McKitten Hoping For A Huge Disaster Next Week

He is all atwittered with excitement about the prospect of Sandy causing lots of misery.  Bill has been heartbroken ever since Isaac didn’t wipe out Tampa.

(3) Bill McKibben (billmckibben) on Twitter

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13 Responses to McKitten Hoping For A Huge Disaster Next Week

  1. Chewer says:

    Never mind the SST dips way below the needed 26 C (for cyclonic flow & uplift) around Cape Hatteras.

  2. Sundance says:

    Grist has an article by some clown who suggests this is god’s punshment for ignoring his delusions. Remember when idiots suggested that tornadoes in the South were god’s way of punishing red state deniers? This is the mentality that pledges their allegiance to BM/350.

  3. leftinbrooklyn says:

    C’mon…’Frankenstorms’ HAVE to be unprecedented….cuz like, the record keeping of 0.000003125% of our planet’s history MUST be accurate!

    They couldn’t put anything on Twitter that wasn’t true.

  4. Ivan says:

    Clearly this sort of thing has been going on for years:
    Britain’s worst midwife is struck off after dropping a baby on its head
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2156069/Britains-worst-midwife-struck-dropping-baby-head-nearly-electrocuting-mother-birthing-pool-plugging-monitor-mains.html

  5. An on camera Meteorologist on TWC, suggest today that ‘in recent years we have seen High Pressures (unparalleled number) setting up in the NE, according to “Stu Ostro”, but you can make your own conclusion as to why’. (TWC Global Warming hit)

  6. nigelf says:

    McKibben seems to be getting a real woody over Sandy, funny to watch.

  7. Peter Yates says:

    Who could forget the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962? … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ash_Wednesday_Storm_of_1962 … “It was considered by the U.S. Geological Survey to be one of the most destructive storms ever to affect the mid-Atlantic states.” … “The massive storm was caused by an unusual combination of three pressure areas …”. … Big, potentially destructive storms sometimes do happen. On a geological scale they are relatively common. Welcome to the planet we call Earth.

  8. Blade says:

    God Damn, these McKibben quotes should be all that is needed to get him psychological help.

    NWS met in WaPo ‘Never seen anything like this and at a loss for expletives to describe what this storm could do.

    Sandy may be unprecedented in East Coast history’.

    Sandy a Frankenstorm cuz like our drought and heat this year, she’s stitched together from the natural and the unnatural.

    Almost exactly one year ago winter started early with massive destruction from 8 inches of global warming. Not too far away they got 24 inches. That word ‘unprecedented’ does not mean what they think it means.

  9. Andy DC says:

    There are going to be a certain number of extreme or damaging weather events during the course of every year. The only difference between now and the past is all the annoying hyperventilation on the part of climate creeps who are desperate to foist their agenda. I just hope this stupid Sandy nonsense does not get Obama re-elected.

    The record for length of years without a major hurricane will still be intact. I doubt if there will be anything close to sustained hurricane force winds on land with Sandy. This hurricane season will still be a pussy cat compared to many seasons in the past.

  10. kirkmyers says:

    MicKibben, of course, will blame human-induced CO2, which constitutes 0.117 percent ot the so-called “greenhouse effect,” for the emergence of a large, late-season hurricane that hit the East Coast.

    He will ignore the highly unusual atmopsheric synoptics (jet stream pattern, approaching strong cold front and blocking Labrador high pressure system) that are the major meterological components influencing Sandy’s size and path.

  11. Beale says:

    It got worse when Irene failed to flood Manhattan.

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