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    Default Climate Scientists who got it wrong.......

    I´ll start, this is what they said last year:

    Drought that ravaged US crops likely to worsen in 2013, forecast warns | Environment | guardian.co.uk

    I like this paragraph:

    The drought that we accumulated over the last five or six years in the middle part of the country and also the south-west is going to take a long time to remove
    This is how it currently looks:



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    Those predictions were hyperbole taken out of context by the oil-funded deniars. A press release that did not reflect the science which in fact predicted floods which proves blah blah IPCC blah blah Concensus blah blah 97% of all cats prefer it blah blah as you can see. in one of the following eighty five links

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    "It's a mixed bag of flooding, drought and warm weather," Laura Furgione, the deputy director of NOAA's weather service told a conference call with reporters.
    Other areas of the country however were in line for floods, with the most significant along the Red and Souris Rivers in North Dakota. NOAA said it was also expecting some 20,000 acres of farm land to be flooded in the Devil's Lake area of North Dakota.

    Some flooding was also expected along the upper Mississippi into southern Wisconsin, northern Missouri and parts of South Dakota and Iowa.
    Sounds a lot like a prediction of some flooding there....
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    NOAA said it was also expecting some 20,000 acres of farm land to be flooded in the Devil's Lake area of North Dakota.

    There's a clue in there somewhere...

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