23 Nov

Hurricane Sandy Was Caused By Global Warming Right?

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Dirty Weather In 1703 | Real Science

The Great Storm of 1703 is arguably the most severe storm or natural disaster ever recorded in the southern part of Britain. It affected southern England and the English Channel. A 120-mph (193-km/h) perfect hurricane, it started on 24 November, and did not die down until 2 December 1703.

At sea, many ships (many returning from helping the King of Spain fight the French in the War of the Spanish Succession) were wrecked, including HMS Resolution at Pevensey and on the Goodwin Sands, HMS Stirling Castle, HMS Northumberland and HMS Restoration, with about 1,500 seamen killed particularly on the Goodwins. Between 8,000 – 15,000 lives were lost overall.

1903 : 6,000,000 Acre Fire In Texas | Real Science

This came a few weeks after massive flooding in New York And New Jersey

Thanksgiving 1932 Hurricane Killed 2,500 People | Real Science

Climate experts tell us that hurricanes didn’t used to happen so late in the year, because they have the IQ of an amoeba.

Dirty Weather In 1894 | Real Science

Climate experts tell us that hurricanes didn’t used to happen in October, and particularly as far north as New Jersey. That is why parts of Newfoundland were wiped off the map in October, 1894.

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 24 years.

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