Daily Archives: May 26, 2015

Poisoned Weather In 1991

I lived in Richmond, TX during Christmas 1991 – a few blocks from the Brazos River. Our house was one of the few which didn’t flood. That may have been the biggest rainfall event in Texas history. One more big … Continue reading

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Understanding “Unprecedented”

When the press uses the word “unprecedented” – what they mean is that they haven’t done any research and basically they are lying.  Houston Intercontinental Airport smashed its all-time record for most rainfall in one day on Monday — its 4.34 … Continue reading

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Texas Hit By Unprecedented Hypestorms!

The same people who were hyping unprecedented drought in Texas a few days ago, are now hyping unprecedented rain. Houston, Texas, Hit by Unprecedented Flooding; Seven States At Risk – NBC News.com As always, it is complete BS. Houston has … Continue reading

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