Skip to comments.Spring Is Here.So What Is The "Global Warming Forecast"Regarding Tornadoes&Hurricanes?
Posted on 03/21/2014 5:51:07 PM PDT by Cruz_West_Paul2016
If there was ever a time to question Al Gore regarding how Global Warming will affect the USA this year,anytime before April please!Can you imagine if a cable news anchor asked Al Gore how many Tornadoes and Hurricanes we will likely see this spring and summer?Now this is a complicated "Gotcha Question".Would Al Gore say that because of Global Warming we can expect dozens of F-4/F-5 tornadoes and at least 7 Category 4/5 Hurricanes this year?Or will Al Gore claim that because of Global Warming we will only see two to four F-5 Tornadoes and only one major Hurricane slamming into the east coast.Is it safe to assume that regardless of this years weather events we face this year,they will all be a result of driving SUV's and private jets?
Doesn’t matter: too many storms, global warming. Too few storms, global warming. No storms, global warming.
Al Gore:well,I personnely beleeev that because of Global Warming and those evil Republicans driving those 2 miles per gallon SUV’s that we can expect anywhere from 1 to 36 hurricanes and 2 to 600 Tornadoes throughout the 57 states.
Well, pass some of that global warming right along over here please and get us out of this colder than average winter/spring we’re stuck in.
Ah, Spring Break
:) It’s the time of the year when summer seems like a distant memory.
i cant wait to hear Al Gore come up with a theory that eventually Global Warming will cause commercial airplanes to suddenly vanish into the stratosphere or get eaten up by a global black hole.
Your and me both! LOL!
We’ve had the Romulan Cloaking Device theory and the black hole theory, so what the heck.
I am still waiting to hear the theory that either Godzilla or a giant killer whale took the plane when it was flying at 1000 feet.
Question:How many Langoliers does it take to take down a 777 flying out of Malaysia? Gee, I wonder if Bronson Pinchot was on the flight.
Joe Bastardi’s take on it:
If they hit somewhere else, they are just a statistic. If they hit your home area, one is too many.