Australia Will Be Wetter/Drier/Or A Bit Of Both

Australia has another infamous junk-scientist/mammalogist by the name of Tim Flannery, who in 2007 spewed:

“So even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and our river systems…” Tim Flannery 2007

Flannery’s climate hysteria led directly to the construction of four desalination plants totalling $12 BILLION.

ALL four desal plants are currently mothballed, costing about $1 MILLION/day each to run, under contract, until 2030.

All dams on the Eastern seaboard are near full. And have been ever since the “rains” returned in 2009.

More hard proof that there is far more damage done to people’s lives and economies by “global warming” alarmists and alarmism, than any supposed “global warming” (predicted by alarmist, junk-science computer models) could ever do.


By Paul Homewood


Eric Worrall at WUWT brings us the latest piece of junk science, this time from Steve Sherwood.

Sherwood after much taxpayer funded study concludes that Australia may see more rainfall in the future, less rainfall in the future, or a combination of the two.

More rain on the horizon as climate change affects Australia, study finds

Australians will need to batten down the hatches with more intense rain storms predicted as a result of higher humidity driven by a rise in global temperatures.

New findings from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, published in Nature Climate Change on Tuesday, reveal that a two-degree rise in average global temperatures would lead to a 10-30 per cent increase in extreme downpours.

The study’s authors predict that while some parts of the continent will become wetter, others will experience increasing drought.

Steve Sherwood, a professor at…

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