Government Scientist Permanent Drought UpdatePosted: December 5, 2015
Climate change alarmists live in a parallel universe, devoid of historical reference and a basic understanding of cyclical climate fluctuations.
In 2007, government scientists predicted permanent drought in the southwest US
according to a sobering new study, the Southwest’s aridity is about to get worse. Published in the April 9 issue of Science, “Model Projections of an Imminent Transition to a More Arid Climate in Southwestern North America” predicts that climate change will permanently alter the landscape of the Southwest so severely that conditions reminiscent of the Dust Bowl days of the 1930s
Compare current drought conditions on the left with November 1934 on right.
Almost all of Texas is wetter than normal. In a week or two, the US will be nearly drought free.
In 2008, Australian government scientists announced the permanent drought for south-east Australia.
None of New South Wales is experiencing drought.
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