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CNBC Weather Guy Says Galveston Landfall Would Be "Incomprehensible"

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/21/2005 08:05 AM
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CNBC Weather Guy Says Galveston Landfall Would Be "Incomprehensible"
weather guy on CNBC, Joe, talking about the effects if this storm Rita hits Galveston, the damage and the results would be "incomprehensible".

Oil headed back up again today
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09/21/2005 08:07 AM
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09/21/2005 08:10 AM
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Blullshit they are already spinning,

it hit the keys as bearly a CAT 1.

And they did not expect Cat 4 until landfall and that was only a remote possiblity according to the models.

Weather manipulation is going on and its not harrp!!
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09/21/2005 10:12 AM
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Re: CNBC Weather Guy Says Galveston Landfall Would Be "Incomprehensible"
Way back in the late 70īs early 80īs the Rissian premier said they had developed an incredible weapon that did not use ammunition---

SOOOOO if this storm--on its east side continues the devastation where Katrina stopped???????--Or look at it this way Mother Mature has attacked the USA.. Many threads on GLP have suggested Houston would be attacked.........

The only blessing to these storms is that they have probably prevented the goverment from widening the war---no money left to go after Syria,Iran.....to much outcry to fix up the homeland first.
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09/21/2005 10:17 AM
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"The only blessing to these storms is that they have probably prevented the goverment from widening the war---no money left to go after Syria,Iran.....to much outcry to fix up the homeland first."

are you kidding? bush blew up a huge deficit in fighting war in iraq. do you think "it costs too much" would stop this madman? he is on a mission--from god--and all his neocon followers will talk the jesus freaks into anything bush tells them.
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09/21/2005 10:24 AM
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Re: CNBC Weather Guy Says Galveston Landfall Would Be "Incomprehensible"
Now every hurricane is caused by a fantastic weather control device?

How can you tell the difference between a īmodifiedī hurricane and a real natural monster (for example, whatīs the difference between the 1900 Galveston hurricane that killed thousands of people and Rita?

So people can theorize about the ability control hurricanes. Fine, but how about we just call you folks who think it is actually being done, and that you could tell the difference anyway idiots and call it a day, huh?
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09/21/2005 12:24 PM
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You canīt tell people to stop being idiots.
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09/21/2005 12:25 PM
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Re: CNBC Weather Guy Says Galveston Landfall Would Be "Incomprehensible"
SHORT ANSWER?
The difference between the 1900 Galveston and the current situation is quite SIMPLY:
105 years of ruthless technology in all fields that aid in the destruction of mankind.





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