Romm : Floods Were Impossible Prior to 2010

God forbid these people should ever actually check the historical record to test their theories.

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10 Responses to Romm : Floods Were Impossible Prior to 2010

  1. mkelly says:

    I thought the heat was missing and not accounted for?

  2. Ivan says:

    Damn that ocean heat!

    “In 1927 the Mississippi River overflowed its banks in seven states, displaced thousands of people, and caused the most destructive river flood in the history of the U.S.
    When the rain first started to fall in the summer of 1926, residents in the Mississippi River Basin expected an average weather season, but the rain continued to fall, and after awhile, it seemed it would never stop. Eventually, these rains caused floods of Biblical proportions, displacing hundreds of thousands of residents and destroying crops and farms.”
    ~6 Feb 2010

  3. Al Gored says:

    It defies common sense to overlook alink that does not exist… in AGW Land.

    I assume the increasing number of videos of cats playing the piano is also related to this missing heat.

    • Mohatdebos says:

      Someone needs to point out that more rain and snow are signs of cooling (reversal from a warming trend). If I recall right from history, the start of the LIA was marked by rain, floods, and massive crop losses.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    What about March 1936, where the were massive floods along nearly every river from Virginia to Maine?

    • Mike Davis says:

      That was in Prehistoric Times before the IPCC! so it does not count!

    • Luke of the D says:

      That was before that gas that’s made of those two oxygen atoms bonded to that eeeevil carbon atom started to climb… so logically those floods were caused by CO2. Clearly…

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