1972 Global Cooling Flood Killed 238 People In South Dakota

On June 9, 1972 at the peak of the global cooling scare, Rapid City SD received 15 inches of rain in four hours. This produced a massive flash flood which killed 238 people and wrecked thousands of homes.

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Obama says floods are getting worse now, because (like so many other things) he has absolutely no idea what he is talking about.

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3 Responses to 1972 Global Cooling Flood Killed 238 People In South Dakota

  1. gator69 says:

    Don’t blame Skeeter, he’s just reading what his handlers place on the TOTUS.

  2. Andy DC says:

    June 1972 was also the month that produced Hurricane Agnes, which caused truly incredible flooding in the eastern US with over 100 fatalities. Up to 20″ of rain in Pennsylvania.

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