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StormKrone
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Gov. Says to Evacuate New Orleans. [Re: WhitherWeather]
      #52630 - Tue Aug 30 2005 07:16 PM

I had heard this, and found the report on the WDSU web site.

"BATON ROUGE, La. -- With conditions in the hurricane-ravaged city of New Orleans rapidly deteriorating, Gov. Kathleen Blanco said Tuesday afternoon that people now huddled in the Superdome and other rescue centers need to be evacuated ."

As I understand it, EVERYONE is supposed to leave New Orleans. Don't know any more than that.


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errorcone
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Re: Katrina Aftermath [Re: kapSt.Cloud]
      #52631 - Tue Aug 30 2005 07:23 PM

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Sorry, moderators, but I read this site for current tropical weather info and all info about hurricanes and their nature. I'm with you guys wanting to keep on topic, but I had to respond to the so-called "Global Warming" postings!
Please, enough blaming of these hurricanes on "Global Warming"! Global warming has been refuted! See the following web-site... http://www.kn4lf.com/kn4lf42.htm
We are in an active cycle...check your history of past decades...including this one...
http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/historic/nws/images/wea00439.jpg
Also, the hurricanes of 1928 and 1935, etc.
The people that are screaming "Global Warming" are the same ones screaming a few years back about us going into a new Ice Age! Which is it?




Enough of this global warming crap.

Look, right now we *are* in a global warming trend. If you refute that you might as well believe we didn't land on the moon either.

What is up for some debate is mankinds influence on it. In the scientific community a majority of scientists with meaningfull credentials and knowledge seem to side with mankind have at least a noticeable impact on this.
What room for debate there is will take place in the scientific community. Not from some crap links in a thread or people's political bias.

So just let it go. Yes, we're getting warmer. Yes, there is reason for concern. No, it's not concrete. And if you're not qualified to do the research just don't bother posting about it in a thread that doesn't need it.

There is a serious situation along the Gulf Coast and there's time afterwards to deal with the causes. Right now we should be concerned with the effects.


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errorcone
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Re: Gov. Says to Evacuate New Orleans. [Re: StormKrone]
      #52633 - Tue Aug 30 2005 07:25 PM

Quote:

I had heard this, and found the report on the WDSU web site.

"BATON ROUGE, La. -- With conditions in the hurricane-ravaged city of New Orleans rapidly deteriorating, Gov. Kathleen Blanco said Tuesday afternoon that people now huddled in the Superdome and other rescue centers need to be evacuated ."

As I understand it, EVERYONE is supposed to leave New Orleans. Don't know any more than that.




I've been expecting this. With NO possibly under water in parts for weeks, what other choice do they have?

For all extents and purposes, it seems the city itself is closed and will probably be closed for some time. I can't think of anything like this in US history. It's just tragic.


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Random Chaos
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Re: Katrina Aftermath [Re: Clark]
      #52634 - Tue Aug 30 2005 07:34 PM

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New thread -- let's take discussion on over there, copying & pasting & picking up where we left off as needed. Thanks!




Since we rolled to a new page, here is a reminder of the new thread!


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guy
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site to find missing relatives after katrina [Re: MikeC]
      #53460 - Fri Sep 02 2005 02:00 AM

there is a new site to find people who are missing.
go to gulfcoastnews.com
find the link to finding survivors and those missing.
you can scroll there or put in a person's last name. many of these people have been put on their because they have gone to shelters, and have given their names.
good luck, and god bless!

guy


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