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Millions of historical monthly rainfall observations taken in the UK and Ireland rescued by citizen scientists

https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/gdj3.157

https://en.x-mol.com/paper/article/1507846240026345472

https://climate-science.press/2022/03/26/rescued-victorian-rainfall-data-smashes-former-records/

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Notable details uncovered by Rainfall Rescue volunteers include:

  • The driest year on record is now 1855 (786.5mm), thanks to the new data.
  • For many regions and England as a whole, the driest May on record was May 2020 (for England 9.6mm), when some volunteers were still helping confirm the Rainfall Rescue transcriptions. In doing so they shifted those records back to May 1844 (for England 8.3mm).
  • November/December 1852 were confirmed as exceptionally wet months – December 1852 now being the third wettest month on record in Cumbria (364.9mm) and November 1852 being the wettest month on record for large parts of southern England. Floods are known to have occurred in a number of locations at this time, and are known as the Duke of Wellington Floods as they started around the time of his state funeral in London.
  • Observations were made by people from a range of backgrounds – such as ‘Lady Bayning’, who recorded rainfall in Norfolk between 1835-1887, even taking her rainfall gauge to London for the social season.
  • A vast number of locations with rain gauges across the country were included, including one next door to Beatrix Potter’s Hilltop Farm in the Lake District, where she wrote many of her most famous books.

Pre-digital age

Paper records studied by Rainfall Rescue volunteers contained observations between 1677 and 1960, based on rain gauges located in almost every town and village across England and Wales.

Rainfall has been monitored systematically for the whole UK since the 1860s when George Symons established the British Rainfall Organisation to coordinate voluntary rainfall measuring activities, which later became a branch of the Met Office. However, the majority of the observations made in the pre-digital age, before 1960, have not previously been transcribed from the original paper records.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Ssnake said:

There. Are. No. Historical. Weather. Data. Before. The. 20th. Century.

Claims to the contrary coming only from climate deniers, killers.

Well i certainly don't rate much the past quality data (and even some present ones with urban heat and even worse if we talk about things so small as  0.1 Cº )  but that just shows how flimsy the whole "Climate Science" is.

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14 minutes ago, nitflegal said:

It wasn't an attempt, they actually did erase it from the public discourse.

Very much, but almost all the aspects of global warming are now unquestioned, now those are an excuse to put new taxes.

Some background:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/12/08/the-truth-about-we-have-to-get-rid-of-the-medieval-warm-period/

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2021/09/04/ipcc-6th-climate-report-who-deleted-the-medieval-warm-period-tracks-lead-to-university-of-bern/

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Yeah, well, most of the ones clamoring loudly for a sex strike are probably not in much danger of getting anywhere near sex. And as for the occasional hot specimen, I kinda see this as a excellent indicator that she is too crazy to stick your dick into.

Win-win.  Everybody wins.

I do so like a feel-good story. We don't get enough of those.

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3 hours ago, Soren Ras said:

Yeah, well, most of the ones clamoring loudly for a sex strike are probably not in much danger of getting anywhere near sex. And as for the occasional hot specimen, I kinda see this as a excellent indicator that she is too crazy to stick your dick into.

Win-win.  Everybody wins.

I do so like a feel-good story. We don't get enough of those.

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Soren

 

 

 

 Your being too cruel. We should encourage them to get out and meet others who don't have sex. You know like invite them over with a group of Incels to a barbeque. Throw on some burgers let them mingle what could possibly go wrong?

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Given the general attitude of militant vegans to non-vegans in the first place, I doubt that any of them would be having sex outwith their celery-loving group anyway.

Not sure what PETA has to do with climate change, though.

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5 hours ago, DB said:

Given the general attitude of militant vegans to non-vegans in the first place, I doubt that any of them would be having sex outwith their celery-loving group anyway.

Not sure what PETA has to do with climate change, though.

"Climate change" for them is just a tool to stop meat. They are building an alliance.

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18 hours ago, rmgill said:

Afghanistan has one of the biggest Lithium supplies in the world. Maybe the Chinese might want a try their hand at Imperial ambitions there?

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16 hours ago, Wobbly Head said:

Afghanistan has one of the biggest Lithium supplies in the world. Maybe the Chinese might want a try their hand at Imperial ambitions there?

Does any of the deposit " vein" run into Pakistan?

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https://justthenews.com/nation/states/center-square/experts-question-economic-environmental-value-wind-power?fbclid=IwAR2N-BXXHgu_o6spb0k2ZRk6WpRhKnHhieaFTYgKFIRG13dbtNrrR626dO8

“Our report found that attempting to power the state of Minnesota using primarily wind, solar, and battery storage would cost a staggering $313 billion through 2050 and cause blackouts in two of the three years we investigated,” Orr said. “Prices would rise, reliability would fall; in essence, it would be the worst of both worlds. This proposal is gambling with the electric grid, which is an incredibly irresponsible thing to do.”

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