Rain falls on Tim Flannery’s prediction parade

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Rain falls on Tim Flannery’s prediction parade


CHIEF Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery in 2007 warned global warming was draining our dams.

“Even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and river systems,” said the Australian who has most whipped up global warming alarmism.

“In Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane, water supplies are so low they need desalinated water urgently, possibly in as little as 18 months.”

Here is how full our dams are, five years later, at the end of another summer.

Canberra’s dams: 99.6 per cent.

Darwin’s dam: 96 per cent.

Brisbane’s dams: 91 per cent.

Sydney’s dams: 87 per cent.

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Melbourne’s dams: 64 per cent.

Adelaide’s dams: 55 per cent.

Flannery must account for his discredited predictions or hand in his resignation.


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