11 thoughts on “Strongest storm ever recorded in Midwest

  1. “We’ve now had two remarkable extratropical storms this year in the U.S. that have smashed all-time low pressure records across a large portion of the country.”
    But there’s no problem.
    I read farther down to the part where it says fewer storms, but more intense. What was that big snowstorm called last winter? Snowpocalypse?

  2. Excuse me! This and the weather you experienced last winter and will again this coming winter are a direct result of “Global Warming”.

  3. I thought the PR / branding folks screwed up when naming this weather pattern benign sounding “global warming” instead of playing up the stronger / more extreme weather pattern angle like:

    fucked up climate change kills (FUCCK for short)

  4. Michale, Michale, Michale, we are all well aware that there are natural cycles associated with weather. While the natural cycles continue, our activities have change the natural cycles. Weather is becoming more and more intense. That’s what global warming brings. Global climate change. Sheesh! 🙁

  5. Susie,

    For every piece of science that you can show me that supports AGW, I can show you an equally compelling piece of science that refutes AGW..

    As for your NASA “research”?? How many times have the “facts” been changed??? Plenty….

    The science is in dispute. That is the ONLY unequivocal fact associated with Human Caused Global Warming (Yet The Planet Is Cooling)


    Weather is becoming more and more intense

    More intense…. than what?? A hundred years ago?? A thousand years ago?? Last week?? Yesterday???

    You see the problem with your claims. They require a baseline for comparison. But there can’t be any baseline because the planet’s climate has been changing for BILLIONS of years…

    Humankind simply does not have the technological capability to change the planet’s climate. Humankind might as well try and change the planet’s orbit. THAT is just as possible as humans changing the planet’s climate…

    It is the epitome of arrogance to think that humans have that capability.

    And trust me, I know arrogance when I see it. 😀


  6. There’s ignorant, and then there’s willfully ignorant.

    Where’s all this compelling evidence? Come on, bring it forth. Put your money where your mouth is.

  7. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/27/opinion/27doran.html

    As I said, you’re just plain lazy and willfully ignorant. A Google list of people who disagree is research?

    Research implies an investigation, and a learning process. This is not research.

    Now go through that list, remove every one associated with known ideology-for-pay organizations like Cato, or whose work was funded by the oil or coal industries, those whose research is not in the field of climate science, and then read the peer rebuttals of each remaining person’s work. You just might learn something.

    But no, it’s so much easier to let John Stossel tell you what to think.

    See, I do actual work on issues like this, and that’s why I have so little respect for what you claim about almost anything. Believe what you want, but don’t expect anyone to think you’re credible. You’re not.

    And if you start with the “we’ve always had climate change, and it’s arrogant to think humans could affect it” one more time, I’m going to ban you. Because I do not have the patience for stupidity.

    We’re clearly witnessing ACCELERATED climate change, and that’s the result of what we’ve done to the environment. REAL scientists are close to unanimous on this urgent issue.

  8. Ah Michale32086, I shall think of you fondly on November 2nd, when I exercise my right at the ballot to vote for every Left wing, moonbat, etc cause and candidates that I can. For now, I have to go to the local pharmacy to buy lotion for the the prickly rash that I have developed this late in the season due to the warm spell that my neck of the woods. Also I will be raking leaves that should have fallen, but the trees appear to waiting later to turn color and shed leaves.

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