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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
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    Hottest October day on record predicted
    And predicted wrong. 37.3 C.
    Again, it's weather. Not climate change.

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    You really are just so patronising.

    Quote Originally Posted by Father View Post
    Using which station? Sydney airport recorded 39.1 on 13 Oct 2004.

    I also don't understand what this has to do with climate change. You do understand the difference between weather and climate right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Father View Post
    And predicted wrong. 37.3 C.
    Again, it's weather. Not climate change.
    Oh, so 37.3 isn't extreme for this time of year?

    What are your qualifications on this? Oh, that's right, you don't have any. Silly me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirst33 View Post
    I'm confused about somebody debating about temps not increasing for 17 years then stating that temps have nothing to do with climate change???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Oh, so 37.3 isn't extreme for this time of year?
    Hot yes. But not out of the ordinary. The same station had 37.4 on 4 Oct 1942. It is not unusual at all. We get hot days, and we get cold days.

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    I disagree. It's on the front pages of newspapers.
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    Hot yes. But not out of the ordinary. The same station had 37.4 on 4 Oct 1942. It is not unusual at all. We get hot days, and we get cold days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I disagree. It's on the front pages of newspapers.
    I think I may have missed something. What do newspapers have to do with it?

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    It doesn't matter how hot it gets during the day, it's how cold it's gets over night that has the impact. The ocean is a thermal sink and absorbs and releases temperature. If the air doesn't cool down the ocean can't and then holds the heat and expands. You should be watching the average overnight temps rising in an incredibly subtle way but enough to cause global warming. Disclaimer I have an Environmental science degree


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    The thing that bugs me the most is we can't do what we have done to the planet and not expect to upset its natural balance. The whole environment is one fragile ecosystem and we have damaged it majorly. Just look at how much forest is left. Deforestation of this planet and pumping pollutants into the environment. Omg freaking out about how dumb and uneducated some people are!! Looking at you Tony Abbott.,


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