If the Atlantic Conveyor current has stopped, that would be bad
UPDATE The link is to a YouTube claiming, on the basis of a paper by one "Gianluigi Zangari," that the Correxit used to "disperse" the oil from Deepwater Horizon caused the Gulf Loop to collapse, causing the Atlantic Conveyor to collapse, freezing Britain. I debunked this in comments at Avedon's place:
I'm really not sure on the sourcing for the loop current/Atlantic Conveyor thing.
The PDF of Zangari's paper is riddled with errors*, a search on "Zangari" at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati doesn't come up with anything, and I'd expect a Google search on a scholar's name to have some cited papers at the top of the search. So...
* "The Gulf Stream importance in the global climate thermoregulation processes is well assessed" is like English, but it's not English.
NOTE And back to my reactions...
Well, actually, for us way the heck up here in Zone 5b, it's good news, if the UK's loss is our gain. I know that climate's not weather, but this is the second winter where the cold's been south of us. It's like the cold comes in from the west, swoops over Montana and Michigan and upstate New York, and then encounters some kinda mysterious obstacle -- like a warmer North Atlantic from melting ice caps and the current the UK used to get -- and gives us a miss.
It's an ill climate collapse that, and so on.