Sunday, November 18, 2012

Climate fraud promoter Michael Oppenheimer on Sandy: "This was essentially a once-every-1,000-years storm.”

Princeton researchers warn climate change will bring more big storms like Hurricane Sandy to N.J. |
“We were particularly surprised by Sandy,” said Oppenheimer, professor of geosciences and international affairs. “This was essentially a once-every-1,000-years storm.”
“What’s now a 100-year flood will become a five- to 20-year flood at the end of the century,” Oppenheimer said.

1 comment:

WestHoustonGeo said...

They keep saying that this is storm is something unprecedented, a hundred year storm or (now) thousand year event. Well, if you don’t count the ones on the list below and the several more that I didn’t bother with because they are “only” Category 1 or 2, then that could be true.
2012 Sandy (AKA Superstorm, AKA Megastorm) Category 1 (74-95 mph winds), New Jersey”
Some history of Atlantic hurricanes – ONLY Category 3 (111-129 mph winds – One third MORE)
1938 “New England Hurricane” – Category 3 Long Island, Connecticut
1944 “The Great Atlantic Hurricane” - Category 3, Cape Hatteras, Long Island, Rhode Island
1954 Carol - Category 3 Long Island
1954 Edna - Category 3, Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard
1955 Connie – Category 3 North Carolina
1960 Donna - Category 3, Long Island
Never happened before?
How STUPID do you think we are?