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    But Never fear Global Warming Delusionalists, I'm sure we will have a few more hurricanes this season.

    And as Andrew showed everyone, it only takes one to really ruin your day.
    Of course, Andrew hit during a quiet period in hurricane activity.

    If we do have a major hurricane make landfall this year somewhere along the
    US coast there are two things that are dead certain.

    1. You will have the repair scammers taking advantage of people and...
    2. AlGore...
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    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Bonnie was hyped up for nothing. It stopped raining while I was driving into work...
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    Too hot? Global Warming.
    Too cold? Global Warming.
    Too wet? Global Warming.
    Too dry? Global Warming.
    Too many hurricanes? Global Warming.
    Too few hurricanes? Global Warming.

    One doesn't need Climategate to see how full of contractions this theory has in it and yet nobody on the AGW side is addressing this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    But Never fear Global Warming Delusionalists, I'm sure we will have a few more hurricanes this season.

    And as Andrew showed everyone, it only takes one to really ruin your day.
    Of course, Andrew hit during a quiet period in hurricane activity.

    If we do have a major hurricane make landfall this year somewhere along the
    US coast there are two things that are dead certain.

    1. You will have the repair scammers taking advantage of people and...
    2. AlGore...
    :D
    Missed KW
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    One bad snowstorm in DC means global warming is a bust , but massive heat waves that might be the norm now ...means nothing ?

    Jeeesh, the ignorance is pretty deep.
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    One bad snowstorm in DC means global warming is a bust , but massive heat waves that might be the norm now ...means nothing ?

    Jeeesh, the ignorance is pretty deep.
    And yet, all of the global warming supporters, including Al Gore, were using the record-setting heat in 2005 as "proof" that global warming is here. That's the problem with the theory, the supporters of it are constantly altering their positions to make it work, as I posted above.

    http://www.helium.com/items/1901740-...ming-is-a-hoax
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    Quote Originally Posted by swirling_vortex View Post
    And yet, all of the global warming supporters, including Al Gore, were using the record-setting heat in 2005 as "proof" that global warming is here. That's the problem with the theory, the supporters of it are constantly altering their positions to make it work, as I posted above.

    http://www.helium.com/items/1901740-...ming-is-a-hoax
    Your link shows no such thing. Doesn't mention Gore or anybody using the 2005 heat wave as 'proof'

    Did you even read the link ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanicus View Post
    Your link shows no such thing. Doesn't mention Gore or anybody using the 2005 heat wave as 'proof'

    Did you even read the link ?
    Polly want a cracker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stupidicus View Post
    One bad snowstorm in DC means global warming is a bust , but massive heat waves that might be the norm now ...means nothing ?

    Jeeesh, the ignorance is pretty deep.
    Yeah and you, and only you, are the one who dug the hole and filled it up when you got here with your DNC supplied talking points.
    Solve a man's problem with violence and help him for a day. Teach a man how to solve his problems with violence, help him for a lifetime - Belkar Bitterleaf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanicus View Post
    Your link shows no such thing. Doesn't mention Gore or anybody using the 2005 heat wave as 'proof'

    Did you even read the link ?
    I was referring to his movie and to the links I posted above. But if I must stuff you face in it....

    http://forumpolitics.com/blogs/2007/...th-transcript/
    In fact, if you look at the 10 hottest years ever measured in this atmospheric record, they have all occurred in the last 14 years. The hottest of all was 2005. We have already seen some of the heat waves scientists are saying are going to be a lot more common. A couple of years ago in Europe they had that massive heat wave that killed 35,000 people. India didn’t get as much attention, but the same year the temperature there went to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. This past summer in the American west, there were a lot of cities that broke all time records for high temperatures and for consecutive days with 100 degree temperature or more. 200 cities and towns in the west set all time records. And in the east there were a lot of cities that did the same thing, including, incidentally, New Orleans.

    So the temperature increases are taking place all over the world, including in the ocean. This is the natural range of variability for temperature in the ocean. You know people say, “Aw, it just naturally go up and down, so don’t worry about it.” This is the range that would be expected over the last 60 years. But the scientists that specialize in global warming have computer models that long ago predicted this range of temperature increase.
    Don't forget the 20 foot seas that are going to drown us all!
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