As if on cue, folks have come forward to claim that Hurricane Sandy, and the resulting Frankenstorm, are the result of “Climate Change.” This completely factual fictitious phenomena, of course, is the fault of humans, and, in particular, ones that live in western countries that have a capitalistic system. So, it should not be a surprise when the story came from the completely unbiased NPR (National Progressive Radio). So, let’s take a look at at least one comment from from midst of the blah-blah… This is not to say progress isn’t being made. One thing that does seem clear is that warmer oceans (a la global warming) mean more […]
As Hurricane Sandy approaches the East Coast, there is word that she is strengthening. Here is more from the NY Times… Forecasters cautioned that the course of the storm could change, but officials from the National Hurricane Center said that it was no longer a question of if the storms would converge — but where and with how much force. Dr. Knabb of the National Hurricane Center said the storm’s intensity was unlikely to change. “The center of circulation is only going to be a very small part of the story,” he said. “This is not just going to be […]
Here is the latest on the projected Frankenstorm impacts. Both are from Accuweather… More as it comes. If you live on the east coast, make some simple preparations. It doesn’t take much. If you don’t and you lose power, you might regret it! Related posts: Frankenstorm: Northeast Braces for Monster Storm Will Irene Sock The US Later This Week? Hurricane Irene Update: 8-26-11 October Nor-Easter Update: 2.5 million without power Third Presidential Debate Live Feed: October 22, 2012 Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.
At the time of this writing, tens of millions of Americans are bracing for an potentially powerful combination of a winter storm with hurricane Sandy, labeled “Frankenstorm.” Here are some excerpts and video… From Jesse Ferrell of Accuweather… I said on my WeatherMatrix Facebook Page last night: “The weather hasn’t ‘scared’ me for a long time, but what I’m seeing tonight on the forecast models, and the seriousness with which I’m seeing famous meteorologists discuss next week’s historic storm, has gotten me a little worried. If you live in any STATE on the East Coast, it’s time to think about preparing for […]