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AUSTRALIA'S biggest city resembled a ghost town yesterday as the mercury hit a near record 42C. The scorching heat forced the city's four million residents indoors, leaving parks, playgrounds, the harbour, beaches and even public pools sparsely populated on the hottest day so far this summer.
Timaru has broken the record for its hottest day ever, with the temperature hitting a scorching 40.3 degrees shortly before 4pm.
The extreme heat is connected to the same heatwave that saw Sydney climb to 42 degrees yesterday and then record the hottest night ever, according to WeatherWatch.co.nz.
Originally posted by saltheart foamfollower
reply to post by hypervalentiodine
Well, what I got from that information is that the climate is cyclical. There are mini cycles and larger cycles.
I was not attempting to prove an ice age is coming.
See, there is no way to shutdown a star, which is what drives the cycles.
By the way, all the hooey about warming, change, disruption has NOT even gone beyond the supposition phase of a hypothesis. There is not even a THEORY but the governments want to institute a catastrophic economic decision. Hmmm, well ain't that just typical.