- Aug 28, 2019 5:44 pm GMT
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In 1916, there was a virtually total blackout in the state of South Australia, (SA) -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_South_Australian_blackout - the which I made a submission to the chief Scientist in Australia, Alan Finkel.
The problem was two fold, firstly SA was subjected to what is now grudgingly accepted to be called a Cold water/SubTropical Cyclone, which by the way, a Tropical cyclone, (Hurricane in the US?) can change into if it gets into colder water, - if it is strong enough, - we see this happening in Far North Queensland where Tropical Cyclones are not uncommon, if they get too far south, (south is colder in Oz).
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