Wednesday, April 1, 2009

It's a no-brainer...literally

Global warming 37 percent to blame for droughts: scientist
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global warming is more than a third to blame for a major drop in rainfall that includes a decade-long drought in Australia and a lengthy dry spell in the United States, a scientist said on Wednesday.
You'll recall all the alarmists lining up to blame the drought in the Southeastern United States on global warming about a year ago...But...

Flooded Southeast braces for more rain, possible tornadoes
GENEVA, Ala. (AP) — Residents of the rain-soaked Southeast braced for more storms even as they tried to dry out from a weekend deluge that flooded hundreds of homes, washed out roads and forced evacuations.
Of course...the incessant rain and flooding is, ALSO, a by-product of global warming.