1970 Cyclone Killed 300,000 People And Had A 35 Foot Storm Surge

Bloomberg says that the 12 foot storm surge from Sandy proves global warming.

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The Bhola Cyclone of November 11, 1970 in the Bay of Bengal, approaching Bangladesh. The 34.8 foot (10.6 meter) storm surge caused the highest tropical cyclone death toll in history, 300,000 – 550,000.

World storm surge records | Weather Underground

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Daytona Beach Sunday News-Journal - Nov 16, 1970

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One Response to 1970 Cyclone Killed 300,000 People And Had A 35 Foot Storm Surge

  1. LT says:

    Those events were not due to global warming since the level of CO2 was much lower. ;-)

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