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[VIDEO] Frequently-Wrong Meteorologist Arrested While Doing Weather Forecast, Columnist Paul Krugman Fears He’s Next

Newfoundland meteorologist Eddie Sheerr arrested during weathercast. (NTV)

Law enforcement is so fed up with the miserably cold, cloudy, and damp weather in Newfoundland, Canada that it has arrested two local broadcast meteorologists.

CBC News meteorologist Ryan Snoddon was the first to take the fall for the anomalous chill. You can watch his arrest – part of an apparent sting operation – below:

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Next in the hopper was NTV meteorologist Eddie Sheerr, arrested while delivering the forecast on the evening news.

Both Snoddon and Sheer were charged with impersonating a meteorologist, failing to provide the essentials of summer – sunshine, good forecasts and blue skies – and trafficking of rain, drizzle, and fog.

Prior to their arrest, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary had issued a statement to the media noting Snoddon and Sheerr were persons of interest given the following state of affairs:

SUMMER was last seen in early August of 2014. When last seen, SUMMER was described as being between 20-30 degrees Celsius (68-86 degrees Fahrenheit), blue skies with a bright and warm source of light in the sky. There have been sporadic sightings of this bright object, but these sightings have been rare since May 2015.

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Frequently-wrong New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is reportedly afraid to appear on television, due to fears of being arrested. Krugman has never been held accountable for his dishonest statements and failed predictions.

Sheerr – who is from the U.S. – faces possible deportation, the arresting officer said.

Of course, the arrests were just a humorous stunt – the Canadian’s way of coping with conditions that are egregious even by their own standards. Read the rest of this entry »

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Japan Snowstorm: Photos people are Posting on Twitter

From daily.bhaskar.com, a twitter photo slideshow of snow art.

Tokyo: During the heaviest and worst Snowfall in a decade, 11 people were killed while 1200 other were injured in Tokyo. As much as 27cm of snow was recorded in Tokyo by late Saturday, the heaviest fall in the capital for 45 years, according to meteorologists. The storm hit Tokyo on the eve of its gubernatorial election…

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Observers say the weather may affect voter turnout in the city of 13 million people. As this is a rare phenomenon in Japan, people seem to be enjoying the snow. They are carving cute and awesome snowman and uploading the pictures on Twitter. See more here

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From the comically gruesome…

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Nearly Half of Meteorologists Reject Man-made Global Warming

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Not all scientists agree that global warming is man-made. Nearly half of meteorologists and atmospheric science experts don’t believe that human activities are the driving force behind global warming, according to a survey by the American Meteorological Society.

The survey of AMS members found that while 52 percent of American Meteorological Society members believe climate change is occurring and mostly human-induced, 48 percent of members do not believe in man-made global warming.

Furthermore, the survey found that scientists who professed “liberal political views” were much more likely to believe in the theory of man-made global warming than those who without liberal views.

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