World’s Worst Flood

CO2 was 310 ppm, well below Hansen’s safe level of 350 ppm. Death toll was 1,000 times higher than Pakistan this summer.

Apparently environmentalists care about people when politically convenient.

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2 Responses to World’s Worst Flood

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Let me be the first to say: You are again “Cherry Picking”! No evidence of that, but as it will surely come up I wanted to get the claim out of the way. Where is the Peer Reviewed paper that supports your claim? (Of course that was a “Strawman”) but it gets that out of the conversation also.
    I read about the 10 worst floods based on adjusted Dollars and Human deaths but there does not appear to be a trend other than a decline due to increased wealth that allows for better preparedness and better responses to extreme events that nature seems to deliver randomly.
    The larger the flood plain the more chances of having a major flood just like the land changes contributed to most of the damages in Pakistan.

  2. R. de Haan says:

    Keep up the good work.
    These past disasters provide excellent examples and they make alarmists look stupid.
    Don’t let the “cherry picker brigade” bug you.

    In 1931 China was isolated and it was difficult to become any reliable news from that country let alone a solid verification of those news reports that made it to the West.

    That’s one of the reasons why there is such a discrepancy between the minimum-maximum casualty numbers.

    However there is a lot of photo and even film material from this disaster and the Chinese Government made several studies and analysis of the disaster and plans were made for the Three Gorges Project.

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