Brisbane Floods Controlled By La Nina

Brisbane’s worst floods since 1950 (1955, 1974 and 2011) all occurred during peak La Nina periods. They have no correlation with CO2.

1955

http://news.google.com/newspapers

1974

http://news.google.com/

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10 Responses to Brisbane Floods Controlled By La Nina

  1. Dave G says:

    Imagine, the property and lives saved by using this information

    • mohatdebos says:

      The sad fact is that the Australian BOM probably has greatest expertise on ENSO because they used to use their forecasts to advise farmers. I say sad because these experts are now forced to attribute all weather related events to carbon emissions.

  2. PJB says:

    So, if we make it through the end of the world in 2012 … Brisbane can expect more La Nina flooding around 2030 or so. Isn’t nature wonderful?!

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    You refuse to show headlines for all the days when peace, love and tranquility ruled the planet, when climate and nature were in perfect harmony!

  4. Sparks says:

    What controls La Nina? is it the man made carbon layer in the atmosphere or something? /src

    Destroying all the man made climate change theories looks much easier than I thought.

  5. Latitude says:

    computer models do not have common sense…………………….

  6. For more on Brisbane floods and La Nina:
    http://www.appinsys.com/GlobalWarming/AustraliaFlood_Jan2011.htm
    The BOM provides a graph showing relation of floods with SOI.

  7. A shame that it appears to be so predictable. I wonder if they have simply found that result because that is what they are looking for.

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