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Title: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: Amazon on Dec 10, 2017, 12:45:27 AM
:)

Yes!
Indeed we do !

You may find it funny that this is big news here,
but we can have years go by without seeing snow.
It rarely falls in the eastern part of the country,
which includes London and the Midlands.

So far there is only about an inch,
but the cities will grind to a halt,
traffic accidents will pile up,
and "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!"

Hooray !



Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 10, 2017, 04:21:54 AM
It's snow bomb Sunday!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5164157/Snow-falls-UK-close-roads-ground-flights.html



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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 10, 2017, 04:34:10 AM












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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 10, 2017, 04:35:00 AM
BBC The Big Freeze of 1963 Remembered













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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 10, 2017, 06:11:05 AM
TOP SECRET - SNOW REPORT

From your secret agent in England, exclusive footage of Snow Bomb Sunday . . .

Will this scupper Brexit ?
Will England still be their tomorrow ?

Country is falling apart . . .

Example Communication Intercepted Earlier

My wife texted me this morning morning: "Windows frozen." I texted her straight back "Pour some lukewarm water over it" About 5 mins later she texted: "Computer is completely broken now"















Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: 2Revolutions on Dec 10, 2017, 11:37:08 AM
Quote from: Phoenix Rising on Dec 10, 2017, 12:45:27 AM
:)

Yes!
Indeed we do !

You may find it funny that this is big news here,
but we can have years go by without seeing snow.
It rarely falls in the eastern part of the country,
which includes London and the Midlands.

So far there is only about an inch,
but the cities will grind to a halt,
traffic accidents will pile up,
and "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!"

Hooray !



Last Edit by Palmerston

The South in the US also experienced snow yesterday/last night.  We got a little snow here but it was a dusting.    Nice to have a warm cup of coffee or tea on days like this.



Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 10, 2017, 11:53:55 AM
Quote from: 2Revolutions on Dec 10, 2017, 11:37:08 AM
The South in the US also experienced snow yesterday/last night.  We got a little snow here but it was a dusting.    Nice to have a warm cup of coffee or tea on days like this.



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I think the reason the Brits drink so much tea is because electric kettles are about $8.

/me  flips kettle on


Why Europeans use electric kettles but Americans don't

Americans don't use electric kettles — or at least it's very rare. This is unlike Britain, where electric kettles are standard for boiling water.

An electric kettle, typically made of plastic or steel, has a heating element on the bottom. The kettle is plugged into an electrical outlet, which powers the coil and heats up the water.

It looks like this:
(http://static3.uk.businessinsider.com/image/567aba61e6183eee168b463d-1000-668/shutterstock_352050866.jpg)

I'm American, so when I moved to the UK, I was surprised that it was difficult to find the standard stove-top kettle that I had grown up with. They are almost all electric.

The reason for this appears to be related to the voltage in America, which is lower than the voltage in the UK. A physicist and science teacher in the UK explains this on his blog MrReid.org.

Most homes in the US operate on 100-127 volts, whereas the UK and many other countries use between 220 and 240 volts. The lower voltage in the US means that electric kettles would not heat water as quickly as they do in the UK. As a result, they haven't caught on in the US.

Mr. Reid gives this example:

To raise the temperature of one litre of water from 15°C to boiling at 100°C requires a little bit over 355 kilojoules of energy. An "average" kettle in the UK runs at about 2800 W and in the US at about 1500 W; if we assume that both kettles are 100% efficient† than a UK kettle supplying 2800 joules per second will take 127 seconds to boil and a US kettle supplying 1500 J/s will take 237 seconds, more than a minute and a half longer.

He concludes: "This is such a problem that many households in the US still use an old-fashioned stove-top kettle."

I'm not the only American who has wondered about our lack of electric kettles. There's an entire Reddit thread devoted to it.

One British person living in the US cited the voltage explanation but also wrote that "the culture for it isn't there," perhaps meaning that Americans drink less tea and aren't as fussed about how fast water gets boiled.




Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: David Icke Bot on Dec 11, 2017, 05:36:33 AM
(https://www.naturalblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/NBlogo1.jpg)

NaturalBlaze.com
http://www.naturalblaze.com/ (http://www.naturalblaze.com/)


Geoengineered Nucleated Snowstorms: Do They Cause Physical Distresses?
http://www.naturalblaze.com/2017/12/geoengineered-nucleated-snowstorms-cause-physical-distresses.html


(https://admin62b4b.davidicke.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/dry-ice-pixabay-1020x582.jpg)


'We all know, and medicine confirms, weather can affect how one feels and how the body reacts. However, there's a new weather pattern with probable non-acknowledged biometerological effects people are experiencing, but still not connecting the dots. One such example appeared at GeoengineeringWatch.org.

A listener wrote:

I experienced 40-degree snow this week. What was most alarming is everyone ignoring the basic fact that it's not supposed to snow at this temperature. I live in central TX so snow is rare, and it caused a lot of excitement. Only one other person seemed to notice the temperature and was ignored by everyone excited about how much snow was accumulating. At 40 degrees, and even hours later when it was still 35. Searching for info on the temperature requirements for it to snow, there is a mix of what most of us learned (and experienced as kids) that it has to be 32 to snow, and newer mainstream media info "explaining" higher degree snow. What will it take to get people to open their eyes to how unnatural the weather has become?

To which 'A' simple horseman commented:

Alistener, (for some reason I kinda like that name), Spot on my friend I haven't met yet. I have been faced many times each winter with the same scenario you described. I'm in far north central Washington, 3,100 ele[vation]. Something I want you to watch for in the coming week or so, "how many folks will come down with a cold or something and blame it on the weather. In a way, they're right. It's what's in that weather that got to them. Going outside while it is snowing chemically nucleated snow is NOT a good idea. Make sure your home is toasty warm so as to keep the humidity down. Believe me, it works. I keep my cabin between 65 at night and 75 or more during the day. So far, so good, 4 years now. Hope that helps. [CJF emphasis added]''



Read More : Geoengineered Nucleated Snowstorms: Do They Cause Physical Distresses? (http://www.naturalblaze.com/2017/12/geoengineered-nucleated-snowstorms-cause-physical-distresses.html)





Icke (http://davidicke.com/article/444174/geoengineered-nucleated-snowstorms-cause-physical-distresses)



Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 11, 2017, 06:08:32 PM
-7C
19F


brr.....













Last Edit by Gladstone
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: 2Revolutions on Dec 12, 2017, 07:24:18 AM
Around 42F today here.  It has been a pretty mild winter so far.  The cold and flu season is raging in this area.



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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: Amazon on Dec 12, 2017, 07:45:14 AM
Sunshine today.
Temperature still at or just below freezing.

Tomorrow temp is predicted to rise maybe to 39*.

Too bad.
That might have been the only snow of this winter!

How I miss the seasons!

It's like one perpetual autumn here usually.
Wet or damp.
Boring.

No flu crisis yet.



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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: Satyagraha on Dec 12, 2017, 02:07:52 PM
Well in New England, we're sitting in the middle of a big wet snowstorm, the second in as many days. So everything is covered in a blanket of snow; beautiful to look at from inside where it's warm. Temps expected to be 8 degrees tomorrow night. Brrr. Driving is a mess; slippery and accidents everywhere. Good days to stay inside.



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Title: Re: We Have Snow In England! AGAIN!!!!!!!
Post by: Amazon on Dec 27, 2017, 05:56:16 AM
Quote from: Phoenix Rising on Dec 10, 2017, 12:45:27 AM
:)

Yes!
Indeed we do !

You may find it funny that this is big news here,
but we can have years go by without seeing snow.
It rarely falls in the eastern part of the country,
which includes London and the Midlands.

So far there is only about an inch,
but the cities will grind to a halt,
traffic accidents will pile up,
and "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!"

Hooray !



Last Edit by Gladstone

Yes!

On the day after Christmas my true love gave to me
MORE SNOW under my tree !

Well...it was and is still outside.
And we made the nation-wide MSM  for less than 4 inches !
ROFLOL!

Don't believe me ?

Check out all these photos for LESS than 4" !
Great photos when you hit the link.

LOL

Motorways closed, airports suffer severe delays and 24,000 left without power as Britain shivers under four inches of snow and temperatures as low as -5C

Thousands of Brits have woken up to heavy snow this morning after temperatures have plunged below zero
Western Power Networks said 14,000 properties had been cut off and there could be disruption at airports
Passengers at Luton faced average departure delay of 80 mins while motorists faced dangerous conditions
M1 shut near Lutterworth in Leicestershire after accident while there was another on M5 in Gloucestershire

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5214479/Motorways-closed-thousands-left-without-power.html

By Abe Hawken and Mark Duell for MailOnline

Published: 07:01, 27 December 2017 | Updated: 11:30, 27 December 2017

Some of Britain's busiest motorways were closed this morning and thousands of homes were left without power after snow and ice hit large parts of the country.
Thousands of people woke up to heavy snow as temperatures plunged to -5C (23F) and motorists were warned of dangerous conditions on the roads. Conditions will be even colder tonight as temperatures fall to -8C (18F).
Western Power Networks said more than 14,000 properties had been cut off while SSE had 10,000 customers without power - and passengers leaving London Luton Airport were facing an average delay of 80 minutes.

London City departures were facing an average delay of 40 minutes, while it was 50 minutes at Stansted this morning. The three London airports were the world's most delayed airports as of 10.30am this morning.

On the trains, rail passengers across Britain faced disruption as services returned for many today, with problems reported around London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Warwickshire, Hampshire and Merseyside.
There are also problems on CrossCountry routes with members of the RMT Union undertaking strike action, resulting in a significantly reduced service. More industrial action is scheduled on the operator for New Year's Eve.



Last Edit by Humphrey
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: EvadingGrid on Dec 27, 2017, 05:59:57 AM
Snow-mageddon
End Times
Disaster.

Well, that's what it said in the Daily Mail.
Actually it just looks scenic and seasonal.

Our 'young' Cat went psycho scratching at the window to get out an explore & play.



Last Edit by Palmerston
Title: Re: We Have Snow In England!
Post by: Amazon on Dec 27, 2017, 06:37:30 AM
Obviously these photos are NOT in England.
Reminds me of how much I miss the USA at Christmas time.
:'(

At least the Brits stretch Christmas out for Twelve Days...
Nobody's tree thrown out in the trash the day after.

Frank Sinatra - LET IT SNOW !













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