A Few Low CO2 Natural Disasters: Extreme weather was not lower in good old days of low CO2


By: - Climate DepotSeptember 10, 2017 8:33 AM

A Few Low CO2 Natural Disasters

The world’s stupidest people (who run the US government) want you to believe that life was happy and stable in the good old days of low CO2

That leaves one thing capable of contributing to global warming – a process that reduces the amount of heat energy leaving the atmosphere. Since the earth’s energy balance remains stable without a change in an external forcing such as solar insolence (due to changes in the sun’s output or orbital changes) or an internal process turned into a forcing by some change and we see neither Milankovitch cycles, nor the sun itself are in a position to do that, we have to look to an internal change.

Only CO2 fits that need.

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1871 – Chicago Destroyed

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1871 – Wisconsin Fire

1886 – Indianola, Texas Destroyed

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1896 – St Louis Destroyed

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1900 – Galveston Destroyed

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1906 – San Francisco Destroyed

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1924 Ohio Tornado

1925 Tri-State Tornado

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1926 – Miami Destroyed

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1927 – Mississippi Valley Flood

1927 – Vermont Flood

1931 – China Flood

1930’s – Half Of Oklahoma Fled The State

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1936 – Eastern US Flood

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1937 – Midwest Flood