Tropical Storm Harvey continues to dump record rain on southeast Texas. It has brought catastrophic flooding in Houston, the country’s fourth largest city. Many streets and highways can only be navigated by boat and thousands of people have been rescued from their homes. Authorities have had difficulty indentifying hardest-hit areas. Norah O’Donnell reports.
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Why Houston Flooding Isn’t a Sign of Climate Change « Roy Spencer, PhD
Your location must be an anomaly, just like Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential loss was an anomaly, right. Houston’s impermeable expanses and flat topography caused the flooding, a stalled storm caused the intense rainfall…. so yes, what happened in Houston was a result of man made changes to our planet, but had nothing to do with purported climate change bullshit that’s being shoved down everybody’s throats !
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