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Old 11th February 2020, 10:08   #11 (permalink)
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Rather like Michael Fish (in 1987?)
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Re: Thinking of Australia

Very much like Michael Fish lol. They also keep saying that they need bigger computers, but if you've noticed their weather forecasts are just as inaccurate as they were back in 1987.

BTW I have just checked the power generation in NSW Australia- the energy grid is being powered up 93% by coal, 4% hydro, 2% wind and zero solar.
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Heaviest rains in 20 years. Funny that the MSM have gone quiet on this. A bit like the hole in the ozone layer and acid rain lol.

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Should use my homemade weather vane it works every time 100%


You hang a length of rope from a tree if it's swinging back and forth it's windy, if it's dry it's then clear and if it's wet it's raining....simples
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This is so sad ....

Almost 3 billion animals affected by Australian bushfires, report shows

Exclusive: megafires ‘one of the worst wildlife disasters in modern history’, say scientists

Nearly 3 billion animals were killed or displaced by Australia’s devastating bushfire season of 2019 and 2020, according to scientists who have revealed for the first time the scale of the impact on the country’s native wildlife.

The Guardian has learned that an estimated 143 million mammals, 180 million birds, 51 million frogs and a staggering 2.5 billion reptiles were affected by the fires that burned across the continent. Not all the animals would have been killed by the flames or heat, but scientists say the prospects of survival for those that had withstood the initial impact was “probably not that great” due to the starvation, dehydration and predation by feral animals – mostly cats – that followed.

An interim report based on work by 10 scientists from five institutions, commissioned by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), suggests the toll from the fires goes much further than an earlier estimate of more than 1 billion animals killed.

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