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Mecury tipped to hit mid 40's in most of Australia.

 
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Australia is a Hell-Hole, where all the indigenous wildlife wants to KILL you, and it can, quite easily!

Plus, the country is full of Bogans, Hoons and Ockers!

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FUCK OFF, after WW3 yous'll all be fuckin speakin Strayin!!!!
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australia
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That's giving me a headache! Lol.
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Is it true that a kangaroo and kill you with one solid kick to the solar plexus?
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I cannot remember a time when the entire country was hit by a heatwave like this. More evidence of global warming maybe? whether man made or natural cycle? I don't know.

I cannot understand all of the haters. People die from heat stroke and need to know how to live in these temperatures.
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Too right, not to long ago an elderly couple died in my suburb from heat stroke.
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Is it true that a kangaroo and kill you with one solid kick to the solar plexus?
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Not to sure, they will certainly break bones and cut you up.
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Australia is a Hell-Hole, where all the indigenous wildlife wants to KILL you, and it can, quite easily!

Plus, the country is full of Bogans, Hoons and Ockers!

scream
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FUCK OFF, after WW3 yous'll all be fuckin speakin Strayin!!!!
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The whole world will have to celebrate 'Straya day!


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Australia is a Hell-Hole, where all the indigenous wildlife wants to KILL you, and it can, quite easily!

Plus, the country is full of Bogans, Hoons and Ockers!

scream
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FUCK OFF, after WW3 yous'll all be fuckin speakin Strayin!!!!
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The whole world will have to celebrate 'Straya day!


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5a
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Are they eating kangaroo meat????????












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01/03/2013 09:37 PM
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Boganism, FTW!

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Australia is a Hell-Hole, where all the indigenous wildlife wants to KILL you, and it can, quite easily!

Plus, the country is full of Bogans, Hoons and Ockers!

scream
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atleast not too many pommie whinging dickheads!
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Are they eating kangaroo meat????????












Is it good?
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I like it, you have to know how to cook it though otherwise it goes really tough.
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Are they eating kangaroo meat????????












Is it good?
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I like it, you have to know how to cook it though otherwise it goes really tough.
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Wow, I didn't know this.

Are there a lot of kangas there for everyone to eat?

I thought they were protected.
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Currently 42.7 where I am.

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Australia is a Hell-Hole, where all the indigenous wildlife wants to KILL you, and it can, quite easily!

Plus, the country is full of Bogans, Hoons and Ockers!

scream
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Aww, bit hot for your delicate lily white skin was it?
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I've been to Aussie land. The animals were quite civil I must say, it's some of the people you need to watch out for. Plus, I hear electronic lobotomies are quite the fad down there.
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Boganism, FTW!

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Bin juice breath^ for the win.
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Are they eating kangaroo meat????????












Is it good?
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I like it, you have to know how to cook it though otherwise it goes really tough.
 Quoting: LSDreamer


Wow, I didn't know this.

Are there a lot of kangas there for everyone to eat?

I thought they were protected.
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Kangaroos are a pest, they're abundant just about everywhere in Australia.

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Are they eating kangaroo meat????????












Is it good?
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I like it, you have to know how to cook it though otherwise it goes really tough.
 Quoting: LSDreamer


Wow, I didn't know this.

Are there a lot of kangas there for everyone to eat?

I thought they were protected.
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Depends on the state, and even then national parks are sanctuaries.Depending where in Oz and what the food for them is like there can be a lot of them.SA meat gets exported to a lot of states.
Im more worried about the damage they do to a car if you hit one(like i did last year).
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Boganism, FTW!

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Bin juice breath^ for the win.
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I PEE IN THE SHOWERscream
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australia
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LMFAO that deserves some karma right there
i get on this site... way too much
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Looks like there will heat doom at the Aussie Open in a couple of weeks time.
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This heatwave is normal. But look what happend in 1896!




Extreme heat in 1896: Panic stricken people fled the outback on special trains as hundreds die.

It is as if history is being erased. For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.

In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks. The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states. Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days (1)(2)(3). It stayed above 100 degrees F (38.8°C) for 24 days straight.

By Tuesday Jan 14, people were reported falling dead in the streets. Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight. Overnight, the temperature did not fall below 103°F. On Jan 18 in Wilcannia, five deaths were recorded in one day, the hospitals were overcrowded and reports said that “more deaths are hourly expected”. By January 24, in Bourke, many businesses had shut down (almost everything bar the hotels). Panic stricken Australians were fleeing to the hills in climate refugee trains. As reported at the time, the government felt the situation was so serious that to save lives and ease the suffering of its citizens they added cheaper train services:

[link to joannenova.com.au]
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This heatwave is normal. But look what happend in 1896!




Extreme heat in 1896: Panic stricken people fled the outback on special trains as hundreds die.

It is as if history is being erased. For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.

In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks. The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states. Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days (1)(2)(3). It stayed above 100 degrees F (38.8°C) for 24 days straight.

By Tuesday Jan 14, people were reported falling dead in the streets. Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight. Overnight, the temperature did not fall below 103°F. On Jan 18 in Wilcannia, five deaths were recorded in one day, the hospitals were overcrowded and reports said that “more deaths are hourly expected”. By January 24, in Bourke, many businesses had shut down (almost everything bar the hotels). Panic stricken Australians were fleeing to the hills in climate refugee trains. As reported at the time, the government felt the situation was so serious that to save lives and ease the suffering of its citizens they added cheaper train services:

[link to joannenova.com.au]
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damned

Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight.

Zombies...
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Boganism, FTW!

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Bin juice breath^ for the win.
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I PEE IN THE SHOWERscream
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I hereby christen you pissy feet.
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Re: Mecury tipped to hit mid 40's in most of Australia.
This heatwave is normal. But look what happend in 1896!




Extreme heat in 1896: Panic stricken people fled the outback on special trains as hundreds die.

It is as if history is being erased. For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.

In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks. The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states. Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days (1)(2)(3). It stayed above 100 degrees F (38.8°C) for 24 days straight.

By Tuesday Jan 14, people were reported falling dead in the streets. Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight. Overnight, the temperature did not fall below 103°F. On Jan 18 in Wilcannia, five deaths were recorded in one day, the hospitals were overcrowded and reports said that “more deaths are hourly expected”. By January 24, in Bourke, many businesses had shut down (almost everything bar the hotels). Panic stricken Australians were fleeing to the hills in climate refugee trains. As reported at the time, the government felt the situation was so serious that to save lives and ease the suffering of its citizens they added cheaper train services:

[link to joannenova.com.au]
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damned

Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight.

Zombies...
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zombies
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Boganism, FTW!

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Bin juice breath^ for the win.
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I PEE IN THE SHOWERscream
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Boganism, FTW!

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Bin juice breath^ for the win.
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I PEE IN THE SHOWERscream
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This heatwave is normal. But look what happend in 1896!




Extreme heat in 1896: Panic stricken people fled the outback on special trains as hundreds die.

It is as if history is being erased. For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.

In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks. The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states. Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days (1)(2)(3). It stayed above 100 degrees F (38.8°C) for 24 days straight.

By Tuesday Jan 14, people were reported falling dead in the streets. Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight. Overnight, the temperature did not fall below 103°F. On Jan 18 in Wilcannia, five deaths were recorded in one day, the hospitals were overcrowded and reports said that “more deaths are hourly expected”. By January 24, in Bourke, many businesses had shut down (almost everything bar the hotels). Panic stricken Australians were fleeing to the hills in climate refugee trains. As reported at the time, the government felt the situation was so serious that to save lives and ease the suffering of its citizens they added cheaper train services:

[link to joannenova.com.au]
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That would have been horrid.
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This heatwave is normal. But look what happend in 1896!




Extreme heat in 1896: Panic stricken people fled the outback on special trains as hundreds die.

It is as if history is being erased. For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.

In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks. The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states. Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days (1)(2)(3). It stayed above 100 degrees F (38.8°C) for 24 days straight.

By Tuesday Jan 14, people were reported falling dead in the streets. Unable to sleep, people in Brewarrina walked the streets at night for hours, the thermometer recording 109F at midnight. Overnight, the temperature did not fall below 103°F. On Jan 18 in Wilcannia, five deaths were recorded in one day, the hospitals were overcrowded and reports said that “more deaths are hourly expected”. By January 24, in Bourke, many businesses had shut down (almost everything bar the hotels). Panic stricken Australians were fleeing to the hills in climate refugee trains. As reported at the time, the government felt the situation was so serious that to save lives and ease the suffering of its citizens they added cheaper train services:

[link to joannenova.com.au]
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Could Al Gore have forseen this???
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Another brutal heatwave in 1932!

FYI

Heatwave kills thousands of birds — this was climate change in 1932

Trawling through our National Archives, Lance Pidgeon has found stories of how a heatwave in 1932 was so extreme that it caused mass bird deaths across outback Australia. The PDF is posted on Warwick Hughes blog. As Lance says, imagine the headlines if that had happened 80 years later. Presumably some would blame coal, airconditioners, and SUV’s for “killing billions of birds”. These old newspaper records also raise questions about our national temperature databases. Things appeared to be hotter then, than history now records them? I’ve only had time for a quick look and a cut and paste.

Great numbers were killed alone by the fortnightly train to Alice Springs. These fell exhausted on the railway line. A large number flew into the fans in the carriages and perished. Thousands fell exhausted in water pools and were drowned. A letter from Minnie Downs told of the death of thousands of birds on one day. The temperature that day was 125 degrees in the shade— and there was no shade. One woman at Tarcoola filled a 40-gallon drum, with shell parrots in one afternoon. Trees actually snapped under the strain of flight after flight of birds which swarmed exhausted on them. More than 60,000 dead parrots, it was estimated, were in one dam. Dams and wells for hundreds of miles were piled with dead birds. In places the dead birds were lying two feet deep over the ground. Almost every bushman is a bird lover, and they saved thousands of their feathered friends.”

Note “figures run into billions.” and “The temperature that day was 125 degrees in the shade “. The original stories from the “Mammologist” and more here.

The birds had been doing well and spread farther north than normal… I gather some bounties had even been offered to cull them, but the heat appeared to do the job far more effectively than human hunters.

“From one of his dams he said he took out and burnt about five tons of Parrots. ‘ We made a net with wirenetting,’ he said, ‘and dragged it from one side to the other and then extracted the birds, as the fisherman does his fish.” From here.

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Which way does the water turn in your toilet?

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