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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
America For Sale
Sold-Out Constituent
09:32 PM on 05/18/2013
No, its just the republican party selling out the world as usual.
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
Franklin Smith
Will Manage Your Offshore Accounts For Food
09:27 PM on 05/18/2013
"...yet another instance of climate-fueled weather. "

Really? I thought weather was fueled by gaseous editorial emissions.
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
America For Sale
Sold-Out Constituent
09:33 PM on 05/18/2013
Think this is bad, try reading some conservative blogs ...

(facts and science right out the window)
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09:22 PM on 05/18/2013
"Yes." (Moving on.)
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09:18 PM on 05/18/2013
There is no global warming.
There is no climate change.
The Bible tells me so.
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
mezz1120
09:25 PM on 05/18/2013
Screw the Bible...FACTS tell us
There is no global warming.
There is no climate change.
09:29 PM on 05/18/2013
Our sense of feeling tells us that the climate is always changing....just today the temperature fluctuated 20 degrees from night to day.
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NTodd
Aude Sapere
09:36 PM on 05/18/2013
Are you referring to "facts" proffered by oil and coal industry funded "think" tanks? You might as well believe the Bible. Your attitude toward science is clear.
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
America For Sale
Sold-Out Constituent
09:34 PM on 05/18/2013
right the fictional text written when they thought the world was flat, good luck with that ...
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drp103
SYSTEM ON
09:17 PM on 05/18/2013
All that new heat energy from warming will be converted into mechanical energy in the form of high winds, tornadoes and hurricanes.

Do you how to get to your crawl space in case a tornado strikes?
09:11 PM on 05/18/2013
So the gist of the article was maybe, maybe not, we need more funds to study? did i miss anything?
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SomebodySpecial
My micro-bio is full of eels
10:35 PM on 05/18/2013
Nope. You didn't miss anything.
09:10 PM on 05/18/2013
I built a new subdivision in the boonies, far from where most people ever go...A tornado came by and OMG!!!!I IT WAS AN ABSOLUTE RECORD STORM FOR THIS LOCATION AND EVERYONE AGREED THEY HAD NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE AND OMG!!!! CLIMATE CHANGE!!!!!
09:20 PM on 05/18/2013
You'll notice that the scientists are saying that they don't actually know if tornadoes are more or less likely than before. That hardly strikes me as what you'd expect given the right-wing conspiracy theory that scientists are grant-addled crazed greenie leftists out to take away your SUV.
10:04 PM on 05/18/2013
Or, it may not be a right wing conspiracy; just a lot of normal everyday folks noticing that the hype doesn't match realtiy
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
Dr Serendip
09:08 PM on 05/18/2013
Is it climate change or geoengineering? I am not saying that climate change is not real, nor am I saying the human activity is not a contributing factor. Frankly it does not matter if human activity can through change alter the direction of climate change. What I do wonder is how much of the extreme weather effects are actually caused by the geoengineering that is happening. Also, if you think this is just "conspiracy theory" stuff ask yourself why they would sign a treaty agreeing not to influence weather in another county, if it was not possible. Was the last tornado a result of man's attempt to control the weather? Was last years drought in the midwest a result of spraying in the atmosphere? How much money was made on hedges against crop failure? Follow the money!
09:03 PM on 05/18/2013
Yah think climate change might have something to do with this? No kidding.
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marshhen
Northern by birth, southern by choice
09:02 PM on 05/18/2013
No. This piece is a farce.
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Roshi98
Age quod agis
09:10 PM on 05/18/2013
Uh, this story basically says that there isn't enough data or computer power to know if tornado strength is connected to climate change. Plus there are all sorts of factors like the gaps in the observational record and so forth.

You didn't actually read this piece, did you.
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marshhen
Northern by birth, southern by choice
10:05 AM on 05/19/2013
No.. Why? Because there is conclusive evidence that tornadic activity is at a 30-50 year low.
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mrcongeniality
weplaybarmitzvahs&gaybars
08:59 PM on 05/18/2013
No.
08:57 PM on 05/18/2013
For the last 12 months, the number of tornadoes is the lowest in 50 years.
09:03 PM on 05/18/2013
It's not the number, it's the size and duration on the ground.
09:07 PM on 05/18/2013
And there it is...The qualifier about why less is more...Geez you cultists are desperate
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09:09 PM on 05/18/2013
funniest post of the day. maybe they spin faster too
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HUFFPOST SUPER USER
Roshi98
Age quod agis
09:12 PM on 05/18/2013
Please read the article. The scientists are saying that the observational record has huge gaps and that understanding of tornadoes is very limited at present, so no assumptions can be made. Correlation is not causation, in other words. This is the case with most weather events - they don't often leave any kind of discernible record if people don't see or report them.
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artleads
Let's have a national retreat.
08:31 PM on 05/18/2013
Hey, another good reason to keep digging the same hole deeper!