Medical Researchers Determine That Australia Never Used To Get Hot

In the United States, all deaths are caused by COVID – but in Australia they are caused by climate change. Because apparently Australia never used to get hot.

Climate change should be recorded on death certificates, doctors argue

If only Australia could return to the low CO2 days of 1896.

TimesMachine: August 18, 1896

23 Jan 1896 – THE HEAT WAVE. – Trove

09 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at

24 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at

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8 Responses to Medical Researchers Determine That Australia Never Used To Get Hot

  1. Michael Spencer says:

    Oh no Tony! Surely you’re not using nasty FACTS to support your contention?

    Everyone knows that using GIGO computer models are far more ‘with it’!

    (Send money …..)

  2. Taphonomic says:

    Summer extreme temperatures in Las Vegas NV almost always exceed 110F and somehow people manage to survive there and thrive.

  3. G W Smith says:

    Leftism is a fatal incurable global pandemic.

  4. Graeme No.3 says:

    But Tony, our(?) Bureau of Meteorology has decreed that there were no temperatures before 1910. Those old readings make it SO DIFFICULT to ‘prove’ global warming.

  5. Jemmmmo says:

    I love a sunburned country by Dorothy Mackellar

    I love a sunburnt country,
    A land of sweeping plains,
    Of ragged mountain ranges,
    Of droughts and flooding rains.
    I love her far horizons,
    I love her jewel-sea,
    Her beauty and her terror –
    The wide brown land for me!

  6. spike55 says:

    ANU.. roflmao !!! A real woke/joke of a university

    SJW abound !

  7. Old Grumpus says:

    Now just imagine the statistics if “stupidity” was recorded as a cause of death.

  8. James Sault says:

    Don’t worry it gets worse, The Royal Commission is being fed a line of rubbish from the BOM. I have included a link below for this article from the Canberra Times

    “Bureau of Meteorology’s head of climate monitoring Dr Karl Braganza warned Australia’s naturally variable climate was being exacerbated by climate change.

    Australia’s temperatures had warmed by about 1.5 degrees over the last 100 years.
    The fire season now started three months earlier than in the 1950s.

    Winter and spring rainfall – while highly variable – was also in a long-term decline, and expected to fall further.
    “We can see that now in the increased frequency of large scale heatwaves and record high temperatures and a longer fire season with more extreme fire days,” he said.

    During December, most of the country was experiencing above average to highest on record fire danger days, according to the Forest Fire Danger Index.”

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