is no doubt whatsoever, indeed the authorities have admitted it with patents and what have you, that they have weather-changing technology.  David Icke

 

 

51,599.  Earlier on today, apparently, a woman rang the BBC and said she heard there was a hurricane on the way ... Well, if you’re watching, don’t worry, there isn’t!  (Weather & Mistakes)  Michael Fish, BBC weather 15th October 1987

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