Hate to Bust the Bubble

I hear a lot of people talking about Global Warming again & trying to blame it for these hurricanes.

It's sad how little adults with diplomas & degrees understand gravity & what happens when the Sun & Moon are on the same side of the planet at the same time.

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Comments (6)

  1. Gulfman

    These same people are lucky they know how to operate the thermostat on the wall

    September 13, 2017
  2. wirelessguru1

    Blame Me (God)…

    September 13, 2017
  3. dogmaster

    There is a very high probability that the storm which hit Galveston in 1900 was just as strong as Irma. It hit Galveston as a Category 4 and just five miles and hour away from being a Category 5. The circulation was about the same based on the surface reports. The big difference is that there was no satellites to show how big it was or Hurricane Hunters to go inside to get accurate winds or pressures. We have no idea how big or strong that storm might have been in the few minutes prior to coming ashore. Only ship reports and ships tend to stay away from the center of storms like that one.

    September 13, 2017
  4. stevehayes13

    Some supposedly famous woman (who I never heard of) went on television and wrapped herself in the mantle of science and simultaneously asserted that the hurricanes were the wrath of Mother Nature as a result of people voting for Trump. The interviewer did not bother to ask how someone can claim to be asserting scientific fact whilst asserting that nature is a person with emotions and intentions, who cares about US election results.

    September 13, 2017
    1. wirelessguru1

      I see, so she blamed Mother Nature but not Me!

      September 13, 2017
    2. Munkyman

      It is amazing, especially when that same person will argue an actual meteorologist when they say Climate Change predates man & man has a minimal effect on it.

      September 13, 2017