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Thank you. This is not happen, why, because we manipulated the ionosphere energies, and moved the jet stream north, permitting the storm to move rapidly inland, and dissipate without massive rain. And, the answer to that question is yes, not so much by the beach communities but probably by the shipping canals. Cameron, Louisiana received winds as high as 111 mph.

Hurricanes intensify because of warm water--a warmer globe would mean warmer water. So when the construction crew receives them at the affected location, they'll be able to take this out, do a quick assembly, and have the materials to, at the end of They had not any satellites to provide pictures. ROBERTS: Yes.

KING: Yes. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. ROACH: FEMA is kicking in. WolfDaddy...all the best mate.posted by peacay at 9:10 AM on September 22, 2005 Just how hot is the gulf of mexico this year?

Well, it is quite clear that north Atlantic PDI has skyrocketed since 1995, far beyond the realm of any natural cycle. Not the "Oh noes! You can see video clips from the show here. NYE: Yes, it's an enormous amount of water and it gets up in to the jet stream and gets blown west to east.

Staff Online Now dvk01 Moderator davehc Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > Virus & Other Malware Removal > Home Forums Forums Quick Links They're making sure the channels are at the appropriate depth, they haven't silted up because of the hurricane storm surge. Heh, now of that, I'm not so sure ... Their spirits are still high.

The housing frames assembled at locales away from the zone. It was just -- it was a lot to comprehend, so we just put the thoughts out of our mind and went into action and did what coasties do. KING: What was it like emotionally when you first saw it? Plus, blaming everything on global warming is like blaming everything from toothaches to migranes to fainting on "feminine vapors" instead of pointing out poor dental hygine, a lack of knowledge about

EVANS: Well they do. Go Here Despite the bad reporting of the media, this was not a Category 3 when it made landfall, it was at the upper range of your classification of tropical storm, just under My point, which sonsofsamiam so kindly pointed out as incendiary, is that there's no logic behind the "global warming" argument except for the "globally conscious/conservation" movement's need for environmental self-flagellation. And Intergy, who is the major utility company, advised us this afternoon that they are concerned that because of the damage to the main transmission lines that feed Lake Charles that

The Southwest Louisiana coast is still vulnerable, but much has been done to build stronger and better. Some who were frustrated by the traffic, decided to just turn around and go home to ride out the storm. ROBERTS: Pass Christian, P-A-S-S, Christian, it's lovely. Had you moved anywhere else, the dark would have moved with you for the money, a better void, don't you think?

MARY LANDRIEU, LOUISIANA: FEMA will be here for the long run because this is going to be a long run. (END VIDEO CLIP) (COMMERCIAL BREAK) KING: Before we check in with YOU WILL TASTE OF YOUR CREATION IN THE COURTS, AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, AND COMMON LAW. Of the cities in the path of Rita, it's my understanding that Galveston is in a similar situation (mostly because it's in a really dumb location) but the rest of the They're very appreciative.

By the way, a Category 1 starts at 75 miles per hour, and has a defined eye. My question is, do y'all have any idea how we could -- you know, what coverage, why we're not seeing the coverage of our area? NAMASTE, I AM CHRIST MICHAEL, SOVEREIGN CREATOR SON OF NEBADON Member Center: Sign In | Register International Edition Home Page World U.S.

KING: And they have estimated...

  1. Fourth, we're at the peak of two weather cycles (9 year and something else) that both create favorable conditions for superhurricane development.
  2. Many who chose to rebuild were forced to elevate buildings.
  3. Don't go away. (COMMERCIAL BREAK) KING: We're back with our panel for the hour, Robin Roberts in Biloxi, Mississippi, the co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America" and here in New York,
  4. Cattle were stranded, trapped by the floodwaters. When the water receded, salt from Gulf waters coated fields, damaging crops and hay used for livestock feed.
  5. And a huge amount of evidence we now have.
  6. The central dense overcast (the pinwheel of clouds) had a diameter of over 1300 miles, and tropical force winds ranged out to 675 miles from center.
  7. This morning they corrected those comments.
  8. The school's flagpole flew no flag. "I remember thinking 'Why are we standing here around an empty flagpole?'" Johnson, now a freshman at Deweyville High, said. "I talked it over with
  9. It's not just one town and I -- I just can't put into words still.

My point is that, like the lows in the 70's and 80's being unparalelled in the charts, the recent highs are also unparalelled in the charts. And when you think about Hurricane Katrina wreaked her devastation in a matter of hours, but it is going to take us literally years to rebuild and this is a fast It takes a while, as we all know. Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston)posted by Chris_awesome at 8:53 AM on September 22, 2005 I think it's also interesting that the Gulf is so very warm this year...

Good luck to all riding this one out. WE HAVE TRACED THE ORDERS TO ATTACK CANDACE TO THE TOP, AND ALL PARTICIPATING WILL SEE ARREST AND JAIL TIME FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER NOT ONLY OF CANDACE, BUT OF OTHERS IN In Washington, D.C., Boustany recognized early on the effects of Rita amnesia. But I'm still waiting for his/her/it's visit.posted by Cyrano at 9:25 AM on September 22, 2005 Wolfdaddy: Where do you live in Houston?

Yes, a few were, but there are enough church buildings to shelter many more, plus the schools and public buildings your tax dollar pays for. Question is, if people were asking how Bush is going to pay for the reconstruction of Louisiana and Mississippi, how's it going to look when we have to fit Texas in The mark for most hurricanes in a season previously set in 1969 has also been equaled with the development of Hurricane Wilma. So this is a way that we can start building, putting components together so that when we can get down on the ground, we can start building immediately and have a

Oh, man. Many of you noticed that Rita seemed to have a change in plans and intensity and that is so, because of our help and yours. NYE: Yes, absolutely. We asked Pass Christian officials what do you need right now?

ROBERTS: Yes, if I could, it's wonderful the work that you all are doing, Cindy. Wilma surpassed the mark set by Hurricane Gilbert in September, 1988 of 888 mb, or 26.22 inches of Hg. EVANS: I sure have. I have been down four times.

Many of you are going to be needed to educate people, and to get active in any arena you can to prevent the rebuilding in these areas. It's unbelievable still the devastation.