A 3 year study by the BOM and CSIRO : biggest waste of money in history.

In 2009, a 3 year study by both of these corrupt and ridiculously inaccurate organisations concluded theat the 13 year ongoing drought was a product of climate change.

Here are the main points.

SCIENTISTS studying Victoria’s crippling drought have, for the first time,  proved the link between rising levels of greenhouse gases and the state’s  dramatic decline in rainfall.

A  three-year collaboration between the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO has  confirmed what many scientists long suspected: that the 13-year drought is not  just a natural dry stretch but a shift related to climate change.

Scientists working on the $7 million South Eastern Australian Climate  Initiative say the rain has dropped away because the subtropical ridge – a band  of high pressure systems that sits over the country’s south – has strengthened  over the past 13 years.

These dry, high pressure systems have become stronger, bigger and more  frequent and  this intensification over the past century is closely linked to  rising global temperatures, they found.

So $7 Million and they have proof. Except of course, they did not engage their brains which I could have done for free.

You see, this is what happened.

Record rainfall almost across 3/4 of the country since that ridiculous report was written.

And why? Well its simple. You can’t have the sub tropical ridge moving South, as the study shows, and not receive massive rainfall from the tropics.

They cannot have it both ways. Imagine how many meals $7 Million could provide to the homeless people?

And there is no proof greenhouse gases had anything to do with the shift of patterns.

Please email the BOM or CSIRO asap and tell them there are many climatic oscillations available by searching Google.

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/national/its-not-drought-its-climate-change-say-scientists-20090829-f3cd.html#ixzz2Aw7AH4ZZ

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