Although the Bureau of Meteorology says: "this year's extreme weather is entirely consistent with the strong La Nina weather pattern."says The Australian 5/2/11, "This has not stopped Labor's climate change attache, Ross Garnaut, from making the link between today's weather and tomorrow's climate change."
Garnault says: "If we are seeing an intensification of extreme weather events now you ain't seen nothing yet." So where does that leave us if we are NOT seeing an intensification of extreme weather?
windworker" shows us that cyclones are neither increasing nor getting more intense.
Roy Spencer of UAH, the former NASA scientist, in his Global Temperature report for Jan11 shows that Global Temperatures dropped dramatically in January.
What about the global Sea surface temperatures?
They have been FALLING for a year.
So back to Garnault and the report in Saturday's Australian - (link in title)
Garnaut is also convinced that the science is becoming more certain. Garnaut says, "All of the measurable impacts like increases in temperature and sea level are tracking right at the top of the range of possibilities, in some cases above them."
Garnault closes with: "All of the evidence seems to be in the other direction."
Well, looking at those charted data, I would agree, But I don't think that's what you meant.