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Ten years since a major hurricane landfall, longest in recorded history


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One day before the 10 year anniversary of the last major hurricane (category 3+) to make landfall in the United States, Mexico is being absolutely inundated by Hurricane Patricia. Patricia is the most powerful storm on record in the western hemisphere according to the National Hurricane Center. At the time of this writing, Patricia has 200+mph winds and a pressure of only 880mb.

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Last Month Was the Hottest September in Recorded History


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Recorded history? Man-made?  Remember the buzz words and read My Mullings.

Here we go again, folks! July was the hottest July on record, August the hottest August, so I bet you can’t fathom what the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has to say about the September that closed out the hottest summer on record. You guessed it!

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Climate change before and after pictures of earth – Business Insider


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Man-made climate change is ruining the planet.

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Climate Change Data Summary


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This is a summary of the data presented in the climate change graphs for the United States.

The first obvious interpretation of the data is that there were so many record high and low temperatures during the 20th century.  This is just a result of the distribution of the data.  Remember the earlier argument that we only have about 150 years of reliably accurate measurements.  Simply put, there is no data to show whether there were any record low or high temperatures prior to the 20th century.  So of course all the record temperatures have been set during the last 100 years.  The 20th century can only be considered the baseline for record low and record high temperatures that rely on actual measurements.

The second obvious interpretation is that there is a lot of variability across the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.  There are more record highs in the Pacific Region and more record lows in the West South Central, East South Central, and South Atlantic Regions, excluding Miami.  With this kind of variability across the United States, variability across other regions of the world would be expected as well.  Even across the Arctic, it would seem logical that some regions of the Arctic might be experiencing higher temperatures and defrosting while others might be experiencing lower temperatures.

CLIMATE CHANGE MAP

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People


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People as we know them became people with the start of the first civilization, depending on who you ask, approximately 5,000 to 7,000 years ago. No one is in disagreement on this general time frame, whether you believe in creation or evolution. This beginning was dependent on our ancestors becoming intelligent enough to have a society, including infrastructure, bureaucracy, monetary system, religion, and written word, to name a few. Thus, 5,000 to 7,000 years is our recorded history for humans. By comparison, we know little about “humans” before that time except for what we can gather by the study of the fossil record and genetics. The appearance of the first humans prior to recorded history is theorized based on fossil evidence, genetics, anatomy, and intelligence (for example the use of tools).

If you believe in the whole “man evolved from ape” theory, the first humans appeared approximately 160,000 years ago. One has to wonder then why it took another 150,000 years for a civilization to develop. The more likely scenario is that man ascended from apes (yes I’ve convinced myself, maybe) but didn’t become fully human until he developed reasoning and morality. Something happened to “spark” a change that separated “humans” from the rest of the animal kingdom and established us as the dominant species. Evolutionists explain it with the Great Leap Forward theory and believe this happened about 50,000 years ago. Again the question is begged; why did it take even 40,000 years for a civilization to develop?

Since levels of oxygen built up over time to where they are now, it seems that during human evolution they may have started out lower. Perhaps the increase in human mental capacity was related to an increasing percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere. The longevity of certain biblical figures may be related to early levels of oxygen being lower; with an increase in oxygen came higher intelligence but a shorter life span.

To me, this is where God comes in. Of course he was always there, but about 7,000 to 10,000 years ago, he gave us reasoning and morality, and from there we went on to develop civilizations and a written (recorded) history. And that’s when we became human.

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Economy

THOUGHTS COMING SOON!


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