1935 : Burning The Dead After The Most Powerful Hurricane In US History

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Experts say that hurricanes are getting more intense due to increasing CO2. At some point they may even become as intense as they were 75 years ago, when CO2 was 310 ppm.

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8 Responses to 1935 : Burning The Dead After The Most Powerful Hurricane In US History

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    Those were happy hurricanes back then, in perfect harmony with nature, with less input from evil straight, white males.

  2. Blade says:

    Amazing article.

    It states that 36 of them were WWI veterans (note the terminology: World War veterans) who died while still in rehabilitation, 20 years later. They survived the Great War and the wicked Influenza only to perish at home recovering from their service. How very sad.

    Although 75 years too late, I salute them all.

  3. Latitude says:

    …it went right over our house

    I grew up with relatives telling me all about it.

    What’s amazing is that all of the bridge piles are still standing today.

  4. Man, the 30’s were was one f*#%*d decade in America.

  5. Superb web-site sincerely, Devora Kromm

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