CNN : Strongest And Dangerous Storm In History Produced No Major Damage

Being a climate alarmist means never using your brain. Ever. Under any circumstances.

2015-10-24-19-45-22Hurricane Patricia weakens in Mexico; flood threat remains – CNN.com

The storm must have had that special kind of CO2 based energy which doesn’t interact with objects or do damage, unlike this much weaker storm (™CNN) which hit Galveston 115 years ago,

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James Delingpole provided more of the grisly details of Patricia.

2015-10-24-19-55-35 Hurricane Patricia Was A Damp Squib

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24 Responses to CNN : Strongest And Dangerous Storm In History Produced No Major Damage

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for your sense of humor. We will lose the battle if we take these fraudsters seriously. Congratulations!

  2. This post only proves His power. The strongest and most dangerous storm can’t harm those who believe but His patience has limits. He won’t calm the winds and hold the rise of the oceans forever. Repent!

    http://obama-christ.com/index.html

  3. Tom Harley says:

    It was the models that made it up.

  4. Don says:

    But if they had a Category 7 then Patricia was it. Oh, the humanity!

  5. Andy DC says:

    Patricia obviously failed to come close to the media hysteria it created.

  6. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    Sombre mood over in the CNN climate crisis room. Not much to report other than trotting out “The Strogest Hurricane Ever Recordered” line, backed up with close-up imagery of broken glass, twigs and scattered litter.

    L O L.

  7. PeterK says:

    But if I got sand on my burrito just like Conchita Alvarez did and it happened before I had my first bite, this would be the worst hurricane ever!!!

  8. Ernest Bush says:

    In the nineties there was a Category 1 or 2 hurricane headed for Yuma, AZ. The town had a bunch of media types suddenly standing around on corners with a mic hyping the coming catastrophe. Alas, the hurricane went east of us and dropped a ton of rain all the way up to Phoenix. We got enough to make the streets wet for awhile. No saguaros were harmed by the tropical winds and rain. Locals just enjoyed the show, knowing full well that almost all storms up from the Baja area go east of us. We get some rain, but nothing like the soaking the desert east of us gets.

  9. Ernest Bush says:

    BTW, Joe Bastardi has an excellent Saturday video report explaining all about the hurricane that wasn’t by the time the eye made landfall.

  10. wert says:

    This just proves Louisiana is a corrupt mafia-littered development country, and Mexico not.

  11. smamarver says:

    Patricia seems to be, at least partially, the result of some alarmists, many of them calling it “the strongest ever”…. How come doesn’t anyone speaks about the exceptional cyclone that hit California in 1939? A serious El Nino was also active in that time, but the phenomenon was not seriously investigated, probably due to the lack of data and information. Still, for those interested in these phenomenons, here are some facts found online: http://www.ocean-climate-law.com/12/arch/18a.html.

    • gregole says:

      Interesting link – and even though I had lived in California for some time, never heard of the 1939 cyclone.

    • DD More says:

      Smamarver, some of us also remember the Columbus Day Storm, 1962

      Nearly half a century after it ripped through the Pacific Northwest, people still talk about the Columbus Day storm of 1962 – and with good reason.

      With wind gusts measured at 145 miles per hour – and peak velocity that may have reached as high as 175 mph, the storm demolished trees, homes and lives. As many as 46 deaths were attributed to the storm, and hundreds of Oregonians were injured, making it the second deadliest weather event in the state’s history.
      Some people have called it the perfect storm, but in truth, it was three separate storms, says Kathie Dello, deputy director of the Oregon

      “The Columbus Day storm has frequently been labeled as a typhoon, but that is somewhat erroneous,” Dello said. “It was the remnant of a typhoon that became extratropical and hit the West Coast in three waves, but they get lumped together in people’s minds as one event.” https://ceoas.oregonstate.edu/features/columbusdaystorm/

      Patti appears to have caused a lot less damage than this one too.

      • smamarver says:

        Interesting. Nevertheless, kindly check info at:
        http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/enso/tropstorm.nws
        “NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OXNARD CA 1105 PM PDT TUE SEP 24 1997
        1…YEARS WITH MULTIPLE TROPICAL CYCLONES THAT HAVE AFFECTED SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THIS CENTURY…
        [October 1962 is not mentioned]
        3…ONLY THREE TROPICAL CYCLONES HAVE REACHED THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES AT TROPICAL STORM FORCE…ONE IN COASTAL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND THE OTHER TWO IN ARIZONA. NONE HAVE REACHED THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES AT HURRICANE FORCE. LISTED BELOW IS A SUMMARY OF THE EFFECTS OF THESE STORMS ON SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
        __September 1939
        __OCTOBER 1972…
        __SEPTEMBER 1976…
        The Link tells more.

  12. “Strongest And Dangerous Storm In History Produced No Major Damage”

    WRONG!!

    Major damage has been done to the climate extremist cause … because without extreme climate it’s difficult to push the climate extremist religion.

  13. ElCrustace says:

    It’s quite worrying that nowadays news come up before the event, and there is almost no one to report the facts afterward. Patricia will remain in history as “the worst hurricane at the time” despite no reports of severe damages caused by the wind. And if you try to prove that there were no such historical winds, you will have to manage with non existent weather records, strangely missing when the hurricane hit. The videos I saw on youtube, manzanillo during landfall, show a strong wind but not enough to forbid people to stand up. I’m guessing what the next step : a non existent hurricane, fakes radars reports and pictures ? “Cat 6 hurricane produced no major hurricane, some clouds has been reported. Tourists angry for the shadow”

  14. gator69 says:

    Never Forget

  15. rebelronin says:

    But …but
    it was just that it hit the coast and there were MOUNTAINS!
    it COULD have been the the worst storm EVER
    ‘cept for geography and physics messing up a good thing
    we need terrible disasters to prove climate change in order to save us all from the terrible disaster of climate change
    stop denying what COULD be true
    you denialists!

  16. Barbara says:

    rebelronen: You almost convince me, but I think I’ll stick with being a denier (of nonsensical science by criminal charlatans)!

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