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Professor Ian Plimer is out of his depth…..says Tim Flannery! December 14, 2011

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Professor Ian Plimer is out of his depth…..says Tim Flannery!

14 December 2011

Oh dear, Tim Flannery on Australian TV (Channel 10, The Project) saying Professor Ian Plimer is “out of his depth” with regards to his skeptical views on man-made climate change. Hmmm let’s have a look at Tim Flannery’s failed climate predictions below and then tell me who is out of their depth!!!

In 2005, Flannery predicted Sydney’s dams could be dry in as little as two years because global warming was drying up the rains, leaving the city “facing extreme difficulties with water”.

Check Sydney’s dam levels today: 73 per cent. Hmm. Not a good start.

In 2008, Flannery said: “The water problem is so severe for Adelaide that it may run out of water by early 2009.”

Check Adelaide’s water storage levels today: 77 per cent.

In 2007, Flannery predicted cities such as Brisbane would never again have dam-filling rains, as global warming had caused “a 20 per cent decrease in rainfall in some areas” and made the soil too hot, “so even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and river systems … “.

Check the Murray-Darling system today: in flood. Check Brisbane’s dam levels: 100 per cent full.

For more of Flannery’s many failed predictions click here. If Flannery tells you that your city is about to run of our water, move to higher ground and invest in an umbrella company.

Professor Ian Plimer is the author of the excellent book “Heaven & Earth” as well as his new release “How to get Expelled from School


1. Otter - December 14, 2011

Perhaps if his looked Thru his glasses, rather than over them, he’d see things a bit more clearly.

2. Global Scamming - December 14, 2011

Never let the truth get in the way of a good scare!

3. Oliver K. Manuel - December 15, 2011

Tonight there are reports of last ditch efforts to save the AGW fable. It won’t work:




Earlier today NASA belatedly started asking questions, . . .

Giving $1.4 M to Washington University to confirm or deny reports that silicon carbide (SiC) grains in the Murchison meteorite are “fall-out” particles from the supernova explosion that made our elements.

That question was answered 15 years ago by Kuroda and Myers using data from Washington University, but NASA, the US NAS, the UK’s RS, and the UN’s IPCC apparently didn’t want anyone to know that Earth’s heat source – the Sun – is not stable as they claimed, but the violently unstable remains of a supernova that gave birth to the Solar Syatem five billion (5 Gyr) ago.

Here’s the rest of the story with links to data and observations:

Click to access NASA_finally_asks.pdf

O K Manuel

4. Rod - December 15, 2011

Wasn’t that cringe making, a couple of weeks ago, Costello’s media release. I’m sure he practices at home, the red face and the cracking voice.

Dr Karl might be another one to keep an eye on. He said on Q&A that half the population are of below average intelligence and so need to be patronised by the other half.

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