Failed catastrophist predictions

Australian drought hasn’t been dragged up lately by catastrophists, for obvious reasons, the rains came to a country that was predicted to be in “permanent drought.”

That really makes a mockery of catastrophist predictions concerning drought and flood, akin to David Viner’s promise of no more snow in the UK, the late Stephen Schneider’s global cooling prediction that he later did his best to deny, the Met Office predicting 2009 would be among the top five warmest years, NASA predicting a global temperature record in 2009/10, Fat Al predicting the Arctic ice cap disappearance by 2013.

There are dozens of similar examples, but catastrophists turn a blind eye to them all, hoping they’ll be forgotten.

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