Real Science
Dec 20, 2010

“High temperatures in 2010 have also been matched by a series of extreme weather events across the world, including droughts and floods in China, India, Pakistan, Russia, and the US,” the HSBC report noted. “But are these driven by man-made global warming?

“Nasa’s James Hansen is clear: ‘Would these events have happened if atmospheric carbon dioxide had remained at its pre-industrial level of 280 parts per million?’ His answer is ‘almost certainly not’.”

This is starting to sound like Alzheimer’s disease. Does he really believe the stuff that comes out of his mouth?

The ten worst floods in history :

1. Huang He (Yellow) River, China
1931* Death Toll: 1,000,000 to 3,700,000

2. Huang He (Yellow) River, China
1887 Death Toll: 900,000 to 2,000,000

3. Huang He (Yellow) River, China* 1938
Death Toll: 500,000 – 900,000

4. Huang He (Yellow) River, China
1642* Death Toll: 300,000

5. Ru River, Banqiao Dam, China
1975 Death Toll: 230,000

6. Yangtze River, China
1931 Death Toll: 145,000

7. The Netherlands and England
1099 Death Toll: 100,000

8. The Netherlands
1287 Death Toll: 50,000

9. The Neva River, Russia
1824 Death Toll: 10,000

10. The Netherlands
1421 Death Toll: 10,000