My Pee-Reviewed Missing Heat Study

Heat has been diving undetected to the bottom of the ocean, at a rate of millions of nuclear bombs per day. This missing heat at the bottom of the sea, shares a strange tele-connection with the troposphere (through the ethers) which causes it to rain harder on land than it did in 1937. The exact mechanism is not fully understood yet, and requires another $10 million grant.

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1937 Ohio River flood – before CO2 made hard rain possible.

My dogs pee-reviewed this study, and gave it their mark of approval.

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11 Responses to My Pee-Reviewed Missing Heat Study

  1. _Jim says:

    Cha-ching! Let the grant money pour in.

  2. NavarreAggie says:

    “– before CO2 made hard rain possible.”

    Guess the rains at the end of April here in northwest Florida didn’t get the memo!

    • B says:

      “Listen all! This is the truth of it. Fighting leads to killing, and killing gets to warring. And that was damn near the death of us all. Look at us now! Busted up, and everyone talking about hard rain! But we’ve learned, by the dust of them all… Bartertown learned. Now, when men get to fighting, it happens here! And it finishes here! Two men enter; one man leaves.” -Dr. Dealgood

  3. philjourdan says:

    Pee reviewed and Man approved! :lol:

  4. james johnson says:

    I remember a 19-21 inch rainfall in St. Petersburg Fla. in the middle 1970’s my wife and I kept dry but it was not easy in a 1973 MGB. Marooned on a Very small hill by the gulf of Mexico. The rain lasted about 6-7 hours it was dry by late in the afternoon sand and shell does not hold water very well. Of course a few pets and children went down the storm drains just another day in paradise.

  5. HankH says:

    This missing heat at the bottom of the sea, shares a strange tele-connection with the troposphere (through the ethers)…

    I’ve been trying to get a few of the self professed expert alarmists to explain to me the mechanism of how that tele-connection works. The turnover rate of the thermohaline conveyors is ~600 years so there’s got to be some ethers or phlogiston involved to make the connection so instantaneous.

  6. Dave N says:

    “The exact mechanism is not fully understood yet, and requires another $10 million grant.”

    ..and also requires a tax on carbon [dioxide], all coal fired power plants to be shut down, and for any living creatures (including humans) exhaling CO2 to be exterminated.

  7. Andy DC says:

    In the 1930’s rain was always perfect (sarc).

  8. Tom Harley says:

    Pee’d myself laughing …

  9. ccglea says:

    The picture is of Coney Island amusement park, very near where I live. The 1937 floods were almost as bad as the 1913 floods, although the Ohio was higher in 1937. Also, most high temperature records here are from the 1930’s, at least before NOAA “adjusted” the temperatures. What was causing all the extreme weather in the 30″s?

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