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Archive for March 22nd, 2007

The Disconnect Is Complete

Posted by Mark on March 22, 2007

If you suspected liberals were helpless, clueless, and prone to suffer from anencephaly….put down your Pepsi and get ready to cry or laugh out loud:

No one seems to care about the upcoming attack on the World Trade Center site. Why? Because it won’t involve villains with box cutters. Instead, it will involve melting ice sheets that swell the oceans and turn that particular block of lower Manhattan into an aquarium.

The odds of this happening in the next few decades are better than the odds that a disgruntled Saudi will sneak onto an airplane and detonate a shoe bomb. And yet our government will spend billions of dollars this year to prevent global terrorism and … well, essentially nothing to prevent global warming.

Global warming isn’t trying to kill us, and that’s a shame. If climate change had been visited on us by a brutal dictator or an evil empire, the war on warming would be this nation’s top priority.

The author of the above ‘loon-er landscape’ is a Harvard professor- I kid you NOT. So…this is what liberalism has become: cognitive dysentery. And they are teaching our youth.


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Oh No!!!

Posted by zaphriel on March 22, 2007

Here we go again.

London-based forecaster Tropical Storm Risk on Tuesday said the six-month season, which begins on June 1, was expected to bring 17 tropical storms, of which nine will strengthen into hurricanes with winds of at least 74 miles per hour.

Four of those are expected to become more destructive “intense” hurricanes, TSR said.

Just like last year. …

The long-term average for the Atlantic is for 10 storms to form during the hurricane season and for six of those to reach hurricane strength.

The United States emerged unscathed from the 2006 season after it spawned a below-average nine storms, of which five became hurricanes. Experts had universally — and erroneously — predicted 2006 would be a busy year for Atlantic storms.

Oh Yeah … That’s right … Weather is unpredictable and complex. Funny how that is.

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