Other than NASA GISS, few institutes are as climate warming-obsessed as the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). To keep the global warming fear machine up and running in the future, it looks like the PIK is expanding its facilities (warning: at this PIK link there’s an atrocious translation to English).
Hello? Anybody here? Warmist PIK’s new facility construction shut down by snow and cold! Photo source: pik-webcam.
However, it’s obvious from the above photo that construction of its new global warming facilities have been stopped – because of bitter cold!
The photo taken this morning by the PIK webcam doesn’t show any construction activity at all happening on the site. It has been shut down by the unusual late-March bitter cold and snow, which according to PIK’s own climate models, were supposed to be a thing of the past.
And that isn’t about to change anytime soon as the forecast for the days ahead doesn’t look good: -13°C over the weekend! This means no work until at least after Easter.
12 responses to “Construction Of Warming-Obsessed PIK’s New €17-Million Facility Gets Shut Down…By Frost, Cold, And Snow!”
Quite a sloppy looking job site. Hate to see what it looks like without snow covering it up.
They’re building it using other people’s money. So they can afford to waste time and materials.
The Gore Effect lives in EU too!
The Icy Castle Of Warmism.
Fortress of Solitude
for comic hero Schellnhuber.
“UK Headed For Coldest March Since 1970”
Don’t I know it!
Germany headed for Coldest March since 1970, too
Delays cost money.
I wonder who pays???
Ask your politician…
Thanks for the link to the PIK page.
The quality of the page reflects PIK’s overall competence.
P.S.: Maybe the snow will have cleared for Super-Schelly to accept his award on the 27th.
I’m wondering which “outstanding work to popularize science” resulted in the award? ISTM that there’s a blurred line between “popularizing” and “bringing disrepute”.
There’s little doubt that Super-Schelly will return to his existing Temple of Doom and spend a lot of time polishing that award.