2009 climate change cancelled
The computer, is located in a special room bigger than two football pitches, it requires 1.2 megawatts of energy to run, that's enough to power a small town. It provides meteorological information to a team of 400 scientists.
At the time the chief technology officer at the Met Office, said: 'This computer will allow us to make the most accurate weather forecasts we have ever produced. 'People should be able to see a noticeable improvement in the accuracy of forecasting....'Not only will it help us tell you what the weather will be like today and tomorrow, it will help create a much better long term picture".
Well, that was a waste of time, energy and money then
And these are the quack scientists that provide "Impartial and peer-reviewed science undertaken by the Met Office and others which enables our government to develop sound policies to put the UK on a firm footing to lead international negotiations on taking action to tackle climate change".