Southeast Australia Is The New Canary In The Coal Mine


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11 Responses to Southeast Australia Is The New Canary In The Coal Mine

  1. ozspeaksup says:

    ooooh puhleeze!
    weve just had our first few sunny days,
    seriously its been cold cloudy n rainy almost non stop for bloody months.-which is good:-)
    still too cold at nights to get anything planted to grow much at all.
    NSW mighta got some warmth from inland travelling over but the proper sth east ie Vic and lower parts of Sth Aus sure havent had a warm time yet, the crops here are good n lush from rains but will be slow to ripen if it doesnt warm a bit soon.

  2. gator69 says:

    Are you suggesting canaries migrate? 😉

  3. R. de Haan says:

    No sea level rise since 1841:

    Even the use of the word sea level rise or change is an exaggeration.

    Close down the IPCC immediately.

  4. AndyG55 says:

    Hey, its red.. isn’t a canary meant to be yellow ??

    .. must be one of these

  5. Bob722 says:

    Apparently the warmists have a ample stock of canaries, and a unlimited supply of coal mines….

  6. Andy DC says:

    Someone is torching the temperatures over most of the oceans, which is surprising since water temperaures have not been abnormally high.

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