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Old 12-30-2010, 01:10 AM
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A good article to remind us who invented the hoax and umm invented the internet
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Himalayan Glaciers Not Melting

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A good article to remind us who invented the hoax and umm invented the internet
Gore Reports Snow and Ice Across the World Vanishing Quickly
I noted the above report was from COPENHAGEN, Denmark, December 14, 2009

Moe R -
Very interesting to hear the reports of alarming, new 'danger's we face, goodness me... SOOT.. and now the CRYOSPHERE!!!

Strangely I notice they switch their primary focus to Glaciers and how millions will die from lack of river water once they melt. It is sickening how they talk of helping the poor nations, when it is just another lever to frighten the masses into accepting their desperate lies!

"Snow cover is diminishing, and glaciers from the Himalayas to the Alps are melting rapidly, with the greatest reductions in the Andes and the Rockies, the report shows. "

"The melting of glaciers can cause extensive water shortages. Today, more than a billion people depend on water from the Himalayan plateau."

"We should start by cutting emissions of short-lived drivers of climate change such as soot and ozone..."


Searching for evidence to confirm the above claims, I found the following.

Himalayan Glaciers Not Melting

Submitted by Doug L. Hoffman on Fri, 11/13/2009 - 15:26

According to a flurry of recent reports by the BBC and other mass media, the glaciers in the Himalayan mountains are melting at a furious pace. Of course this is taken as proof that climate change is still taking place at an ever accelerating rate, despite the fact the global temperatures have remained flat for the past decade. What, then, explains the rapidly retreating Himalayan glaciers? Nothing[, because the glaciers are not shrinking. A new report by a senior Indian glaciologist states that the glaciers remain frozen and quite intact, thank you.

Raina's report
draws on published studies and unpublished findings from half a dozen Indian groups who have analyzed remote-sensing satellite data or conducted on-site surveys at remote locations often higher than 5000 meters. While the report surveyed of a number of glaciers, two particularly iconic ones stand out.

The first is the 30-kilometer-long Gangotri glacier, source of the Ganges River. Between 1934 and 2003, the glacier retreated an average of 70 feet (22 meters) a year and shed a total of 5% of its length. But in 2004 and 2005, the retreat slowed to about 12 meters a year, and since September 2007 Gangotri has been “practically at a standstill,” according to Raina's report.

The second glacier, the Siachin glacier in Kashmir, is even more stable. Claims reported in the popular press that Siachin has shrunk as much as 50% are simply wrong, says Raina, whose report notes that the glacier has “not shown any remarkable retreat in the last 50 years.”

These conclusions were based in part on field measurements by ecologist Kireet Kumar of the G. B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development in Almora. Much like the hysteria about Greenland's ice cap, it seems reports of the glaciers' demise are a bit premature.

According to a report in the journal Science, “several Western experts who have conducted studies in the region agree with Raina's nuanced analysis—even if it clashes with IPCC's take on the Himalayas.”
The “extremely provocative” findings “are consistent with what I have learned independently,” says Jeffrey S. Kargel, a glaciologist at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Many glaciers in the Karakoram Mountains, on the border of India and Pakistan, have “stabilized or undergone an aggressive advance,” he says, citing new evidence gathered by a team led by Michael Bishop, a mountain geomorphologist at the University of Nebraska.

Having recently returned from an expedition to K2, one of the highest peaks in the world, Canadian glaciologist Kenneth Hewitt says he observed five advancing glaciers and only a single one in retreat.

Other researchers and noted experts have raised their voices in support of Raina's conclusions. According to Himalayan glacier specialist John “Jack” Shroder, the only possible conclusion is that IPCC's Himalaya assessment got it “horribly wrong.”


One of the dire predictions that the IPCC report made was for water shortages in the region. “Our data indicate the Ganges results primarily from monsoon rainfall, and until the monsoon fails completely, there will be a Ganges river, very similar to the present river.” Glacier melt contributes only 3% to 4% of the Ganges's annual flow, says Kireet Kumar. Another piece of climate catastrophist propaganda debunked.

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A Review of the Raina Report
Submitted by Doug L. Hoffman on Sun, 11/14/2010 - 14:34.

Because of all the uproar over Dr. Raina's report, “Himalayan Glaciers – A State-of-Art Review of Glacial Studies, Glacial Retreat and Climate Change,” the government of India engaged Australian ice expert Cliff Ollier to perform a critical review.

His conclusion?

" Dr. Ollier, a professor at the School of Earth and Environment, University of Western Australia,
has unequivocally pronounced Dr. Raina's work sound and his conclusions correct "

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"Snow cover is diminishing, and glaciers from the Himalayas to the Alps are melting rapidly"
- hmmm, maybe we should help them out by collecting all this snow and storing it in our fridges?

Thanks to Moe R for bringing more lies to light
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:17 PM
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Sweden’s Met Office


Now we know the British MET office gets it wrong, but maybe the Swedish are better equipped to forecast any cold weather spells?



The SMHI (Sweden’s Met Office) using 'more computer power' and 'high geographical resolution',
proudly state the following on their website,


The new scenarios show the effects of global warming with more details than before, thanks to more computer power and high geographical resolution.

Extreme weather will be more common in Europe, heavy rain and heat waves will be more frequent and more intense than at present.

New climate projections for severe weather situations in 100 years also show that truly cold days will virtually disappear.

Truly cold weather, such as -10°C in Spain or -30°C in southern Sweden, is unlikely to occur in future.


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hmmm, so why was this not foreseen???

Coldest December in Sweden in 110 years
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Published: 26 Dec 10 10:30 CET

The last few days of the year look to be very cold throughout Sweden, according to a forecast by the Swedish meteorological agency SMHI.

* Sweden deploys vintage trains to battle the snow (27 Dec 10)
* Roads remain calm as Swedes heed warnings (27 Dec 10)
* Swedish travel woes refuse to go on holiday (26 Dec 10)

This means that several parts of Sweden, including the southern region Götaland and eastern Svealand, will have experienced the coldest December in at least 110 years.


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This is just too funny.Just google Al Gore Buys Waterfront Property. Or anything like that. Everybody hates this guy. He should do the planet a favor.

Al Gore buys oceanfront property - Maggie's Farm

Why is Al Gore buying ocean front property? - Yahoo!7 Answers

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Ice floes the size of cars

Ice floes the size of cars lends sub-zero Cumbrian shoreline
the look of an Arctic wasteland

By Daily Mail Reporter



Just like Antarctica: Children take in the amazing views of the Solway Firth in Cumbria, UK
- where the recent thaw has led to massive icebergs floating down the estuary


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What killed the animals?

I wonder if the dead animals labeled as dead from freezing temps
really are killed by this global cooling or if something else killed them all.

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'Sun heats Earth!'

Science bulletin: 'Sun heats Earth!'
Russian research forecasts global cooling
Posted: October 27, 2009
9:58 pm Eastern

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2010 WorldNetDaily


Habibullo Abdussamatov

In a sharp rebuke to climate alarmists who believe human-generated carbon dioxide is responsible for causing catastrophic global warming, a Russian scientist has issued what amounts to a news flash announcing, "Sun Heats Earth!"

Habibullo Abdussamatov, the head of space research at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory in Russia, has published a paper in which he tracks sunspot activity going back to the 19th century to argue that total sun irradiance is the primary factor responsible for causing climate variations on Earth, not carbon dioxide.

Moreover, Abdussamatov's analysis of sun-activity data has led him to conclude that the Earth is entering a prolonged cooling phase because sunspot activity is currently in a phase regarded as a "minimum."

"Observations of the sun show that, as for the increase in temperature, carbon dioxide is 'not guilty,'" Abdussamatov wrote, "and, as for what lies ahead in the coming decades, it is not catastrophic warming, but a global and very prolonged temperature drop."

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40,000 dead crabs washed up on Kent coastline

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Hi Aaron, I have been following this trail and initially, it was Arkansas that got my attention with 5,000 red-winged blackbird deaths followed by another report of dead fish. The blame was focused on a bio-weapons storage plant nearby.

However, this is now being reported globally and is truly awful and bizarre!

Now it is happening in UK...

40,000 dead crabs washed up on Kent coastline
as UK is latest country to be hit by bizarre animal deaths

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All these signs seem very reminiscent of biblical stories prior to earth changes, or deep volcanic activity?

I have no doubt we are going to see much more of this!

video and story here from BBC


NOTE: it seems that these massive crab deaths have occured in UK, for the last three winters, so it is more puzzling than ever!


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A step-change in Earth's climate outlook?

(from a CFACT article by Dennis Avery)

As Britain suffers through its third straight harsh winter, a British watchdog group is calling for an inquiry into the failed recent long-range weather forecasts of the British Meteorological Office. The Met Office has long been one of the leading promoters of man-made warming fears and therefore has tended to see warming around every corner.

Dr. Benny Peiser of the Global Warming Policy Foundation says, “The current winter fiasco is no longer a joke, as the economic damage to the British economy as a result of the country’s ill-preparedness . . . could reach $15 billion.”

The Met Office informed the government this summer that there was only a small chance of a severe winter in 2010/11, especially in the midst of a long global warming trend. Now, however, thousands of weary travelers have been stranded in European airports, while highway crews have lacked the sand and salt to keep the roads safe.
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flooding

Guys,dont know if this is related, but the jet stream over Australia is pretty hardcore,its been raining for 2months here.

Death toll rises to eight, 70 missing as flash floods strike Queensland
Death toll rises to eight, 70 missing as flash floods strike Queensland | The Australian


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Guys,dont know if this is related, but the jet stream over Australia is pretty hardcore,its been raining for 2months here.
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Afraid it doesn't look good Ash.


JAN 12th - 31st 2011
Tropical Cyclone likely formations in South Indian Ocean & Australasian / West Pacific waters + Flood warnings Australia

Solar-Lunar driven major jet stream blocking will continue through January and indeed the whole of 2011 giving more extreme weather – such as further floods in Australia in January.
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Alex talks with meteorologist and astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. He is the owner of Weather Action which makes weather forecasts up to a year in advance. Corbyn is well-known for his opposition to the idea of anthropogenic global warming.
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Hi byjoveoldchap thanks for the heads up, dont know if this is related to the cooling cycle but here is an idea of how bad the jet stream is

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Hi byjoveoldchap thanks for the heads up, dont know if this is related to the cooling cycle but here is an idea of how bad the jet stream is

Well Ash, the evidence from above certainly indicates the curling and focusing of the jet stream onto the Eastern side of Ozzy to me!

Observing that satellite data on a daily basis, should give signs as to whether it is indeed 'stuck', and also first signs of it moving.

I understand that the 1973/74 floods were even higher than now, can you confirm that?

What is not clearly explained in these tv reports, is where all this water comes from. I've only heard of one river being blamed, the Brisbane River? A Google map showing the terrain would be worth viewing, i'll try to get a look at that tonight.

It seems there is a 39 year eclipse cycle that is responsible for this.


More bad news follows...
Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist of Weatheraction.com says these floods are caused by ‘stuck’ jet stream situations which depend on certain phases of the eclipse cycle and will continue through January. More floods are very likely this month and for one particular region our Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones and Australian extremes forecast predicts

SIGNIFICANT FLOODS in SouthWest Queensland 25-29
Jan.


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Hi Ash, byjoveoldchap and all, i'm in CQ, the rain has stopped for a bit now, but we are effectively cut off for a while, the local store is short of food too.

Before the 74 flood there was more rain, I think the main problem this time is they tried to store too much water too early in the season, this is how I see it, maybe i'm wrong.

They held up as much water as they could in all the dams, because for the last few years the water has run short. And of course like a bunch of silly children they just thought that holding more water would fix the problem of running out, however when the dams are all full and "letting go excess" already, the rivers and creeks are all higher to start with. Then more heavy rain on top of that, and a dam gate or two automatically opens or something maybe, Kablamo people get washed out to sea. I don't think all that water would have came down like that all at once if they wern't messing with it the way they do. The answer is intelligent useage and storage not more, more,more all the time. Heads need to roll in my opinion. Just my opinion.

If the dams had some reserve capacity left they could have caught the rain then let it go slowly. It's all about poor planning and morons. Without any common sense being used it's just a lottery. Pray for us.

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Wel well, would you believe it, now the ATM's are running out of money for people to buy whats left. I bet they closed the doors on a lot of store's and supermarkets and let the food be destroyed by the floodwater. The power had to be cut off in brisbane so even if they are not flooded completely the perishable's will warm up. It's not going to be easy for all those people to get food. I'm very glad i'm not stuck in the city. And it looks like a cyclone forming off the coast to the right in this image.

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releasing more floodwater from the dams!

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I think the main problem this time is they tried to store too much water too early in the season, this is how I see it, maybe i'm wrong.

They held up as much water as they could in all the dams, because for the last few years the water has run short. And of course like a bunch of silly children they just thought that holding more water would fix the problem of running out, however when the dams are all full and "letting go excess" already, the rivers and creeks are all higher to start with.

If the dams had some reserve capacity left they could have caught the rain then let it go slowly. It's all about poor planning and morons. Without any common sense being used it's just a lottery. Pray for us.

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I think your right Farmhand and unfortunately, it appears they will be releasing more flood water from the dams!

Brisbane evacuated as floodwaters threaten city


Brisbane Mayor Campbell Newman said some 6,500 homes, businesses and properties would be flooded within the city's borders by Thursday.
Yesterday's events brought the overall death toll in Queensland since the two-week-old flood crisis started to 18.

Entire towns have been swamped, more than 200,000 people affected, and coal and farming industries virtually shut down.

Brisbane Mayor Campbell Newman said some 6,500 homes, businesses and properties would be flooded within the city's borders by Thursday.

'Today is very significant, tomorrow is bad, and Thursday is going to be devastating for the residents and businesses affected.'

He said Brisbane's main dam, which had so far protected the city from flooding, was full and authorities now had to release water which would send floods into the city.



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Better weather forecasting could have helped prepare everyone for this tragedy and maybe others will learn from this and provide excess and safe spillage of water when the dams are full, rather than having to let it flow into an already flooded area!!!

We all pray there will be no more deaths and minimum harm.

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And it looks like a cyclone forming off the coast to the right in this image.

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From earlier viewing of these images, there is an awful lot of extremely cold air sitting in that jet stream around Ozzy!

i do hope you're wrong Farmhand
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Afraid it doesn't look good Ash.

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I am always saying that stupidity of men is the greatest mystery and
unfortunately one of the greatest power of destruction in this world too...
God help us all, because we all need a lot of help every day even when
it seems that everything is just fine, because in the very next moment
our lives could be turned upside down, one earthquake, one conflagration,
one flood, one car accident, sudden illness or sudden death of our nearest,
and in the second we see how we are helpless in the face of destiny...
But how many of us consider this fact with due respect before some serious strike of destiny hit us ?...
So, Farmhand, our prays are with you and your countrymen !
Take care and stay alive !
Do you have enough ammunition for those crocodiles ?
It frightens me most of all, not to mention snakes...
That wilderness of Australia is epic beauty i guess but when it becomes
dangerous it must be epic jeopardy too...
So God bless you all our distant brothers !

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Glad you hear your okay Guys ...we are in Brisbane even the water dragon lizards are coming in.

http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/1504/0001476.jpg

On a serious disturbing note. some are still saying that the flooding is due to "global warming"

Richard, Oxford, 11/1/2011 20:50 -- you ask " where is all of this water coming from?" The answer is the SEA . There is a La Nina event occurring . The moisture is coming in from the NNE over the sea and turns to rain over the land .What is odd is the intensity of this otherwise regular event . One good explanation for the extreme rainfall is higher sea surface temperatures driven by ..you guessed it .. global warming . It has rained everywhere on the east seaboard since around November ( but meanwhile Western Australia experiencing severe drought and bush fire !!!). Worldwide nature is sending us a BIG warning . I just hope we are listening before its too late . This flood will be the biggest in QLD history and rain will continue until at least MAY ..How so? Well the Southern Oscillation Index is well into the positive and a glance at the charts shows it doesn't change quickly . While its positive it rains . Good luck to those in the flood

Read more: Australia floods: 40,000 homes in danger as deadly surge heads towards Brisbane | Mail Online

Not looking good,think we need some help
YouTube - Toowoomba Flood 2011.01.10
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Global Warming. Yeah Sure,
At last they found a Reason for herself again for it.
And its just for sure not the Oilspill what occured.
But who knows, maybe the Oil spill was caused by Golbal Warming too.
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One of the most influential people I ever saw live, was Dixy Lee Ray, back in 1991, at SFU. Pitted against the best panel of doctorates Vancouver, BC Canada could offer (SFU, UBC & BCIT + privates) she stood alone, with her 5 ft stack of references and debated on all major environmental issues. At that time, Ozone Layer Depletion was huge.

I'll continue to look for an actual reference so that I'm backed up, but, the most profound thing I ever heard her say, went something like: (and bear in mind this was 91) "Today it's the Ozone, tomorrow it will be Terrorism, then it will Carbon Dioxide, when will it stop, when we all have to pay carbon tax?" - i will see if I can find an exact reference to that comment, but in the meantime, check this out:

An interview from the Fall, 1992, issue of Science and the Environment. A Publication of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty.

R&L: With the world-wide decline of socialism, many individuals think that the environmental movement may be the next great threat to freedom. Do you agree?

Ray: Yes, I do, and I’ll tell you why. It became evident to me when I attended the worldwide Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro last June. The International Socialist Party, which is intent upon continuing to press countries into socialism, is now headed up by people within the United Nations. They are the ones in the UN environmental program, and they were the ones sponsoring the so-called Earth Summit that was attended by 178 nations.

R&L: Did you have a specific purpose in attending the Earth Summit?

Ray: I was sent there by the Free Congress Committee, headed by Paul Weyrich. Fred Smith and I were sent down as observers, with reporters’ credentials, so we could witness the events. One of the main organizers of the program, Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland of Norway was the assistant executive for the conference. She is also the vice-president of the World Socialist Party. When she was questioned by Brazilian reporters after her talk and asked if what they were proposing didn’t have a peculiar resemblance to the agenda of the World Socialist Party she said, “Well, of course.” That was reported in Brazil but not picked up by the American press.
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Guys sorry just had to add in, 1000 homes were saved overnight DUE TO A CHANGE IN WEATHER CONDITIONS, looks like some one is looking after us . If the climate science model is bunk,i still think maybe we should consider that the climate is still going to drastically change in future?. Not sure what the poles shift in Russia is going to do, let me guess blame it on global warming too?

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Hey Ash,

Good to hear.

I think a lot of people who disbelieve in Global Warming Claims and such, really (if they follow my train of thought) aren't so much in disbelief that our planet is displaying change, rather, we are being sold down the river if we think getting on the UN bandwagon and the Al Gore movement will help in any way. It's a cashgrab. Carbon tax is a lie. That's what I believe.

One of Dixy Lee Ray's great points was (more or less) "No study regarding the Earth's conditions, if conducted over less than 5000 years has any merit due to the incorrectness of the sample set. The Earth is far too old, and weather has far to long of a chronological history to give merit to a study of 20,50 or even 100 years. There is no way to prove that that sample set is representative of anything man did, or if it is part of a 100,000 or even 1,000,000 year cycle."

So suddenly our politicians expect us to believe they have grave evidence that 20-100 years worth of data has lead them to inconclusiveness. Bull$#%! - there are PHD's would strongly disagree. Those PHD's are not likely backed by anyone's money to substantiate their theories and arguments. Some of them are even in hiding claiming their lives have been threatened. So what's really going on here. I don't know, but I believe carbon tax is a lie...
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January Rain

My thoughts and prayers go out to all those in Australia & Brazil!

It is quite a bit milder here but really cold. Just had 7 inches of snow
from early this morning to this afternoon. And to top it off - we're scheduled
for pretty much nonstop rain for the next week - in the middle of January!!? I went to grab some wood and it is raining right now.

Supposedly it will be a bit above freezing so maybe we won't get perpetual
ice skating rinks on the roads but we're in for a big mess.

Just as long as it isn't like Ice Storm back in 1996 or whenever, that was
very beautiful but also one of the craziest freak weather experiences to hit.
Knocked the city out for a while. Crazy to see it so cold and rainy that the
rain instantly freezes upon contact. Entire trees encased in pure
transparent ice talk about beautiful but so destructive at the same time!
All the torment of falling trees everywhere, power outages, people freezing,
etc...
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thank you for cleaning up the forum this morning.

Thank you for cleaning it up all the time.

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And it looks like a cyclone forming off the coast to the right in this image.

Latest Globe Satellite Image

It looks like Farmhand and Piers Corbyn were both right... Cyclones!



issued Jan 9th by WeatherAction
9-1-11 Australia Flood & Tropical Cyclone long range warnings


JAN 12th - 31st 2011
Tropical Cyclone likely formations in South Indian Ocean & Australasian / West Pacific waters + Flood warnings Australia.

About 7 tropical cyclones are likely to form in the Southern Indian Ocean / Australasia region in dates below.
Most likely sea areas are also specified but these have low confidence and further work is being undertaken to improve areas.

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Queensland Faces ‘High’ Likelihood of Cyclone Off North Coast

January 12, 2011, 10:04 PM EST
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-- Australia’s Queensland state, battered by fatal floods this week, faces the “high” likelihood of a cyclone forming in the Coral Sea off its northeast coast, the Bureau of Meteorology said on its website today.


The monsoon trough, situated over north Queensland and extending across the northern Coral Sea, is expected to strengthen over the next few days and a low may develop over the northern Coral Sea by tomorrow, it said. The system has more than a 50 percent chance of reaching cyclone status by Jan. 16, it said.


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Guys here we go more propaganda linking the floods to Global tax er mean warming


Queensland Floods. Climate Scientists 2010: Less Moisture Over Australia. Climate Scientists 2011: More Moisture Over Australia
In what is sure to be yet further embarrassment for advocates of the theory of man-made global warming it has emerged that climate scientists pinning the blame for the Queensland floods on global warming have been contradicting a report published by other climate scientists just weeks earlier.
Queensland Floods. Climate Scientists 2010: Less Moisture Over Australia. Climate Scientists 2011: More Moisture Over Australia | hauntingthelibrary

They dont know if they are Arthur or Martha!

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Guys here we go more propaganda linking the floods to Global tax er mean warming


Queensland Floods. Climate Scientists 2010: Less Moisture Over Australia. Climate Scientists 2011: More Moisture Over Australia
In what is sure to be yet further embarrassment for advocates of the theory of man-made global warming it has emerged that climate scientists pinning the blame for the Queensland floods on global warming have been contradicting a report published by other climate scientists just weeks earlier.
Queensland Floods. Climate Scientists 2010: Less Moisture Over Australia. Climate Scientists 2011: More Moisture Over Australia | hauntingthelibrary

They dont know if they are Arthur or Martha!

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Hi Ash, I'm glad your ok, hope things didn't get too nasty on you down there.

If things wern't so serious it would be comical, for sure. They had better get thier story straight soon or the deception they weave will be vaporised.

There was more rain in a similar timeframe in 1974, so the MMGW link to the floods is comletely rediculous and kind of sick that they try to take advantage of it for scare tactics. Luckily there are enough of us that aren't affected by the propaganda and can think for ourselves.

Hi Byjove, Thank goodness that cyclone turned away from us, we could do with a week or two break from the rain. They are inevitable though sooner or later, unfortunately.

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It's snowing here in Chengdu!

I am in Chengdu, China, and it is snowing like crazy right now. The locals think the next ice age is upon us!
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