One thing that is striking about the University of East Anglia is the influence it wields in Norfolk’s local press and local schools and colleges. UEA’s reputation among the MMGW community sees the media and other educational establishments positively fawning over the college.
Which is why locals in the area are regularly given a dose of unchallenged puff pieces masquerading as news in an attempt to convince them mankind is heating the planet and devastation will ensue. One such example can be seen below, kindly captured from the Norwich Advertiser by regular AM contributor, Dave Ward:
As Dave points out the devastation must be beyond imagination if the highly praised mock up images reflect the future reality. After all, in the image on the left we can see water flooding an underpass and lapping over the top of it, having ascended the steps in the middle and not risen at the sides. Clearly man made global warming must be heralding the advent of intelligent water.
And the image on the right shows Norwich Castle with a new global warming induced moat. This image is just as disturbing given the area covered by water is one of the highest points of the city and sits approximately 25 metres above sea level.
As the ‘story’ points out, the film made up of images such as these is being supported by the Low Carbon Innovation Centre at the University of East Anglia and the Norwich Carbon Reduction Trust (NCRT).
Dave did a little digging into the NCRT and learned that it refers to itself as a charity, yet there was not any mention of the actual charity number on their website: http://www.ncrt.org.uk/# . So he searched the Charity Commission website site and found them under charity number 1131601. They haven’t filed any accounts for the last financial year as they are below the current £10k threshold. So it would be interesting to see how much support they gave to the ‘on message’ City College envirokids to ensure the film of their poorly thought out and cringeworthy photoshop efforts can be shown at The Forum.