New York Had Five Major Hurricanes Below 350 PPM

No one is forecasting that Irene will be a major hurricane when it hits New York. It is barely a major hurricane now. McKibben is completely FOS.

http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/hurdat/ushurrlist18512009.txt

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5 Responses to New York Had Five Major Hurricanes Below 350 PPM

  1. Blade says:

    Steve, Here is a story you might want to cover …

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904787404576530520471223268.html

    “Federal agents swooped in on Gibson Guitar Wednesday, raiding factories and offices in Memphis and Nashville, seizing several pallets of wood, electronic files and guitars.

    It isn’t just Gibson that is sweating. Musicians who play vintage guitars and other instruments made of environmentally protected materials are worried the authorities may be coming for them next.”

  2. Blade says:

    Here is a possibly great news story, one that Lubos just mentioned at his site. I like his description …

    “Solve Climate News informs the readers that Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla) has introduced the motion to search and destroy the financial flows from the U.S. federal budget to the wallets of AGW parasites and fraudsters.

    The idea is that they will look for the “climate change” keyword and ax any line items with this keyword.”

    http://solveclimatenews.com/news/20110825/ipcc-unfccc-climate-change-house-republicans-budget-appropriations-state-department

  3. David says:

    Just imagine if Obama had proposed in his stimulus legislation that major flood control prevetion work would be undertaken. I think the Republican party would have paid a heavy price for opposing it. However, he didn’t propose any such plans. His big spending plans were to keep teachers and other government employees from suffering from the big recession and he proposed major legislation on climate change and idiotic projects such as the Mass Transit Tunnel and high speed rail.

    In summary, a mininal amount of the spending was directed toward flood control and hurricanes even though everyone knew that one day, the New York/New Jersey area would get hit by a hurricane.

    The Japanese spent billions on preventing global warming and what did it get them-more nuclear reactors. Did that work out well? The problem with spending these multiple billions on global warrming is that real problems are short changed.

    • John Marshall says:

      I don’t think that the Japanese built nuclear plants for climate mitigation but because Japan has no coal or oil. It was the sensible choice at the time to satisfy an increasing energy requirement.
      The Japanese nuclear problem was not caused by the earthquake. The reactor at Fukishima shut down as designed to a safe level. It wa the tsunami that caused the problem since he sea wall was not tall enough.

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