Saturday, 1 May 2010

Should we revamp the Met Office?

From a barbecue summer to ash the Met Office cutting the mustard?

Perhaps we need a review of the way the Met Office is managed and funded. Did the National Air Traffic Service get the best advice before closing air space over the UK? Was there too much of a heavy hand from EuroControl?

Is there a politically correct atmosphere in the Met Office?

The Met Office feeds a lot of information to the IPCC - the source of glabal warming alarm. Is this sane? If the Met Office uses probablity rather reality, as they seem to have done with the ash clouds, is what they pass to the IPCC reliable?

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