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Hurricane Ida - Another Katrina in the Making?

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Doug1066

Looks like city govt did a better job with this one.  Maybe they learned something from Katrina?

Doug

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Raptor Witness

This is way worse than Katrina, minus the levees, according to a man who should know.

Prior to Mt. Ida, Louisiana was #2 per capita in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, second only to Florida. A handful of ICU beds, and now a monster Cat 4 hurricane destroys the infrastructure.

Bad Luck?  16 years to the day Katrina slammed them?

They do, coincidentally, have the largest beach nourishment program and United States gearing up, something I specifically warned President Biden about months ago.

But what do I know, I’m just the most underpaid, non-NSA cryptographer in the United States right now.

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Massive Entergy tower, feeding New Orleans falls during Hurricane Ida - One Example of “Total Grid Collapse”

 

 

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Massive Flooding strikes the world’s  financial capital, with Ida’s parting … 

Frantic scenes across New York City, as the subways go under water.

What is being described as an unprecedented, first ever, flash flood emergency in New York City.

 

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New York City Mass Transit Authority CEO on historic flooding from remnants of hurricane Ida … 

 

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Raptor Witness

3.5 Inches of rain is a lot of water, in an hour in Central Park. I wonder how that stat. stacks up, in the record books?

Aside from the historic nature of the event itself, New York City is the financial capital of the world. So if Mother Earth is trying to make a point, in addition to the 16th perfect anniversary of hurricane Katrina in Southeastern, Louisiana, where better than New York City to take a parting shot at U.S.?

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quiXilver

My old neighborhood is underwater. 

Have three friends who are stuck where they're at for now, but all safe.

 

Another left the city altogether, thankfully, and is upstate and outside it all.

Crazy stuff.

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Myles
2 hours ago, Raptor Witness said:

3.5 Inches of rain is a lot of water, in an hour in Central Park. I wonder how that stat. stacks up, in the record books?

Aside from the historic nature of the event itself, New York City is the financial capital of the world. So if Mother Earth is trying to make a point, in addition to the 16th perfect anniversary of hurricane Katrina in Southeastern, Louisiana, where better than New York City to take a parting shot at U.S.?

Mother nature doesn't make decisions.

 

It is bad in the New York/New Jersey area.   I feel for the people there.   Although they could use a good washing and cleaning, I don't think this is ideal.    

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20 hours ago, Myles said:

Mother nature doesn't make decisions.

The Earth has a voice, as does her Lord, and her spokesman. The degree to which she thinks for herself, is arguable, but the idea that she is only dominated by U.S. seems to be a growing problem.

If the Earth destroys the United States, in battle, would you call that random, or her domination ….. of U.S.?

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Myles
37 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

The Earth has a voice, as does her Lord, and her spokesman. The degree to which she thinks for herself, is arguable, but the idea that she is only dominated by U.S. seems to be a growing problem.

If the Earth destroys the United States, in battle, would you call that random, or her domination ….. of U.S.?

Random.

The Earth doesn't think.  

If we don't take care of Earth, things change and we may not be prepared for those changes.  

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3 hours ago, Myles said:

Random.

The Earth doesn't think.  

If we don't take care of Earth, things change and we may not be prepared for those changes.  

A fair argument, but you put forward no evidence. It’s just your opinion. 

Did you know that Hurricane Katrina was the first hurricane I forecast in 2005?  Soon after, I joined forces with the Earth.

Since then, I’ve used a particular formula repeatedly, which is attached to many disaster forecasts that I make.

For example, if you Google in quotation  marks the unique phrase: “ By four ways and in two parts” 

It’s also included in my signature artwork, below.

Only I know the meaning of the formula, and the genesis of it. I will tell you that it’s linked to hurricane Katrina.

4 x 4 =16 years to the day

You claim that the earth has no regard for men, but the earth and I are friends.

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docyabut2

there's going to be many Hurricanes hitting America. the whole climate changes issues are not going to solved :(

Mother nature does make the decisions:)

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Myles

The Earth does not think.  Neither does the moon.

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docyabut2
28 minutes ago, Myles said:

The Earth does not think.  Neither does the moon.

Mother earth ? its like the earth was a mother  egg and the organisms that hit the earth to make life . MOTHER OF THE EARTH THINKS 

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Trelane

Anyone care to answer the questions I had posted earlier?

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Doug1066
On 9/3/2021 at 5:15 PM, docyabut2 said:

there's going to be many Hurricanes hitting America. the whole climate changes issues are not going to solved :(

It can be if we make the effort.  But will we?  And even if we do, it will take centuries to bring the climate back into balance.

It's going to be a rough ride.

Doug

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Doug1066
On 8/29/2021 at 11:13 AM, Trelane said:

My apologies for breaking into @Raptor Witness's disaster porn thread.

What will you all make if there is (and I don't intend for it to be dismissive) only the usual damage from a Cat 4 hurricane? Not the apocalyptic nightmare that Katrina produced? Will it be because of the Corps of Engineers rebuilt the levees properly? Will the prevention of a humanitarian crisis at the football stadium be credited to FEMA for proper notifications to evacuate? Will the politicians involved be lauded for vigilance and management?

Conversely, what will be the blame or cause if this is a repeat event? Global warming? Saharan Sands affecting hurricane formation and direction? Unique and increased solar activity? Political incompetence? Act of God?

What say you?

A Category 4 hurricane is a Category 4 hurricane, no matter when or where it occurs.  The differences between storms are usually the result of what they do where.  A four-inch per hour rainfall is no big deal ten miles offshore, but it is a huge problem onshore.

And in general, the mayor actually read the disaster plan this time.

Doug

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Raptor Witness

This is not what the hurricane Ida survivors in Louisiana, needed now…. the remnants of a stalled, hurricane Nicholas, from the opposite direction.

”When it rains, it poured…”

Remnants of Nicholas to pound Ida survivors- https://www.nhc.noaa.gov Post Ida Rainfall - https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

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spud the mackem

I think that you guys should start building sea surge barriers at beaches liable to be flooded ,and also brick houses instead of wooden ones in areas liable to be hit by hurricanes . I've seen devastation shown on this site when a hurricane or tornado hits a small town built of wood and loss of life and property is horrendous . Keep safe folks and get out of the way of these monsters .

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