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Latest on The Myth of More Severe Storms

Radical environmentalists continue to claim that CO2 emissions cause climate change and that global warming, aka, climate change, will bring more severe storms.

Every year, the facts prove them wrong. 810 more words

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Storms and Floods

Tropical Storms – Roundup of Tropical Storms:

In the North Indian Ocean: Tropical cyclone (tc) 05b (Vardah), located approximately 990 km SE of Visakhapatnam, 1090 km ESE of Machilipatnam and 250 km WNW of Port Blair is tracking northwestward at 04 knots. 169 more words

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Beneath a Meth Moon by Jacqueline Woodson

This book will make you cry. First Hurricane Katrina, then death of her grandmother and mother. Then falls in love, falls hard for T-Boom, a meth addict. 91 more words

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How to stay safe when Charleston floods

Whether it’s a Hurricane Hugo situation or just a Category 2 storm like Hurricane Matthew, Charleston is guaranteed to flood.

With age-old irrigation systems and half the city barely above sea level, it’s good to know the do’s and dont’s for this year’s storm season. 23 more words

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To rebuild or become resilient: a discussion on Southern Haiti's hurricanes

Just recently this year, in October, southwestern Haiti was recently hit by Hurricane Matthew, which killed more than 1,000 people. Hurricane Matthew’s effect on Haiti was severely underrepresented in the media. 453 more words

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Around the world with Summit Voice

Links to our climate and international news reporting …

By Bob Berwyn

Not as much content as usual on Summit Voice this week, but that’s because we were busy reporting elsewhere, with a few noteworthy stories. 231 more words

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Hurricane Season Just Ended, Weather Keeps On Going

December 3, 2016: Torrential rains in San Leon today, I am guessing probably 6-7 inches since mid-night and it is still coming down. Tropical force winds before and during some of the rain. 155 more words