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Fears grow about Sydney after Australia fires merge into giant blaze

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15 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

Nonsense. For the past 5000 years the average global temperature has been on a slight declining trend on average All of a sudden, as climatologist predicted, the temperature is rising at a rate that's unprecedented in at least the past 2000 years. So it's not just that the average temperature is rising, but that it's rising quickly in comparison to how temperatures have changed in the past. What denialists don't seem able to grasp is the concept of rate.

What's the difference The Ice Age phenomenon doesn't have an axact time frame or pattern. I would say Nonsense to you're post. :thumbsup:

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Fires are from high winds and dry conditions from a Sudden Stratospheric Warming event over Antarctica that scientists agree has nothing to do with "Climate Change"

 

https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/climate-change/rare-antarctica-warming-to-trigger-heatwaves-fires-in-australia-67156

 

Same thing happened in 2002 with some very dry conditions and bush fires the following years. Please no more Climate Change leftie propaganda

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5 hours ago, ThaiBunny said:

"Millions"? Really. Tens of thousands maybe

Really! There are over 5 million people living in Sydney, don't you think it affects them, just on air quality alone?

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9 minutes ago, Jdiddy said:

Fires are from high winds and dry conditions from a Sudden Stratospheric Warming event over Antarctica that scientists agree has nothing to do with "Climate Change"

 

https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/climate-change/rare-antarctica-warming-to-trigger-heatwaves-fires-in-australia-67156

 

Same thing happened in 2002 with some very dry conditions and bush fires the following years. Please no more Climate Change leftie propaganda

From the same article

"While January 2019 was the hottest for Australia, the continent also recorded the fourth-driest January–September on record and the driest since 1965. 

Rainfall in September was very much below average for most of Australia. Rainfall was fourth-lowest on record for Australia as a whole in the last 120 years."

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