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There can be no denying that the Australian climate is getting hotter, what can be argued is the reason why. Scientists such as Tim Flannery blame it on (man made) climate change, and industrial pollutants from Australian industry, but is that any easy answer?Someone a lot smarter that I, could, I am sure, pose a good argument that the change could, in part at least, be down to Indian Ocean Dipole. When there is a La Nina event in the indian ocean this should bring an increase in precipitation to Australia but the recent one(S) have failed to do so, this is believed to be down to a positive Indian Ocean Dipole event.So the once dominant event on the Australian climate, El Nino, may now have to move aside and allow the Indian Ocean Dipole in. What does, or will, that do to the models?
But I understand why people aint to happy with IPCC:s conclusions, myself i fear they lean to much to moderate views on this.
The strange weather we see now is to me just a transitory phase, and when it has become 'stabilized'