What caused the 2020 brushfires and the 2021 Aussie floodings?

Reply Sun 16 May, 2021 03:46 pm
Although we take our voices for granted, it's truly miraculous that we communicate complex thoughts simply by moving our mouths while exhaling.

I mention this because an anadrome is a word that forms a whole new word when you spell it backwards. For example, the word 'stressed' spelled backwards is 'desserts'. The Oregon town names Ragic and Ekoms are anaerobes; backwards they spell Cigar and Smoke, and in the interest of clarity should not be confused with nominative determinism.

If I may be so bold as to quote Yosemite Sam, "jumping Jehoshaphat", who according to 1 Kings 15:24, was the son of Asa, and the fourth king of the Kingdom of Judah.

Around the same time the Vandals who were a "barbarian" Germanic people who sacked Rome, battled the Huns and the Goths, and founded a kingdom in North Africa that flourished for about a century until it succumbed to an invasion force from the Byzantine Empire in A.D. 534.

The first known written reference to the tribe was in A.D. 77, when Pliny the Elder mentioned “Vandilii.” However, there is no evidence that they were responsible for pyrotechnic disasters in the Terra Australis - which as everybody knows is a hypothetical continent not based on any survey or direct observation, but rather on the idea that continental land in the Northern Hemisphere should be balanced by land in the Southern Hemisphere.

Or as the Vandals used to say, Terra Australis Nondum Cognita ("the southern land not yet known"). It was Bob Dylan who gave them a bad name when he sang... "The pump don't work 'Cause the vandals took the handles...' - Nemine contradicente.
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Reply Sun 16 May, 2021 04:24 pm
Dude, you need to stop reading conspiracy theories from the mentally ill:

- most of your manmade 'floods' were flood definitions used by insurance companies, largely meaning 'types of water damage', rather than what people know of as a flood

- your hurricane conspiracy was absolute nonsense - the electromagnetic generator would need to be the size of a city (and that is probably still too small), and would need to have been floating...and would probably chew up all the electricity from the entire east coast of the US for several days....and that is if electromagnetics could even affect airpressure. Usually the different surface air pressures required as one half of the equation - necessary to starting a cyclone/hurrican is caused by different surface temperatures, and the upper air pressure necessary, caused by other factors within the upper atmosphere.

I didn't bother reading the rest.
Reply Sun 16 May, 2021 07:18 pm
Maybe if everyone plugged in their fans and pointed them in the same direction outside their way windows we could cause a hurricane. I used to think maybe we could blow away rain clouds that way as well. Just got to get millions to buy in to this
Reply Sun 16 May, 2021 08:00 pm
Or if you got every jet plane to fly around in the same circle...surely that'd do it...

No...wait...still not enough Laughing
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