Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Are Australia’s floods the revenge of Gaia? | Grist
And it's climate change's fault: "The thing that we need to appreciate -- we're starting to see the impact of climate change in this region," said Brad Carter, Mayor of Rockhampton, another town devastated by flooding, reported the AP.
As if it's not bad enough, CROCODILES: Giant saltwater crocodiles, which can grow up to 20 feet in length, are invading Australia's suburbs as they swim upstream. Programmer Dan Nolan just posted this image of a croc washing up in a city park in Gympie, Australia.
Feb. 2010: Global warming likely cause of Australia's drought -
Australia's long-standing drought likely arises from global warming, representing a once-in-5,400 years event, suggests Antarctic ice core data.
With 13 more deaths, UP cold toll 103 - The Times of India
NEW DELHI: The winter death toll in Uttar Pradesh hit 103 with 13 more deaths reported on Tuesday even as a bright and sunny day greeted people in northern India, including the capital.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Climate change science is based solely on speculation, and not facts.