hyping the scare with alarm and stupidity … earlier records forgotten

I would say “stupider, and getting more stupid every day”: The Climate Council of professional alarmist Tim Flannery once again hypes the scare with the ABC’s help:

Heatwaves in Australia are becoming more frequent, hotter and are lasting longer, a report released today by the Climate Council says.

The interim findings of the report, Australian Heatwaves: Hotter, Longer, Earlier and More Often, come as southern Australia swelters through a heatwave.

After notching up two consecutive days over 40 degrees Celsius, Melbourne is on track to record its second-longest heatwave since records began in the 1830s… The longest heatwave in Melbourne was in 1908, when there were five consecutive days over 40C.

Decades of man-made warming and we still can’t beat a 1908 record?

Even earlier records: Forgotten: Historic hot temperatures recorded with detail and care in Adelaide

Forgotten weather too: Black Friday January 14, 1939 – 114 Degrees In Melbourne

Another forgotten weather record: Longest Heatwave In History Was 90 Years Ago. Worst Heatwave Was 100 Years Ago

Marble Bar heatwave, 1923-24

Even a forgotten weather scare: Imaginary Changes Of Climate In 1871

The press and climate experts claim the Australian heatwave is the worst ever, and due to climate change – which is exactly the same BS they have been saying for hundreds of years.

ScreenHunter_1858 Jan. 15 22.36

10 Jan 1871 – IMAGINARY CHANGES OF CLIMATE. (Pall Mall Gazette.)

Earlier this week: Forgotten weather and forgotten heatwaves


About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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