What If This Happened Now?

In September 1961, Obama was one month old.

During that month, Texas was hit by hurricane Carla – considered by some to be the most intense storm to ever hit the US. At the same time, Ireland was hit by Hurricane Debbie. And a few days later New England was hit by Hurricane Esther.

If this happened now, Obama would say it was unprecedented.

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9 Responses to What If This Happened Now?

  1. Morgan says:

    You can’t say Carla was a strong hurricane. Don’t you know hurricanes are measured by damage in dollars (and please don’t adjust for inflation) and number of deaths (and please don’t adjust for changes in population)? The strongest hurricanes in history all happened in the past decade. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

  2. jeremyp99 says:

    Twunt Obama was born on my tenth birthday. What did I do to deserve *that* birthday present.

  3. Send Al to the Pole says:

    I see that the climate faithful have elevated Katrina, a CAT 3, above Andrew, a CAT 5, – for “intensity”. They even claim the pressure was lower. It would be nice to get the skinny from Bastardi on what the numbers really were.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    On this day, May 10, 1953 four F4 Tornadoes hit Wisconsin and kill 3 people injuring many others.

    Click to access Cli19DayInHistory.pdf

    Page 11.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    July 1936 – 5000 Americans did in a few days during the heatwaves.
    Record breaking temperatures set in much of America.

    Click to access Cli19DayInHistory.pdf

    Page 23

  6. Andy Oz says:

    More low- carbon dioxide induced disasters

    May 11
    􏰀 In 1967, New Hampton, IA (2.97″, wettest May day) rain.
    􏰀 In 1937, a barn and other farm buildings were destroyed by an F2 tornado near Rudd, IA. Damage estimated at $10,000.

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