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The Forum > General Discussion > It ain't gonna rain no more!

It ain't gonna rain no more!

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So we now have new BFFs...SR and 565gtMax. Safety in numbers, eh?

I've always thought that part of the reason so many people fall for the We'reAllGunnaDie story is that they've been conditioned to think that that's what the majority think and these people are desperate to be in the majority.

So fellas, did the BOM representatives tell the various governments there'd be no significant rains til May? SR has already conceded that point and Max.... (well it is Max).

Were they right? Is all the flooding a mirage?

They were wrong, weren't they fellas? That they made other contradictory predictions doesn't make these erroneous ones better. It just makes them (BOM) more suspect.

Case closed.
Posted by mhaze, Friday, 14 February 2020 5:30:28 PM
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These idiots pull their weather predictions out of a hat.

Has this fire event taught us anything?
If we backburn we'll increase the likeliness of rain?
Posted by Armchair Critic, Friday, 14 February 2020 8:34:05 PM
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Weather predictions will fail if the system is too chaotic, if there is insufficient data, or because of governing factors that are not understood and consequently not part of the modelling. Maybe the bushfire smoke has had an influence on rainfall. If it were known to be the case then it might be possible to replicate the effect of the smoke without the need for catastrophic fires. From what I read the catastrophists would rather have the bushfires as many of them are convinced that such action would provoke their gods to an apocalyptic rage.
Posted by Fester, Friday, 14 February 2020 10:42:10 PM
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18 degree's C in Antarctica. Massive iceberger snapping off. 43 C evaporation has to be at an all time high. So why wouldn't it rain.
Victoria with tropical storms. Cyclones lurking off the lower east coast. Hailstones the size of footballs. Power outages or surges. This weather is very complicated.
If you think this is normal i fear for your thoughts for what is abnormal.
Our govt needs the Abbott treatment, his tenure is going downhill faster than Hasbean's mind.
Posted by Riely, Saturday, 15 February 2020 8:45:38 AM
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We can always benefit from better understanding the world, but how does "It's climate change." enhance our understanding? My concern is with an ideological dogma that pushes unfeasible and economically damaging "solutions" whilst excluding scientific research and technological development which could be beneficial in their own right. The climate debate has ceased to be about scientific research and technological development. It has been hijacked by radical ideologists, and that raises a red flag for me.

Cheers
Posted by Fester, Saturday, 15 February 2020 9:53:41 AM
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With all this foaming-at-the-mouth raving about the 'hottest year ever' and 'unprecedented', 'catastrophic' bushfires, no mention has been made of the actual, fair dinkum low temperatures in Adelaide - mid twenties daily - in the middle of summer.

A recent cartoon in the media had a climate nutter lecturing to an audience, 'Remember, a week of low temperatures is a cold snap, but one hot day is a heat wave'. The hysterics and scare-mongers have no credibility at all.
Posted by ttbn, Saturday, 15 February 2020 11:15:11 AM
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