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Frozen Britain: How the Big Freeze of 2010 is the Beginning of Britain's New Mini Ice Age

By: Gavin Cooke

232 pages, Col photos

John Blake Publishing Ltd

Paperback | Jun 2010 | #187004 | ISBN-13: 9781844549894
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NHBS Price: £7.99 $10/€9 approx

About this book

Climatologist Gavin Cooke takes a comprehensive and detailed look at global warming and the 'Big Freeze' of 2010 to explain how Britain will freeze before it fries.


Contents

Gavin Cooke takes a look at climate patterns, including the bad winters of years gone by, to predict what lies ahead for Britain as the warm weather of the Gulf Stream is bypassed by the weather fronts as they approach the UK from Siberia. There was no 'barbeque summer' in 2009 and no mild winter. The big freeze of 2009/10, the coldest in almost 50 years, is only the beginning. Predicting that from 2020 Britain will be hit by a mini ice age lasting 30 years or more, the nation will be left in a state of near anarchy if preparation is not taken today.

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