Friday, August 05, 2011
Chennai - Raining here in Polichalur zone ... 10:42pm
RT @ranganaathan: @weatherofindia sudden downpour in T-Nagar, wow feel like its rainy season (10:26pm)
Chennai - Sea breeze is good, 9:08pm... W,N-W,N. Chennai will get a good shower in another 45 min.. around 10pm
Chennai - 9:05pm, a super shower fast approaching Tiruvallur from West , will be there in another 30 min... W-N-W, N-W, N.Chennai get ready!
8:40pm, A super shower is nearing Arakonam town (Tamilnadu) from W-N-W
Chennai - @drjagadesh >> a Strong shower is moving towards W,N-W suburbs of chennai .. now 8:25pm is at 80km from center
Chennai - 8:07pm, Super T.shower over N-W at around 100km from Chennai center... Keeping an eye on it !! Good Sea breeze continues !!
RT @ramanihm: RT @chennaitvnews1: Get rid of plastics and wastage from Chennai- Jaya's next initiative- hope like her rain harvesting
RT @aj_ay_it: @RebelOtter I am 12km away from Munnar in Kerala, surrounded by cardamom, tea and rain. Lots of rain. (6:02pm)
RT @asury: @weatherofindia "very heavy rain in bangalore" (5:38pm)
If Rajendra Pachauri, Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) thought his troubles are over, think again. Now one of his reviewers in a peer reviewed paper produced results that invalidate the main conclusions of the IPCC 2007 report called the AR4.
Previous research showing humans are responsible for emissions of CO2 is wrong. Increasing CO2 is not ‘driving the climate bus’ but is very much in the back seat to temperature. Natural processes alter isotopic ratios similar to expected from burning fossil fuels.
Chennai - now 3:11pm, Strong sea breeze has set in ... and now having Good preliminary T.cell formation over S, S-E, N-W
Chennai - Now having some cloud formation from S-W, Wind from S-W and Today again a passing sharp shower possible after 5pm
Chennai - having a Hot day with relatively high humidity now 12:55pm, 34.7 C
RT @rajugana: @weatherofindia Baroda 11.20am, It is cloudy and dark, but no rain so far.
As one climate skeptic blog noted "The count of failed IPCC climate model predictions being wrong is likely unprecedented in the annals of science." The East African famine is just one of the several confirmations of such a conclusion.
By Rajan Alexander - August 05, 2011