Monday, July 02, 2012

It must have been global warmnig that sparked friday night's wicked thunderstorms right?

Friday night, several states on the east coast experienced severe thunderstorms. Millions of people are still without power, and those without power could be in the dark until this weekend. These storms have caused wide spread damage from houses and cars being destroyed to businesses not being able to open due to no electricity. My power was out for almost the whole day Saturday, but I was one of the fortunate ones to have had it restored around 5pm. With so many people's lives thrown into a tail spin over the power outages and damages to their homes and businesses, it was only natural to assume that the global warming alarmist would jump on the opportunity to blame global warming as the cause of these heat related thunderstorms as explained by Doug Kammerer, chief meteorologist for WRC-TV in Washington, D.C which is a NBC affiliate.


I mean lets face it. Who in their right mind has ever heard of severe thunderstorms being triggered by heatwaves going into July. Sense the sarcasm.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's amazing today, whenever there is a natural disaster, that "global warming" is the first thing to be blamed.

When my mother was a little girl, growing up in the 1940s, global warming was never mentioned, only the "act of God." She would tell me the stories of how the insurance companies would wriggle their way to not pay the insured of any natural disaster that struck their homes or business', whether it would be a flood, wildfire, or an earthquake.

Today, the insurance companies cannot use that excuse, which I think would be too politically incorrect, because it might offend the non-believers. We got to blame natural disasters on "global warming."

10:57 PM  
Blogger No said...

Oh, yes of course GB causes Thunderstorms it is a given. The experts also say that GB is causing more ticks and Lyme disease too. Look it up they will amaze you with their great wisdom on this cult subject.

But us who don't believe are the one's that are crazy, right?

11:13 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

I think the climate change issue is another example of the political divide in this country. It's a damn shame that so many American are looking to the politicians to explain..."the weather??"

From what I've read in his bio, Doug Kammerer is American Meteorological Society (AMS) Certified and has a degree in Meteorology from the University of Northern Colorado. The way I see it, is that he offered his "opinion" based on his personal knowledge of the subject. Yet, due to the politicizing of..."THE WEATHER", his opinion has become news, and fodder for personal attacks. Who would have ever thunk that the weather would become a political issue...

12:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When there's a long string of very cold days in Winter and/or blizzard/severe snow storm, Global Warming alarmists will immediately try to hush you or call BS on you if you try to say that that is evidence against Global Warming.

But one heatwave happens, and they're the first to say that THAT is proof of Global Warming.

I always try to have them explain how there's scientific evidence of Global Warming on Jupiter and Mars. Yet there are no smoke stacks or SUVs there . . .

1:03 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Man causing "global warming" is as real as Linus of peanuts talking about the existence of the great pumpkin. I watched the movie "The Day after Tomorrow" a few days ago on TNT. I laughed all the way through the movie. Only the weak minded believes such foolishness about man being able to cause the change in the weather. This is where the global warming BS fails apart to me. If you notice, the global warming alarmists are always blaming the United States for "global warming". The reality is that most of the manufacturing on the planet comes from out of China not the U.S. The greeneys never really seem to go after China and India for their "contributions to global warming". In one breath the left says that all of our manufacturing jobs are being "outsourced", but in another breath, they say that we are the main contributor to global warming. I would think they should be glad that we are losing manufacturing jobs as they say, because wouldn't that mean less global warming. lol

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See, here is where one's opinion can agree with both Mr. Allen and Alpha. I went to presentations at a university where they went into the details of the global warming study. It was shameful and evident how agenda driven it was. So I agree with both your points.

The mere fact that the planet has had an exponential growth of humans will naturally cause changes in our environment. But the planet has also historically gone through climate changes that have nothing to do with human activity. Just like most issues, even when people do not completely agree, there is a wide section of the middle where there is consensus.

Most agree that we should do what we can for a better environment - recycle, limit consumption of fuels and non-biodegradable products, etc. I'd love to see programs where we could cut down on product packaging - like being able to re-fill the egg cartons rather than getting a new one every time. Or refilling bottles of various products. There's lots of creative ideas out there that are more useful than cramming more propaganda down our throats.


4:18 PM  

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