Australian Media Lies About Record Hot July & Wheat Crop Wipeout

Let’s get into the trustworthy media, ABC News Australia records hottest July, warmest July on record so the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) claimed.

I went to the Bureau of Meteorology website and looked at Australia July 2018, second warmest July. I think the media misspoke there, I think they took that out of context actually lied about it and now here it is for all to see.

(ABOVE) Bureau of Meteorology Australian government average temperatures. I circled in the box there to make it very easy to understand, Australia as a whole the maximum temperatures were the second “highest” recorded. Where it says “mean” temperatures, this is what it’s all about, combining nighttime and daytime temperatures to get the average of the day temperatures.

(BELOW) You take that over the month of the average of the day with the hot and the cold highs and the lows averages coming out to the “mean”, 5th highest.

Since I was in the BOM website doing research for the video, minimum temperature anomalies for the 7th of August, 7–8 degrees Celsius below normal, huh.

Now on to the drought, I’m saying also the drought is cyclical, based on sunspot activity, and as we get deeper into the Grand Solar Minimum, Australia is going to suffer massive losses of everything that they grow down there, all crops. New South Wales has not seen this low of rainfall in an area this large for moisture precipitation since 1902, and then another instance 1965. They quote somebody Gary Gergis, who says droughts are getting hotter because the planets warming, we’ll come to that in a second.

What they do point out and do a great job here going back in history, taking us back to 1895 to 1902 when there was another terrible drought in Western/ Southern Australia destroying crops.

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I want to bring us back here to sunspot activity, I put the yellow arrow right in that exact area where they’re talking about these historical droughts in Australia, turn of the century last century in the 1900 era. Very low solar activity and keep that in mind for just a second as we come into this Grand Solar Minimum forecast to 2030.

In another article they’re saying as the drought takes hold what’s the best plan for Australian farms, because this articles states by 2092 to 2099 the temperature is going to be 4 to 5 degrees Celsius above what it is today.

(BELOW) They have a nice chart here to show you where the rest of the planet can heat as well (Dry / Wet). What they’re predicting is based off the IPCC’s predictions which have been pretty off the mark, so I would take this with a grain of salt.

When we’re looking at the forecasts going out if that drought was to occur during low solar activity and we are plunging into a 400-year low in solar activity. What do you think is going to happen in that same area?

This comes from Valentina’s Zharkova, Popov & Shephard. Zharkova’s Double Dynamo in the Sun canceling magnetic waves that’s going to usher in this Grand Solar Minimum. The bottom is where we are descending into you can see right in the center of the chart there the year 2000 and over to the right that’s 200 years into the future (400 years total). Magnetic waves that’s what the blue and the red lines are, Sun’s output intensity, but as we come out to later in this century Earth is going to continue to cool.

Back to the minimal solar activity circa 1885 to 1900, very low there.

They talked about droughts in these exact same areas, this is definitely intensifying.

Long before this article came out even last year I was putting this out as a map where the wheat growing regions in Australia are going to go offline, and it matches exactly where the drought is intensifying.

It’s not rocket science to look back in cycles of history and look through the climate data going back thousands of years, reconstructing new proxies of tree-ring data, stalactites, pollen, lake core drilling sediment, reef cores, ice cores, and everything in between.

(BELOW) You can see on the right where we are that hot red, well if you start looking back in the past and you go back even 800 or 1,200 years ago especially in Antarctica, look how warm it was compared to where we are now. The IPCC is telling us it’s the all-time warmest in Antarctica, that is just not true, and when we come back through Europe, Asia or North America the climate change naturally. I know Australia didn’t have that much data, but there’s a lot of reconstruction proxies happening now, cycles are repeating.

South America where we can see that the temperatures were below normal in the southern regions.

A shout-out to John here, who sent me these images about the New South Wales ski fields, a massive front bringing all-time record cold temperatures to Southern Australia but this is just what’s in the periphery of the storm. This much snow coming down already, it’s going to be an exciting three days for Australia. Hang on, you’re looking at least 7080 possibly 100 mile-per-hour winds with freezing rain.

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