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july 2010 UK government tampering with weather again

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posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 10:25 AM
So July appears and its been the driest summer for more than 50 years, the water board/providers put a hosepipe ban into effect then the day after and every day since its been raining heavily. Governments will never learn, by the time they have it'll be too late to reverse all their tampering side effects they've caused.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by thegreatestone

Got any proof of "The Government" doing this?

Thought not

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 11:30 AM
are you sure we didn't just have a proper summer for a change. instead of the usual 2 weeks of sun and then nothing but rain. after all we did have a proper winter snow and all! where's the evidence of them tampering with the weather in the UK. and if they are they better keep it up cuz i like just walking about in a t shirt.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 11:34 AM
its been raining constantly here in the highlands of scotland since the start of the summer holidys and realy cool. i think what they are talking about is london they have had the hottest weather and forgetting every where else in britain which they do al the time

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 11:38 AM
This is probably not related or maybe it is.

Location SE UK

On Monday (20th July) about mid morning I noticed some weird looking clouds. I remember thinking “Wow they almost look man made”. Then just after 1pm I looked up and saw a sun halo. I have never seen one before, so I went and got my camera a took a few photos.

When my wife came home I told her about it and showed her the photos. She, like me had never seen one. I have also mentioned it to several other people who likewise have never seen one.

Then yesterday (Tuesday) about 6:30pm I saw another one not so strong but still visible and this time my wife was home so she got to see it as well.

I will now see if I can learn how to embed photos.

I know these sun halos are supposedly not uncommon but nobody I have spoken to has ever seen one.

So maybe someone or something is tinkering with the weather.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 11:46 AM
It is normal that after a long warm dry spell there is a large storm, often electric, which leads a cold front. Then you have a period of wet weather.

GCSE Geography.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 12:07 PM
agreed with the big raging loner, this is typical summer weather. Long heated spell, followed by heavy, stormy weather. Ever head the phrase "calm before the storm"? its not just in one day, it can drag on for weeks. More than likley after this stormy patch goes over, we will have yet another 2 weeks of lovely sunshine.

I sware us brits are never ever happy with any weather we get, if it's nice we get suspicious or anoyed it being too hot, if its horrid we just get missrable and moan its too cold or wet.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 12:11 PM

Originally posted by Big Raging Loner
It is normal that after a long warm dry spell there is a large storm, often electric, which leads a cold front. Then you have a period of wet weather.

GCSE Geography.

GCSE Geography because your 16 and thats what theyve told you?
Ive been in the Uk a long time, and trust me I havent seen clouds like the ones this year.
But TBH the weather is usually bad throughout the summer here, very 'broken' with long spells of rain followed by only a few days of sun.

Note to big raging loner, Try not to use words like 'normal'

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 12:17 PM
reply to post by quadratic

Ahh, nice pic. of chemtrails. That wispy one going through the rainbow arc is what they look like as they spread and eventually end up on your head.
If you are outside that is.

[edit on 21-7-2010 by Stewie]

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 12:31 PM
reply to post by Stewie

Actually they could just be Cirrus clouds.

Oh and has any ever heard of a TEMPERATE CLIMATE?

The climate of the British Isles is an example of a temperate climate. It is neither too warm nor too cold, neither to wet nor too dry. There are few extremes in the weather. This makes the temperate climate the most agreeable of all the climates. A temperate climate however, can have very changeable weather. One day it may be raining, the next it may be sunny. This changeable weather occurs in summer as well as in winter.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 01:00 PM
The weather forcasting in this country is terrible, it's meant to have rained for the last 2 days where I am but not a drop. I've given up relying on them for accurate information

[edit on 21-7-2010 by woodwardjnr]

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 02:00 PM
reply to post by GW8UK

Well I'm in my mid 20s now but I remember this simple lesson about normal weather patterns at GCSE. I then went on to study Geography at A level followed by a university degree where I specialised in Physical Geography. You may still know more than me though, especially after reading the Op's incredibly detailed thread opener.

I also distinctly remember weather patterns exactly like this in 1995 you should look it up. I did this as a case study in year 11 too.

Anywho, I wouldn't worry about the rain too much although it does get everyone down, especially after a taste of the Mediterranean sun we've had the past few weeks.

posted on Jul, 21 2010 @ 02:46 PM
The govt isn't tampering with the weather, earths defenses against solar rays are weakening. I'm afraid the end is upon us all as a planet, the govts of the world already know it.

Haven't you noticed the light in Britian has changed, its more over-exposed i.e. brighter/harsher...

Now you know, enjoy the next 2-15 years before we all become fried.....

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:08 AM
Its normal British summer weather - and halos, whilst not common, are not that unusual, especially if you know where and when to look for them.

The only thing 'unusual' about the weather this year has been the general lack of convective activity and thunderstorms. But that's just weather ...... and the fact we live in a country where, due to its geographic location, no 2 years are ever the same.

Synoptic situation hasn't been easy for specific forecasting of late - and I'll admit the models haven't always handled the situation that well, even at short range.

I do love the irony though that as soon as drought orders were introduced it's rained in those areas nearly every day
But it's been the lack of rain over winter and spring - needed to replenish reservoirs and aquifers - that has been the problem.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 03:32 AM
OP how old are you? I'm guessing you are quite young if you do not remember that this is normal British summer weather, or used to be at least. Hosepipe bans used to be common place.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:03 PM
reply to post by strangleholder1

You must be the centre of fun on a night out!

The weather in the UK is quite variable. It is called (er) the weather. As has been pointed out, the UK sits in the sea and is subject to a changeable climate on that basis. If the UK was positioned (say) in the middle of Africa then the climate may be more predictable.

Government involvement. Paranoia more like.


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