rain fall

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Wed, 04 Jan 2006 14:44:18 PST
Hi Arnold:

"So if Argentina is getting less does that mean it is falling someplace
>else like California."

I could not say for sure.Over here during the 90s the 900 mm average annual 
soared to an uncommon 1,300 mm. This produced fabulous crops and then at the 
early 2000s there was a gradual reduction and now it is obvious it wil be a 
period of years of drought. The evident global warming is supposed to 
extract water from the ocean but it is not falling on South America. And, 
you have seen the fires in the Sydney regions. And our Australian friends 
mention very high temperatures.
I had assumed that global warming automatically meant increased rainfall but 
it does not seem to be so.
Unless the rain is fallin on the ocean again


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