The Dirty Weather Report by A Dirty Little Man

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by pspr, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. pspr

    pspr

    At least they got the title right.

    Al Gore hopes to show links between climate change and the effects of extreme weather worldwide with an online and social media-fueled event built around the idea of “dirty weather.”

    Gore’s advocacy group, the Climate Reality Project, announced Sunday that its second multimedia “24 Hours of Reality” event will occur Nov. 14-15 and bear the title “The Dirty Weather Report.”


    http://thehill.com/blogs/e2-wire/e2...ember-splash-with-dirty-weather-climate-event
     
  2. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    Here are some numbers I bet Al Whore doesn't show.

    Hottest record temps in the US.

    Collegeville Indiana summer of 1936, 116 on July 14.

    Illinois: The summer of 1954 brought extreme heat to Illinois, where the city of East Saint Louis saw the temperature rise to 117 degrees on July 14.

    Montana: 117 degrees has been reached in the Treasure State twice: July 20, 1893 in Glendive, Mont.; and July 5, 1937 in Medicine Lake, Mont.

    Utah: Its hottest temperature on record was set more recently -- 117 in St. George, Utah on July 5, 1985.

    Idaho: July 28, 1934 in Orofino, Id.

    Iowa: July 20, 1934 in Keokuk, Iowa.

    Missouri: July 14, 1954 in two cities: Warsaw and Union, Mo.

    Nebraska: July 15, 1934 in Geneva, Neb.; July 17, 1936 in Hartington, Neb.; and July 24, 1936 in Minden, Neb.

    Washington: July 24, 1928 in Wahluke, Wash.; and August 5, 1961 at Ice Harbor Dam, Wash.

    119 deg Oregon's recorded weather history -- on July 29, 1898 in the small town of Prineville

    120 deg Arkansas: August 10, 1936 in Ozark, Ark.

    120 deg Oklahoma: July 18, 1936 in Alva, Okla.; Aug. 10, 1936 in Poteau, Okla.; and twice at the Altus Irrigation Research Station in southwest Oklahoma -- on July 19, 1936 and Aug. 12, 1936.

    120 deg South Dakota: July 5, 1936 in Gann Valley, S.D.; and July 15, 2006 in Fort Pierre, S.D.

    121 deg

    -- on July 18, 1936 in Fredonia, Kan., and July 24, 1936 in Alton, Kan.

    July 1936 also brought extreme heat as far north as North Dakota, where the mercury reached 121 degrees on July 6 in Steele, N.D.

    122 degrees was recorded June 27, 1994 in New Mexico's southeastern corner at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

    Nevada's all-time high record temperature was recorded on June 29, 1994.

    Arizona's hottest temperature on record was 128 degrees on June 29, 1994.

    Death Valley 134 degrees on July 10, 1913
     
  3. pspr

    pspr

    No. That wouldn't fit in well with the Gore propaganda.
     
  4. Gore continues his drive to become the first climate billionaire.

    That much money will come in handy if he gets accused of rape again.
     
  5. 377OHMS

    377OHMS

    He wasn't accused of rape. He was accused of being "a crazed sex poodle". :D