Airport Tornado Damage Up Since The 19th Century

The St. Louis Airport was damaged by a tornado yesterday. I did some research on Google news archives and can’t find a single incident from the 19th century of an airport being damaged. How do you deniers account for that?

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9 Responses to Airport Tornado Damage Up Since The 19th Century

  1. DERise says:

    Tossing out crap like that, you could get a job working for any Climate related NGO. The MSM would eat that up and run with it!

  2. mikegeo says:

    That tornado had a lot of nerve doing that on Eaarth Day.

  3. chris y says:

    There is more than a 90% probability that, with expert-based proxy down-selection and Mannian statistical analyses, pre-20th century airport damage trends can be teased from tree ring widths or density of fossilized trees located near-

    1. Nazca lines in Peru-
    2. Val Camonica, Italy-
    3. Dogu sculpture in Japan-
    4. Giza plateau in Egypt-
    5. Yamal peninsula, Russia.

    These are well-known locations of ancient ‘airports’, or they have extraordinary teleconnections with ancient ‘airports’.

  4. MikeTheDenier says:

    St Louis, 1876 — Extraterrestrials quoted as saying, “Airports? We don’t need no stinkin airports.”

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    St. Louis has a history of high fatality tornadoes. There was one in May 1896 that killed close to 300, another in 1927 that killed 79 and a 3rd one in 1959 that killed 21. Several others with lesser fatalities.

    So when the warmists go into their predictable hand-wringing about this current tornado, they should be reminded of these figures.

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    Somehow the 1896 tornado missed Lambert Airport.

  7. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Now wait a second, I’m pretty sure there was tornado damage to Leonardo da Vinci’s landing strip.

  8. fred nerk says:

    My pack of Polar Bears don’t need an airport then or now.The global warm-ongers keep telling them the ice is melting HA HA and Polar Bears can’t fly, hysterical who believes this crap.

  9. Puckster says:

    19th century? There were no “stinken aiports” in the 19th century?!

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