Skip to comments.Climate Alarmists Target the Arabunna People – With No Evidence
Posted on 06/29/2012 1:00:03 PM PDT by Rocky
The Arabunna people live in the area around Lake Eyre in Southern Australia. It is a hot, hostile desert region, which is no surprise, because well its in Australia.
(Lake Eyre region in South Australia.)
A new report from the University of Everybody-Panic is a study of the horrendous future faced by these poor folks:
"The first stage of University of Adelaide research released today shows that South Australias Arabunna country, which includes Lake Eyre in the far north, is likely to get both drier and hotter in decades to come.
'Temperatures could increase up to four degrees Celsius in Arabunna country in the next century, threatening the survival of many plants and animals,' says the author of the report, Dr John Tibby from the University of Adelaides Discipline of Geography, Environment and Population." SOURCE: PhysOrg
There has been little change in the area temperatures since the satellite records began. Despite that, University of Adelaide professors are selling their fantasies of a terrifying future to the Arabunna, the aboriginal people who live in the area.
Meanwhile, the temperatures in the region are currently lower than they have been in the entire satellite record
Maybe the aborigines should invite the envirowackos to dinner.
“Could” “Might” “May” “Possibly”, etc.
You give people with to much time on their hands enough money they could do a study showing the moon is made of swiss cheese. The climate grant propaganda studies have all been exposed as nothing but POLITICAL HYPE by the leftist alarmists, who have LOST ALL CREDIBILITY since the release of the emails.
I forgot to click on “excerpt”. There’s more explanation and a map (which I don’t know how to copy here) at the link.
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