Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Hurricane Season Heats Up in Bubblicious Florida


Topical Storm Chris threatens bubblicious southern Florida. Lets hope that this one does not strengthen and become a hurricane.

Hurricane Season is Here (June 1, 2006)

5 comments:

  1. waiting for godotAugust 01, 2006 10:21 AM

    OT, but Northern VA Inventories are dropping this week. Had been high and flat, but starting to drop. Could this be the DCB or did the spring season come late?

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  2. neither. happens every month-end as listings expire. watch it climb back up as August drags on.

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  3. Meteorologists are as bad as economists. Not very reliable!

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  4. This time last year we had already had 7 named storms compared to 3 so far. Do this mean we have entered into a period of global cooling? I thought we we supposed to have have even more storms this year! Can Al Gore be wrong? It's science!

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  5. From Newsweek, November 23, 1992, "Return of the Glaciers" by Gregg Easterbrook:

    "Scientists think the next ice age will begin within 2,000 years. One theory suggests the greenhouse effect may even bring it on sooner, making tropical real estate a smart buy."

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