How Australia’s Fires Relate to African Floods

January 18, 2020

We all know El Nino, AMO and PDO.
Now meet IOD.

3 Responses to “How Australia’s Fires Relate to African Floods”

  1. grindupbaker Says:

    @”Sir Charles” The trivial bit of science that you posted a link to for me with no explanation whatsoever other than “What The Fuck” contains nothing whatsoever that contradicts my correct science nor even speaks to it at all. You are an idiot and whoever gave you a thumbuppy for your piece of lazy crap is an imbecile.

  2. Sir Charles Says:

    20% of areas in Iran at high risk of flood

    “Precipitation in Iran is one-third of the world’s average, as the country is located in a dry and fragile region where we experience 11 millimeters decrease in precipitation each 10 years and an increase in evaporation of more than 50 millimeters every year,”

    And even more extremes…

    Extreme cold and heavy snow hit Afghanistan, killing at least 17 people

    At least 17 people died as severe cold snap swept through Afghanistan on Saturday, January 11, 2020, bringing the total number of people killed by extremely cold weather this year to 24. The death toll may further increase as the Natural Disaster Management Authority is still trying to compile the total numbers.


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