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Drew Sheneman

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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    It’s kinda’ funny watching those morons out standing in the wind and rain, telling folks to “be smart”! But, this isn’t a storm, and there’s no flooding whatsoever, it’s just a myth spread by Al Gore!

  2. Ketira shena Pretarasedrin

    Ketira shena Pretarasedrin said, almost 4 years ago


    And you’re full of it. I felt the outer bands of that STORM, although it was 200 miles out, it did damage to our Beaches. We Floridians take such phenomena very seriously because we know what damage it can do. Do yourself a favor, boy: go use the “images” section of your favorite search engine, and search for “Hurricane Andrew”. You will see for yourself what such a “myth” can do as it wiped a whole town RIGHT OFF THE MAP.
    Besides, such “morons” are paid to stand out there. It’s part of their job. So STFU unless you’ve been through one.
    Besides, it’s been dubbed the “Frankenstorm”, not “Stormocaplypse”….

  3. Robert Landers

    Robert Landers said, almost 4 years ago

    It IS a part of Global Rapid Climate Change. There are going to be more and more violent and destructive storms as the climate changes more and more rapidly
    Even worse, this is quite certainly going to happen regardless of just what we as humanity do about it. It is most probably already too late to stop it, but just perhaps if we can get those such as yourself out of the way, we can have do something positive about the affects!!

    But for those non science types such as yourself, perhaps you had better learn to breath better…..underwater!!

  4. omQ R

    omQ R said, almost 4 years ago

    Good luck with that.

  5. Respectful Troll

    Respectful Troll said, almost 4 years ago

    One of these days, I fear we might see the live, on air death, of a reporter doing a live shot during a storm.

  6. neuturn

    neuturn said, almost 4 years ago

    @Robert Landers

    Whatever!! You can’t blame the cycle of weather on people the way you do. This kind of thing has been occuring throughout the ages. Read the stories of the accounts of prior storms dating back through the centuries. We were not causing the issues you speak of in the early 1900’s.


    How likely is it that global warming will trigger abrupt climate change?

    Global warming will increase precipitation, river run-off, melting of the Greenland ice sheet, and melting of polar sea ice, all of which will increase the amount of fresh water flowing into the critical deep-water formation areas by Greenland. In the 2007 IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Summary for Policymakers (PDF File) it states that, based on current model simulations, it is very likely (90-99% confidence) that the meridional overturning circulation (MOC) of the Atlantic Ocean will slow down during the 21st century. It also confirms the scientific consensus that is very unlikely the MOC will undergo a large abrupt transition during this century. Today’s science is such that any long-term assessments of the MOC cannot be made with confidence. A 2012 paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences used computer modeling to show that abrupt climate events in the past occurred as a result of a change in ocean currents due to the Bering Strait closing off because of low sea levels. The Bering Strait is the 50-mile-wide gap that separates Siberia from Alaska. “As long as the Bering Strait remains open,” said lead author Aixue Hu, a climate modeler at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), in a telephone interview posted at Climate Central, “we will not see an abrupt climate event.” With global sea levels rising due to melting icecaps, closure of the Bering Strait is not likely in the forseeable future.

  7. MurphyHerself

    MurphyHerself said, almost 4 years ago

    Just wish the darn thing had come further west—we need some of that rain.

  8. I Play One On TV

    I Play One On TV said, almost 4 years ago

    It’s funny how people who have no faith in science don’t seem to have a problem with an invisible, all-knowing supreme being who is everywhere all the time and has created a hell for us, even though he loves all of us.
    Refusal to believe in science does not negate its existence.
    Stupidity is a condition. Ignorance is a choice.

  9. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Irene and now Sandy, perfectly match what the Climate change models have been predicting for some time now, and there’s more to come.

    Which! MItt wants to “privatize” FEMA, or take it away, brilliant move moron! Now as to not FEMA, but “Homeland Security”- be it noted that “W” ADDED THRITY THREE NEW AGENCIES to create “Homeland Security” and “shrink? government”. All the trillions wasted on that growth in “security” is bin Laden’s greatest success, far costlier to our civil rights, and economy than the damage on 9/11. He was smarter than we thunk!

  10. Rockngolfer

    Rockngolfer said, almost 4 years ago


    I think Mitt changed his mind about privitizing FEMA, just like every other issue that he has given an opinion on, he changed it.

  11. Ketira shena Pretarasedrin

    Ketira shena Pretarasedrin said, almost 4 years ago

    That’s hard for me to do when it’s print,, Canuk. I go by body language & tonal inclanation, which can’t be conveyed well in print.

  12. Ketira shena Pretarasedrin

    Ketira shena Pretarasedrin said, almost 4 years ago

    Well, it was those Nordics and their pronunciation! ; ) After all, they came here with their tales of “Sinter Klaus”….

  13. Ketira shena Pretarasedrin

    Ketira shena Pretarasedrin said, almost 4 years ago

    @I Play One On TV

    Um… I’m scientific when the need calls for it, but I also believe in a Supreme Power as well. I’m not alone; many Pagans are also like me. Just because the one exists doesn’t mean that the other can’t exist as well.

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