Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Deja Vu

Hurricane Rita becomes third most intense hurricane. Somehow I don't think that two catagory 5 hurricanes within a couple of weeks is coincidental. Is global warming the reason? We still have over two months of Hurrican season left, I believe.

At least this time we will be prepared, right?

Good luck to everyone out there...

5 Comments:

Blogger Matthew said...

I stumbled into your blog via the "next blog" button and had to comment on this post. I was thinking the same thing a few days ago. This year, Cave Creek Arizona has had more then a foot of rain! Phoenix got down to about 65 degrees at one point in July. These anamolies were almost unheard of to me. The climate is changing my friend and it seems only Hollywood cares enough to take note of it. Sorry for the rant. Compliments on the rest of your material. Good job.

7:04 PM, September 21, 2005  
Anonymous I Am said...

It's been bothering me the way people are using the phrase "global warming" the way they use UFO. Everyone believes in UFOs. They're just Unidentified Flying Objects. It doesn't mean they're alien spacecraft. Similarly, global warming IS happening. Just look at the data. That doesn't mean it's necessarily significant or caused by human activities. It doesn't mean it won't reverse next year. It's just warming right now. I'm not saying these connected items aren't true. I'm just saying that they're not included in the phrase "global warming."

That said, from what we know of how hurricanes work, I think it's a pretty good bet that warmer water from global warming is at least partially responsible for the recent severe storms.

9:45 PM, September 21, 2005  
Blogger Pyro_Shark said...

Good point I AM. Last I checked, we were still recovering from the last ice age, the planet is naturally heating up, though humans might have been accelerating the process.

And thanks for visting Matthew.

3:53 PM, September 22, 2005  
Blogger Bobkul said...

Some environmental researchers are finding that with the water after the storm in New Orleans not moving, there is no oxygen at the bottom. This doesn't matter right now because there are no animals living there, but once it gets pumped into the lake, with all the pollutants it has and low oxygen levels, who knows what will happen to the lake. The thing they say is needed is another storm.

Ironic, huh?

5:44 PM, September 22, 2005  
Blogger alpha_gamma said...

Global warming caused by humans is such BS, humans cannot affect the enviorment that much in the space of less than 100 years. And if we are, the earth will correct itself, such as the hole in the ozone, the earth will fill it in.

7:30 PM, October 03, 2005  

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