Daily Archives: November 18, 2013

US Tornado Deaths In Sharp Decline

The number of tornado deaths in the US is about one fifth of what is was in the 1920’s. US Annual Tornado Death Tolls, 1875-present – NOAA Weather Partners Advertisements

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Another Climate Change Victim

I had two flights cancelled yesterday due to climate change, and will miss my meeting this morning in Ontario as a result. I am very upset about this because President Obama healed the planet five years ago.

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Understanding Affirmative Action

Bill Clinton lied about something minor involving one other person, and got impeached. Barack Obama told repeated  lies which deeply affected every person in America, and the press talks about how to “rehabilitate” his career. . He could start shoveling … Continue reading

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Southwest Permanent Drought Update

Two years ago, Romm announced the official start of the permanent drought in the southwest, and a few weeks ago the LA Times announced that New Mexico would never recover from the drought – about a week before New Mexico flooded. 10-Day … Continue reading

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November 1892 Tornado Killed A Large Number Of People In The Midwest

23 Nov 1892 – A TORNADO. LONDON, November 19.

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November, 1992 Tornado Outbreak

I’m stuck at the Philadelphia airport because of tornadoes in Chicago and Buffalo today. Ellensburg Daily Record – Nov 23, 1992 Ellensburg Daily Record – Google News Archive Search

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