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Originally posted by cmsquare cmsquare wrote:

I read them all.  I'd still like to talk about chem trails and tower 7 falling at free fall speed.

Anyone?  Anyone?

If you don't want me to reply then don't say something directed at me. 
 
So, did you chew your nails down to little nubs, anxiously waiting to be able to get in here and post that? LOL!
 
I have nothing to add to a conversation about Tower 7.  However, I noticed some lovely chemtrails, just this morning.  My son and I tried to find some little cloud animals, as we played outside, to no avail.  It was a big bummer.
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God had the Yankees in the Universal Pool. He hates losing so NY had to pay. New Jersey was either collateral damage or an attempt to rid us of Snooki and JWOWW once and for all...
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Hate to break it to you but global warming is the biggest hoax.  Blaming Sandy on GW is just crazy! In the 50's and even earlier in history we had powerful storms hit the US. Remember hurricane Hugo? Camile? 1900 Galveston Storm? Hurricane Andrew?  I could go on here but none of these storms took place during the global warming era. Each of these storms were as bad if not worse then Sandy and Katrina.... < ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">
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Originally posted by Animal1993 Animal1993 wrote:

Originally posted by cmsquare cmsquare wrote:

I read them all.  I'd still like to talk about chem trails and tower 7 falling at free fall speed.

Anyone?  Anyone?

If you don't want me to reply then don't say something directed at me. 
 
So, did you chew your nails down to little nubs, anxiously waiting to be able to get in here and post that? LOL!
 
I have nothing to add to a conversation about Tower 7.  However, I noticed some lovely chemtrails, just this morning.  My son and I tried to find some little cloud animals, as we played outside, to no avail.  It was a big bummer.




No. 

I posted it yesterday shortly after Noon and then went about the rest of my day.  I haven't thought about you or this post since then.  I did see some chem trails on my way home from Home Depot though.  Uh Oh.....
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Originally posted by ClarkWestern1 ClarkWestern1 wrote:

God had the Yankees in the Universal Pool. He hates losing so NY had to pay. New Jersey was either collateral damage or an attempt to rid us of Snooki and JWOWW once and for all...


If you bet on that Yankee team you deserved to lose.

besides...The TV Show Jersey shore is cancelled and none of those idiots actually live in NJ anyway; though I do think a few live in Staten Island so it's not like they dodged it I suppose.

Let's get back to tower 7.  Did you hear the booms just before it fell???




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Originally posted by Ursosju25 Ursosju25 wrote:

Hate to break it to you but global warming is the biggest hoax.  Blaming Sandy on GW is just crazy! In the 50's and even earlier in history we had powerful storms hit the US. Remember hurricane Hugo? Camile? 1900 Galveston Storm? Hurricane Andrew?  I could go on here but none of these storms took place during the global warming era. Each of these storms were as bad if not worse then Sandy and Katrina.... < ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">
 
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Hurricanes are seasonal.  Don't build on the ocean and not be prepared for the risk involved.  How can you be surprised that boardwalks, businesses, homes, schools are destroyed when they are built in high risk areas?  That applies to the infrastructure inland from these low lying areas.  It is safe to assume that if your low lying coastal areas are destroyed, the inland areas will also be affected.  Quit building in high risk areas.

It is awful that there is much suffering as a result of Sandy.  So we answer the call.  But part of that response should be a loud and clear - don't rebuild in areas that one year or five years from now could deal with the same human tragedy again.  



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So you think Staten Island should just remain as is?  Don't rebuild it?

Do you have any idea how many people are you talking about..and that's just one area.

It's not like these people built a mansion on the side of a cliff in malibu.


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Residents on the Ohio River in Indiana were not able to rebuild their homes after flooding.  It became ridiculous.  FEMA was coming in almost yearly and providing recovery funds for the poor people who lost their homes because the waters rose repeatedly.  

So yes, if you do not have the funds to replace through insurance and/or otherwise, move your stuff.  

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NYC and NJ are not high risk areas. They don't often get hit. 

Second of all, why do you think so many cities and homes and businesses are built in high risk areas on the coast line. Think about all of the cities in the world and where they're located. Nearly every major city has a substantial water source (river, lake, ocean) right next to it. There's a common theme here. You can't just not build in areas where commerce, travel, agriculture (be it marine or otherwise ie: nile river) and other fundamental aspects of the economy are easier and more productive/successful. Not realistic.

Third of all, Urso, you're dead wrong. Global warming is not a hoax. We can quibble about the speed of it, the impact of it, the causes behind it.... but there is SUBSTANTIAL and OVERWHELMING evidence that the Earth is getting warmer (be it surface or ocean temperature). I said earlier that I caution tying single events in an extraordinary complex system to be the result of something like global warming. It's like saying on an abnormally cold day in the summer that global warming couldn't exist because it's cold that day. It's pretty silly to do that.

So I don't know if Sandy was caused by the Earth warming and until there is a trend of these types of storms I don't think anyone can possibly know. But the Earth is warming and that's irrefutable. There are very very very few scientists in the world today who doubt this. Some of those who originally doubted it have now come back and said that they were wrong and the Earth is warming.
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Originally posted by mom4kids mom4kids wrote:

Residents on the Ohio River in Indiana were not able to rebuild their homes after flooding.  It became ridiculous.  FEMA was coming in almost yearly and providing recovery funds for the poor people who lost their homes because the waters rose repeatedly.  

So yes, if you do not have the funds to replace through insurance and/or otherwise, move your stuff.  



Since when does New York City flood   "weekly"

I get the flood basin of the Ohio River. That isn't what we are talking about here.

Comparing NYC to the home on the base of the Ohio river?  Really?

I don't think you have any appreciation for the density of population we are talking about here.


Edit:  Thanks for saying much of the same Matt.  I wasn't even going to bite off the global warming part.  There plenty of things that a majority of scientists around the world agree on that many people in the middle of this country just don't believe are true.  Science Smyience.  LOL

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I wonder what the wooley mammoth thought about global warming?
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The experts once warned of the inherent dangers of building on the coasts, seemingly uncontrolled on a regular basis, but those warnings were ignored and logic, as in so many areas of our society, was shunned. And who can blame them, as the burden for personal stupidity was shifted, from the the bad decision maker, to the backs of the taxpayers, and their actions were rewarded.  Man has yet to engineer anything that will stand up to the wrath of mother nature, yet we continue to defy logic and the percentages of probability in a failed attempt at doing just that.  

 

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