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1 in 1000 y Flood??? Why Does Bogan Lie? What Was The CO2 Level in 1913? 1921?
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AlleyCat
2018-06-01 05:35:07 UTC
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The NWS provided observed rainfall accumulations for the past 24 hours
in the greater Baltimore area showing widespread observed amounts of
three to 6 inches with isolated measurements exceeding 9 inches.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Big fucking deal. Bal'more needs to learn how to dig trenches and install
better runoff systems.

Tarrytown, NY had 11.6" of rain in a 24 hour period.

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During a classic El Nino year in 1913, heavy rains drenched Texas. In this
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taken during the December 1913 floods, kids wade in feet-high water on St.
Mary's Street at Houston Streets.

The last tens days in November 1913 saw heavy rains that laid the
foundation for flooding during the first five days of December. Rainfall
totals measured 20 to 25 inches, causing 180 drownings.

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The Thrall Flood in 1921 drenched San Antonio due to a tropical storm that
formed in the Bay of Campeche. In this photo from Sept. 21, 1921, soldiers
float in a boat down St. Mary's Street. During 36 hours, the amount of
rainfall stood at 39.7 inches, which drowned 51 people.

As a result of the Sept. 9-10, 1921 flood, the city decided to build the
Olmos Dam to deter flash flooding. This photo shows one of the 13 bridges
that were destroyed due to the flood.

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In 1935, exceptional floods occurred in May on Seco Creek, in June on the
Colorado and Nueces Rivers and their tributaries, and in December on
Buffalo Bayou. This photo shows a washed out downtown Houston after
Buffalo Bayou flooding in December 1935.
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A flood in May 1949 marked the worst flood in Fort Worth's history, due to
the Clear Fork of the Trinity River breaking its levees and spilling into
the city. This photo shows an overview of a soaked Fort Worth on May 17,
1949.

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Alvin, Texas, was deluged by 43 inches of rain in 24 hours from July 24-
25, 1979, setting an all-time record 24-hour rainfall for the U.S.

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Keep that head squarely up your boyfriends' ass, liberals.

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Byker
2018-06-01 17:56:51 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
During a classic El Nino year in 1913, heavy rains drenched Texas. In this
photo (http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/35/05/66/7626161/3/1024x1024.jpg),
taken during the December 1913 floods, kids wade in feet-high water on St.
Mary's Street at Houston Streets.
The last tens days in November 1913 saw heavy rains that laid the
foundation for flooding during the first five days of December. Rainfall
totals measured 20 to 25 inches, causing 180 drownings.
This was SoCal a couple of years later:

http://sunnycv.com/southbay/exhibits/flood.html

https://www.voiceofsandiego.org/topics/news/the-mother-of-all-floods/

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/local-history/sdut-charles-hatfield-1916-rainfall-el-nino-san-diego-2015nov21-htmlstory.html

What were the CO2 levels then?
AlleyCat
2018-07-05 23:46:47 UTC
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The NWS provided observed rainfall accumulations for the past 24 hours
in the greater Baltimore area showing widespread observed amounts of
three to 6 inches with isolated measurements exceeding 9 inches.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Big fucking deal. Bal'more needs to learn how to dig trenches and install
better runoff systems.

Tarrytown, NY had 11.6" of rain in a 24 hour period.

=====

During a classic El Nino year in 1913, heavy rains drenched Texas. In this
photo (http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/35/05/66/7626161/3/1024x1024.jpg),
taken during the December 1913 floods, kids wade in feet-high water on St.
Mary's Street at Houston Streets.

The last tens days in November 1913 saw heavy rains that laid the
foundation for flooding during the first five days of December. Rainfall
totals measured 20 to 25 inches, causing 180 drownings.

***************************

The Thrall Flood in 1921 drenched San Antonio due to a tropical storm that
formed in the Bay of Campeche. In this photo from Sept. 21, 1921, soldiers
float in a boat down St. Mary's Street. During 36 hours, the amount of
rainfall stood at 39.7 inches, which drowned 51 people.

As a result of the Sept. 9-10, 1921 flood, the city decided to build the
Olmos Dam to deter flash flooding. This photo shows one of the 13 bridges
that were destroyed due to the flood.

***************************

In 1935, exceptional floods occurred in May on Seco Creek, in June on the
Colorado and Nueces Rivers and their tributaries, and in December on
Buffalo Bayou. This photo shows a washed out downtown Houston after
Buffalo Bayou flooding in December 1935.
http://ww1.hdnux.com/photos/34/34/61/7457856/3/1024x1024.jpg

***************************

A flood in May 1949 marked the worst flood in Fort Worth's history, due to
the Clear Fork of the Trinity River breaking its levees and spilling into
the city. This photo shows an overview of a soaked Fort Worth on May 17,
1949.

***************************

Alvin, Texas, was deluged by 43 inches of rain in 24 hours from July 24-
25, 1979, setting an all-time record 24-hour rainfall for the U.S.

***************************

Teabaggers don't know a fucking thing, because they don't want to know.
Keep that head squarely up your boyfriends' ass, liberals.

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It's "weather" when the temperatures don't agree with what climate
screechers have to say, and then it's climate change, when it does.

"It's all about money in the end. Keeping the Gravy Train running."
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Byker
2018-07-06 19:55:34 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
During a classic El Nino year in 1913, heavy rains drenched Texas. In this
photo (http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/35/05/66/7626161/3/1024x1024.jpg),
taken during the December 1913 floods, kids wade in feet-high water on St.
Mary's Street at Houston Streets.
The last tens days in November 1913 saw heavy rains that laid the
foundation for flooding during the first five days of December. Rainfall
totals measured 20 to 25 inches, causing 180 drownings.
What were the CO2 levels in 1916 when SoCal had two weeks of torrential
rain, burst dams, and massive flooding?

During early 1916, heavy rains caused floods throughout Southern California,
virtually cutting off San Diego County from the rest of the state for the
greater part of a month. Due to the floods 28 people died and about ten
million dollars in damages were caused, with the greatest losses occurring
in San Diego County, where twenty-two people died mostly in Otay River
valley when the Lower Otay Dam failed, releasing the contents of the Lower
Otay Reservoir. Another estimate, was that fifty lives were lost in San
Diego County. Among the dead was an early Japanese American colony. San
Diego residents blamed the floods on "rainmaker" Charles Hatfield, who was
hired by the city of San Diego to create rain: https://tinyurl.com/ybhucg4p

https://pubs.usgs.gov/wsp/0426/report.pdf

https://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=d&d=MG19160205.2.30

https://books.google.com/books?id=seu9_GFJWvIC&pg=PA38#v=onepage&q&f=false

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/local-history/sdut-charles-hatfield-1916-rainfall-el-nino-san-diego-2015nov21-htmlstory.html
Hillbilly Davis
2018-07-06 23:52:51 UTC
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Total Radio Silence

These religious climate change screechers screech that it has NEVER been
warmer, never as wet, never have we had as little snow, never has there
been as little ice, but then clam up like little sissy-girls at bedtime
during their pajama-boy party, when PROVEN they are dead wrong and lying
through their crooked-ass teeth.

EVERYTHING that is happening "now", has happened before, and not ONLY in
that made-up, not-so-clever crap time, rednecks and AUSTRALIAN bogans call
the "Big Banglocene".

THAT'S the kind of bullshit they try to play, when you point out that
something has happened in the past, and destroys their stupid bullshit
hypotheses and models.

It's, "Dude... that was like, 10 years ago", as if THAT was soooo or toooo
long ago and that everything has changed so much since, that it doesn't
MATTER that it has happened before.

BULLSHIT.

These tards and those like them have been screeching this bullshit for the
better part of a century now.

WHEN ARE WE ALL GONNA DIE!!??

We're not, and they KNOW we're not, (they also know it's not getting much
warmer), so they shifted to "climate change" (because THAT happens
naturally too) and to showing us how much SOLAR and WIND are "out-pacing
fossil-fuels" in "new" technology, because their climate doomsday bullshit
ain't gonna fly.

New and alternate technology being developed, does NOT prove man is
responsible for the warmth OR the climate "change". Where exactly has the
climate changed"? Where have deserts turned to rain-forests... where have
rain-forests turned to deserts because of a little CO² and not from clear-
cutting?

There IS no "new technology" in fossil-fuels, so ANY development of ANY
kind of new energy technology, is going to "out-pace" FFs in the energy
realm, but only as far AS new technology. There are more cars and trucks
being put on the road every day, that are NOT being out-paced by electric
cars.

Solar and wind out-pacing coal and oil in new technology, is not some sort
of "gauge" to where we're heading, energy and fossil-fuel-use-wise,
because there are MORE people born everyday on Earth, and MORE that are
driving FOSSIL-FUELED cars and trucks and boats and planes and all the
other form of industry and transportation that solar and wind can not
POSSIBLY replace.

Who the fuck CARES if entire towns, or COUNTRIES, for that matter, are
turning to solar and wind? Solar and wind can't run a blast furnace, you
fucktards.

You idiots brag about whole towns turning to solar and wind... that's JUST
for creature comforts and maybe transportation. Try running a sewage
system lumber yard with solar or wind.

Solar and wind can't fly more than two people any faster than I can
walk... and MAYBE just a little farther.

So much to say, too little interest in showing any further these idiots
for the fools they are. I can see them now, crying like the snowflakes did
when Hitlerry lost, when they come to realize that fossil-fuels will burn
just as bright and just as loud and just as long as it always has.

And the left wingers will NOT profit from it.

[giggle]

I will NOT sink to there level and put a <CAP> here for them... they know
what they DIDN'T do already, but I'll give them another chance...

What were the CO² levels in 1913 and 1921, when MORE rain fell, than fell
on Ellicott City, MD. last may?
--
Climate Hillbilly Davis

It's "weather" when the temperatures don't agree with what climate
screechers have to say, and then it's climate change, when it does.

"It's all about money in the end. Keeping the Gravy Train running."
http://youtu.be/J9Oi7x2OBdI
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