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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-19-2005, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Hurricane Wilma

JEBUS!!! 882 mB!! thats the lowest on record in the entire atlantic basin! watch out florida! looks like it might be coming up the east coast by the end of the weekend but most likely with less force.

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post #2 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-19-2005, 02:14 PM
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Re: Hurricane Wilma

man I thought we'd be done with damn 'canes this year. It looks like we might be getting some of it down here as it crosses south florida, hopefully not too bad.

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Re: Hurricane Wilma

here's another with an even longer range forecast....looks like this one might actually make it to the northeast as a hurricane



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I never got those maps when it says "hurricane warning" right under the damn thing. *Why doesn't it just say "hurricane"?

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those islands to the upper right of the eye are the cayman islands...far upper right corner is cuba



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post #7 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-19-2005, 02:42 PM
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does everyone agree that these are acts of nature, or some what man made/created/inflicted..i dont think there all acts of nature, but yet some what inflicted by man..

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[quote author=bookeem link=topic=31860.msg446280#msg446280 date=1129743768]
does everyone agree that these are acts of nature, or some what man made/created/inflicted..i dont think there all acts of nature, but yet some what inflicted by man..
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do you mean that man is actually creating the hurricanes (Dick Cheney is doing it from his underground lair) or that mans effects on climate change have caused them?

If the former, then I would have to say no since I didn't know that they had invented a weather machine yet.* If they have, send it to my favorite ski hills because I could use more powder days.

If you mean the latter, then I would say that it depends.* Some people are saying that global warming is the cause, whereas others are pointing to more natural phenomena such as Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation, which shows a pattern of changes in ocean currents that have caused such bad hurricane years in the past. While I'm not going to suggest that humans have no impact on global climate change, there is plenty of evidence to show that the earth does warm and cool in regular cycles and that we are in the middle of a warming cycle right now in the areas affected by the recent storms.(since 1995 in the Atlanctic, which accounts for the increase in storm activity).

So, are the storms this year cause by man?* I doubt it. The big problem is that the group of people that actually know what they're talking about when it comes to storms is quite small and not very vocal.* The people that get the most air time on the news are the "This is all because of man-made Global Warming!" people because they sell.* Or at least that's my opinion.

edit:* There were 15 named storms in 2004, and 24 so far in 2005.* There were 6 hurricanes with winds of 100MPH or above in 04, and 6 this year (including Wilma).* While there have been more storms, there hasn't been an increase in BIG storms.*In 1950 there were 8 such big storms. Take that for whatever it's worth.
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post #9 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-19-2005, 03:14 PM
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well im pretty sure there is no storm making machines, but as far as these storms all happening on there own i dunno...

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its all bush fault!!!!!








i need to make a few calls to make sure everyone i know in miami is ready.... damn it


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