It Is Called “La Nina”

2011 has brought the worst US tornadoes and the worst Queensland floods since 1974. In 1974, CO2 was well below Hansen’s safe 350 ppm – so we can rule out CO2 as a cause. So what do 2011, 1974 (and 1955) have in common?

The floods in Queensland were also the worst since 1974.

In 1955, Brisbane had similar floods.

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12 Responses to It Is Called “La Nina”

  1. glacierman says:

    Yea, but, but, but, its much worse because of CO2. We have reached a tipping point. Tornado intensity will be higher and the winds will even swirl in the opposite direction than they did before CO2 was above 350ppm, just as predicted by Global Climate Models.


    • bubbagyro says:

      It won’t even be that good.
      Did you ever see the “C” Movie, made for TV, “Ice Tornado”?
      It will freeze everything after it destroys the world. It’s in the models, if you just tweak the sensitivity a mite.

      • glacierman says:

        Yes, just as predicted by GCMs! Just gotta play with the CO2 sensitivity a bit. Gavin says CO2 is Earths temperature control knob. I think it has truely magical powers and can control the wind speed and direction, as well as moisture and temperature.

      • glacierman says:

        Oh, and I almost forgot. It controls the movement of continents as well, which means you can dial up earthquakes and volcanoes too.

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    The “experts” are saying La Nina is fading and should be gone by June. Any sign of that yet?

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    The consensus of models is that it should be nuetral by winter, for whatever that is worth.

  4. It's always Marcia, Marcia says:

    You use a graph of real data to support what you say. Global warming scientists use a graph, produced by a computer program they made, to support what they say. You use reality. They use imaginations prompted by financial gain.

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