January 4, 2008
This drought may never break
IT MAY be time to stop describing south-eastern Australia as gripped by drought and instead accept the extreme dry as permanent, one of the nation’s most senior weather experts warned yesterday.
“Perhaps we should call it our new climate,” said the Bureau of Meteorology’s head of climate analysis, David Jones.
Published 05:30 a.m., Sunday, July 10, 2011
It is a particularly appropriate read as we suffer through the hellish summer of 2011. While it is unknown exactly how much human activities are contributing to this summer’s unpleasant weather, one lesson from the book is clear: Get used to it. The weather of the 21st century will be very much like the hot and dry weather of 2011.
Texas is vulnerable to warming climate – Houston Chronicle
what a nitwit
A self proclaimed scientist whos is a nitwit. Her calling herself a scientist is like the money homeys on CNBC etc. reporting from the trading floor calling themselves traders or financial experts. AT least those ladies are eye candy to some extent. This one is a DAWG
What Jack says here applies to this woman:
Did anyone else do this after watching the video?
400,000 atom bombs a day says she’s wrong!
When a long term warming trend would be far more helpful than harmful to human civilization and the environment, there is little alarming about warming.
Global warming : a boon to humans and other animals
Climate of fear : why we shouldn’t worry about global warming
by Thomas Moore
Wow, I checked out here bio and some of her key ‘technical’ qualifications overlap my own. One would hope that with a proper historical perspective, you would not present yourself as the sort of imbecile she has presented herself as. (sigh)
couldn’t we just have a transcipt next time so we didn’t have to subject ourselves to such torture