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With so much money spent on Climate study why all the surprising weather? Maybe it wasn't a surprise.


Human caused Global warming advocates have a problem.  For years they have been predicting imminent danger from rising sea level, increased hurricanes, and droughts accompanied by the end to cold weather, generally raising alarm about all manor of trends showing a warming earth.  But they've been wrong.  So wrong that many governments around the world have been caught off guard by colder and wetter weather than they were expecting. 
Now we find out there were warnings of flood damage in Australia and cold weather in England but these warnings were ignored or even covered up.
From Australia, today comes this article by the biggest-selling national newspaper "The Australian:"  A SECRET report by scientific and engineering experts warned of significantly greater risks of vast destruction from Brisbane River flooding
In England:  "The Global Warming Policy Foundation has called on the House of Commons Transport Select Committee to set up a parliamentary inquiry into the winter advice the Government received by the Met Office and the renewed failure of both the Government and local authorities to prepare the UK transport system for the third severe winter in a row."  "The Met Office has stated that it apparently warned the Cabinet Office in late October that the start of the winter would be exceptionally cold.  It would appear that the extreme weather warning was kept secret from the public."
Seems to me that so much money spent on claims of being able to predict what's going to happen in a hundred years would produce some safety benefits by predicting real dangers in the near term.  But now, with climate science missing and covering up the easily predicted return of the cooler wetter La Nina weather patterns, particularly the flooding in Australia, one Australian newspaper columnist confronts their equivalent to our Al Gore, Tim Flannery with some pointed questions about why his predictions have been so wrong. Here's a link to the transcript of that confrontation:   http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/flannery_vs_bolt_transcript/


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