Today’s “Joaquin Is All About Hotcoldwetdry”

I’m still rather surprised that there are not that many, but, then, I’ve noticed a significant decrease on Twitter of tweets mentioning “climate change” or #climatechange. Here’s a few choice ones

Plenty more, but, let’s end with this one, which is about everything

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5 Responses to “Today’s “Joaquin Is All About Hotcoldwetdry””

  1. jl says:

    I like professor Ben’s comment “How many more do we need?” Well, clueless Ben, seeing as this is the first one in a long time (of course contrary to the astrologer’s tarot cards) you may need many more.

  2. captainfish says:

    Question: How is this storm’s rainfall “historic” when it hasn’t even gotten near the US coastline?

    And,… isn’t Sept/October prime season for hurricanes? How is this unusual?

    What is unusual is the dearth of hurricanes over the last 10 years.

  3. ruralcounsel says:

    Like NY/NJ never got hit by storms before 1800. What a maroon!

  4. Blick says:

    Evolution requires climate change to create conditions for adaptations to occur. To limit climate change is to deny species the opportunity to evolve.

  5. captanfish says:

    People are hyperventilating over what MIGHT happen on the east coast, but hardly any news about the severe damage being done to the Bahamas and Caribbean Islands right now.

    The storm is just sitting and spinning in one spot. The people under that storm are faced with a very deadly, devastating storm. But, we are being told that the RAINS that might happen next week are historic. So.. we have to freak out over that. Cuz… Global Warming is man’s fault.

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