Poor liittle toothpick richard;
Just how are global warming predictions of "Posted by Ozonator on May 31, 2009 at 10:00 PM" and Posted by Ozonator on August 16, 2009 at 4:31 AM" for generally correct numbers and/or warnings for rainfall and storm path under "Posted by Ozonator on August 19, 2009 at 10:23 PM" are "a perfect example of ex post facto predicto" ("Posted by ESCO2FP on August 23, 2009 at 2:34 PM") in the real world? Connect the dots not the dittoheads. Your dippy tropical waves and other endless fact chucking after the fact do count as your example for "post hole fact predictions by ExxonMobil".
Not surprisingly, the God Joey Mirabile’s Burger Kings nor god ESCO2FP (toothpick richard) got their pretty little dresses wet helping their predicted victims in Memphis -
“An evening storm sparked lightning flashes across Greater Memphis while dumping more than 2 inches of rain on many suburban areas. ... rain caused flash flooding in some parts of the city, Memphis Fire Department spokesman Wayne Cooke ... left more than 5,500 people without power ... Memphis-Shelby County Emergency Management Agency reported as much as 3 feet of water at the viaduct ... East Memphis ... experienced heavy flash flooding” (“Storm dumps more than 2 inches of rainfall, flooding streets”; By Staff , Memphis Commercial Appeal; Jody Callahan; commercialappeal.com, 8/18/09). “Flash floods struck the suburbs Tuesday night as several inches of rain trapped cars along Poplar Avenue in East Memphis” (“East Memphis streets flooded”; By Lori Brown; wlbt.com, 8/19/09). “Residents say water was up to their chest and has completely ruined their cars. ... a pile of cars that landed on top of each other. ... In some apartments, there was about a foot of water. ... The property owner, GMH Capital Partners, told us on the phone this was "an act of god"” (“Flooding Leaves Mess In East Memphis Complex”; Candace McCowan; wreg.com, 8/19/09).
Someone or something has my missing 6” -
10” --- ““a Memphis Burger King has a 1 in 6 chance of getting hit” ... A. ...5. ...a. ... Ominously, tropical depressions have been found to be generated in the Atlantic and Pacific under 8/2 - 8/09 with predicted intensities from cat 2 - 5+ ... “ ... FARMER rainfall/snow to hit in any one earthly place will be from ~ 10” to ~10’+ of rain/snow or an unholy mix. ... Hurricanes are US. ...” ... Posted by Ozonator on August 15, 2009 at 2:35 PM”.
10” -- “ Brewing in the Gulf of Mexico, Tropical Storm Claudette threatened to bring heavy rain to the Florida Panhandle ... more ominously in the Atlantic were tropical storms Ana and Bill, which was quickly turning into a powerful storm over warm waters in the open Atlantic. ... Rainfall of 3 to 5 inches was expected, with isolated areas getting up to 10 inches ... Pensacola Beach is still recovering from Hurricane Ivan ... 2004. ... Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Ana ... was expected to make landfall at the Leeward Islands ... forecast to bring 2 to 4 inches of rain” (“Tropical Storm Claudette threatens Fla. Panhandle”; By MELISSA NELSON, Associated Press Write; news.yahoo.com, 8/16/09).
Missing 6” here ----------------------------------------------------------------------
4” -- “The first hurricane of this year's Atlantic season gathered force far out to sea Monday, while two weaker storm systems drenched the northeastern Caribbean and the Florida Panhandle with rain. ... What began as Tropical Storm Ana ... weakened ... dissipated ... the storm was producing rains in the eastern Dominican Republic ... Flood alerts were issued for 12 of the country's 32 provinces and about 34 families were evacuated to shelters ... Officials in neighboring Haiti ... residents were warned to continue exercising caution around rivers and coastal areas. Puerto Rico ... was expecting 2 to 4 inches of rain. ... Along the Florida Panhandle, Tropical Storm Claudette quickly weakened after it made landfall ... wasn't expected to cause significant flooding or wind damage as it moved northwest into Alabama and Mississippi” (“Hurricane Bill gathers strength out in Atlantic”; By JONATHAN M. KATZ, Associated Press Writer; news.yahoo.com, 8/17/09).
That 6” must be be screwing the good people of Pakistan - “Flash floods have killed 27 people and affected 70,000 others in northwest Pakistan ... Heavy rain since Sunday has also caused massive destruction to homes, livestock and crops in Mardan and Swabi districts. ... A UN statement ... "As the water swept through villages, the roofs of mud houses collapsed ... submerged the cultivated land in these regions and much of the maize, rice, sugarcane and tobacco crops were destroyed. Livestock was washed away and drowned." ... none of the refugee camps were affected by the floods” (“Pakistan floods kill 27, affect 70,000: UN”; AFP; news.yahoo.com, 8/18/09).
With condolences to our neighbors in Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, and Arkansas -
Flooding thanks to remnants of Tropical Storm CLAUDETTE
(yes, there is a line for idiots to follow most of the way.)
About 50 miles south of Memphis’ Burger Kings with drive through raincoats and rubbers -
“THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MEMPHIS HAS ISSUED A * FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR... NORTHERN COAHOMA COUNTY IN NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI... EXTREME WEST CENTRAL PANOLA COUNTY IN NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI... NORTHERN QUITMAN COUNTY IN NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI... SOUTHERN TUNICA COUNTY IN NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI... 3 TO 4 INCHES OF RAINFALL HAS OCCURRED OVER THE PAST HOUR. ... AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN” (“Flash Flood Warning”; fox10tv.com, 8/18/09).
Tropical Storms Ana and Bill and Tropical Depression #4 easily gives Memphis Burger Kings a 3 in 6 chances of getting hit with high wind and/or water.
Still no need to worry about the global warming “hoax” as the shouting “medicinal leeches” aka extremist Republicans and Christians can just bully the incoming hurricane ecosystems onto their neighbors.
“a Memphis Burger King has a 1 in 6 chance of getting hit”
“A. ...5. ...a. ... Ominously, tropical depressions have been found to be generated in the Atlantic and Pacific under 8/2 - 8/09 with predicted intensities from cat 2 - 5+ in an untapped turbulent environment of 48 tornado ecosystems with 200 - 1000 predicted. With possible overlap from the greater WPI in the Americas, “GBRWE 8/16 - 22/09 ... by Robert Rhodes, The “Ozonator” ... B3. Weeks’ Reporting Period of GBRWE 8/2 - 8/09. ... FARMER rainfall/snow to hit in any one earthly place will be from ~ 10” to ~10’+ of rain/snow or an unholy mix. ... Hurricanes are US. Using the ALDLHEM, at least 6 were reported with the Americas (both coasts and South America) facing 1 - 3+ (Category 2+ equivalent) hurricanes or other mighty winds and the greater WPI (Africa to west of Hawaii) facing 2 - 6+ (Category 5+ equivalent) typhoons and other mighty winds within 2 weeks (~8/15/09). ... At least 2 hurricane ecosystems formed in the greater WPI with 2 - 6 predicted. a. Forming west of of Hawaii in the greater WPI, Tropical Depression 01C (One-c) formed near 13.7N 170.6W to become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. b. Tropical Depression 01C (Maka) - The convection, near 13.9N 167.5E, in the Wake Island region developed to become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. If the convection, near 19.3N 113.2E, in the Manilla, Philippines region develops, it will become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. If the convection, near 12.0N 163.5E, in the Pohnpei region develops, it will become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. At least 4 hurricane ecosystems formed in the Americas - 2 in the Eastern Pacific and 2 in the Atlantic - with 1 -3 predicted. a. Tropical Depression 09E (Nine) developed near 14.8N 121.5W, between Mexico and Hawaii, to become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. b. Hurricane 10E (Guillermo) - Tropical Depression TEN-E developed near 15.3N 116.4W, between Mexico and Hawaii, to become a hurricane ecosystem from prediction week 8/2 - 8/09. “Forecasters: Guillermo strengthens to Category 3 hurricane over Pacific with 115 mph winds” (Associated Press; startribune.com, 8/15/09). c. and d. A regenerated TD 2 grew into Tropical Storm Ana well off Suriname and Tropical Depression Three formed in the mid-Atlantic on 8/15/09 (wunderground.com/tropical). Born under 8/2 - 8/09, “The second tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season formed over the far eastern Atlantic Ocean early Tuesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said ... most of the weather models now forecast the system would head in a more northwesterly track potentially toward the Bahamas, the U.S. East Coast and possibly the Gulf of Mexico. Energy traders however noted it was still too soon to say where the system might make landfall, if at all. ... center of the depression was located about 350 miles west of the Cape Verde Islands, off the West Coast of Africa” (“Second tropical depression forms in Atlantic: NHC”; Reporting by Scott DiSavino; Reuters; news.yahoo.com, 8/11/09). Unless otherwise indicated, WPI cyclone information comes from the good people with good maps at metocph.nmci.navy.mil/cgi-bin/abpwcreate.c…. (GBRWE modeling requires that a regenerated TD is actually a brand new tropical storm.) And, for example, if Storm Ana and/or Tropical Depression 3 cranks up to a cat 3+, a Memphis Burger King has a 1 in 6 chance of getting hit. “IV. Hurricane (Tropical Cyclone) Ecosystem Predictions for the World in 2009. ... B. Total predicted monster hurricane ecosystem hits and projected routes for the Western Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic Oceans Western Pacific and Indian Oceans 2009. Monster hurricane ecosystems notably reaching category 3+ or the equivalent at some time from cradle to grave but can include regional flooding with lessor winds and/or greater durations. ... 3. Category 3+ hurricane ecosystems - chance of occurrence: area of formation and route(s) of devastation ... f. Atlantic Ocean ... 3.0. 13%: Mid - Atlantic - curving in open water toward Greenland, France, and/or Azores. 4.0. 30%: off the Windward Islands: 4.1. well off the Windward Islands - “Miami -Bahamas - Carolinas” or “Bermuda” - Massachusetts - Nova Scotia - Greenland ... 4.2. well off the Windward Islands - Bahamas - “Miami - Louisiana - Oklahoma” or “Barbuda - Jamaica - Yucatan” ... 4.3. well off the Windward Islands - off the Azores” (“11th Annual 2009 North Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season Predictions with Related, Planetary Models”; Robert Rhodes, Supplemental; GBRWE 2/18 - 14/09; 2/13/09 - but dated as 2/13/08)” (“GBRWE 8/16 - 22/09's Extreme Planetary Warnings for Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Solar/Terrestrial Flares from Human Activities”; Robert Rhodes, Supplemental; GBRWE 8/16 - 22/09, 8/15/09).
In spite of Burger King Joey Mirabile, the leaders of Memphis appeared to have connected the global warming dots of catastrophic weather paving the way for hurricane ecosystems.
Dots A. “City officials have worked diligently in restoration efforts to repair damage from Friday’s torrential storm that resulted in over 100,000 power outages throughout Memphis and Shelby County. ... “I have received damage assessments and have been kept abreast of the progress we are making to restore services to the citizens of Memphis, says Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton” (“City Efforts Combat Storm Damage in Memphis”; Contributor: Shane Myers; myeyewitnessnews.com, 6/15/09).
“Record amounts of rain continued to fall on Central Florida throughout Wednesday. Volusia County has seen more than 14 inches of rain, causing flooding in many areas. ...“ (“Record Rain Wreaks Havoc On Region”; wesh.com, 5/20/09).
“Floods in Haiti kill 11 people, destroy homes”; By JONATHAN M. KATZ, Associated Press Writer; news.yahoo.com, 5/22/09).
“A levee that had been slated for destruction has been breached by the swelling Ouachita River, flooding part of a national wildlife refuge in north Louisiana-and easing concerns of possible flooding farther south. ... ” (“Levee breaches at refuge ease flood threats”; The Associated Press; nola.com, 5/25/09).
Dots B. Another barrage of storms hit the Southeast on Thursday, spawning possible tornadoes, causing a passenger train to hit a fallen tree and sending at least one person to the hospital after lightning struck a home. ... Waves of storms pelted west Alabama with hail and rain, and a suspected tornado damaged a north Alabama trailer park. ... violent winds Thursday evening, damaging 20 to 30 trailers. ... a line of violent thunderstorms moved through the western Florida Panhandle leaving about foot of water on some low-lying streets ... near downtown Nashville, water was over the wheel wells of cars. ... Heavy rain ... closing of part of Interstate 75 in south Georgia” (“New storm barrage causes train to hit fallen tree”; By HOLBROOK MOHR, Associated Press Writer; news.yahoo.com, 4/2/09).
“Heavy storms, tornadoes hit South for a second day” (By HOLBROOK MOHR, The Associated Press; nola.com, 3/2709). “Louisiana ... East Baton Rouge and Tensas parishes have declared local emergencies due to flooding and tornado damages from storms beginning Wednesday, March 25, and resulting in street and limited structure flooding, isolated power outages, and school closures “ (“National Situation Update: Saturday, March 28, 2009”; fema.gov).
“There are about 20 ways spinning monster freight trains - each of water, wind, and ~10 atomic bombs of energy - to tear through the US in 2009. About 4 (20%) have an Ozonator chance of making for real bad days in Memphis and turning each BK into a Superdome of waste disposal aka Rush-room's for GM SUVs and Bobby Jindal's career. ... “IV. Hurricane (Tropical Cyclone) Ecosystem Predictions for the World in 2009. ... A. ... The maine route of catastrophic devastation in the North Atlantic will be Dominican Republic - Miami - Louisiana/North Carolina. ... B. ... 2. North Atlantic Hurricanes monsters for 2009 ... 3. Category 3+ hurricane ecosystems - chance of occurrence: area of formation and route(s) of devastation ...7.3. off South America - Dominican Republic - Bahamas - Miami - New Orleans - Arkansas - Kentucky” ... “A. Our Ozonator’s Preamble for Survival ... 2. 5th, Annual SIDDES++ Viscous Model ... Using the “Viscous” model for 2009, we can expect 4 -14 category 3+ hurricane ecosystems in the areas and same “hit” numbers predicted on 2/13/09 with more devastation from Miami to Baton Rouge to Evil Inhofe Oklahoma. ... “Posted by Ozonator on May 31, 2009 at 10:00 PM”.
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