This Date In 1900 — Galveston Destroyed By A Hurricane

On this date in the year 1900, Galveston, Texas (where I had the first date with my future wife) was destroyed by a hurricane. Ten thousand people died in America’s costliest natural disaster.

09 Sep 1900, 7 – Great Falls Tribune at Newspapers.com

The storm traveled very slowly, causing a huge storm surge. The Weather Bureau Chief claimed later that they gave the public lots of warning about the storm.

11 Oct 1900, 7 – The Marion Star at Newspapers.com

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And they did’nt have satelltes back then nor did they have any way to track the Hurricanes and the fact one man was taking all the measurements and coming out with the facts but he was ignored and the results was a disaster for Galveston

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    Steelman

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    And the didn’t have any Paris agreement, either. I can’t believe how stupid those leftists really are. Those storms happened before, when co2 levels were below 300 ppm and it was slightly warmer in the US, back then. Now the co2 level is at 450 ppm and it’s colder than 1900. Just connect the dots, and co2 is out of the equation.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And the usial idiots who trying and still say the arctic ice is melting the liberla cartooonists who try to blame trump or claim the earth is getting warmer when back in the 1970’s the earth was suppost to be getting cooler and liberal comic strips like Arctic Circle misleading everybody show penguins and polarbears in the same enviroemnt but liberals dont want the truth all they want is the lies and a one world goverment all under the Useless Nations

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