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Bionerd 10-09-2019 7:29 AM

Typhoon Hagibis strongest storm on earth on its way to spread all the radioactive aft
 
https://www.washingtonpost.com/weath...-toward-japan/

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Notpc 10-09-2019 7:44 AM

:willy_nilly::willy_nilly::willy_nilly:
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This is a record in the western North Pacific so far this season.
They should have just started with this, that would have saved me all that reading.:sleeping:
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Global warming may already be contributing to rapid intensification
If it seems as though rapidly intensifying storms such as Super Typhoon Hagibis are occurring more regularly, itís because they are ó at least in some parts of the world. Rapidly intensifying storms are becoming more common in the North Atlantic Ocean Basin, for example. More importantly, such storms are expected to become more frequent worldwide as human-caused global warming continues.

200Apples 10-11-2019 10:28 AM

Will Hagibis shut down the F1 Japanese Grand Prix race at Suzuka? on Sunday...

Spartan301 10-12-2019 5:43 PM

Exactly!
 
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Originally Posted by 200Apples (Post 23497265)
Will Hagibis shut down the F1 Japanese Grand Prix race at Suzuka? on Sunday...

That's my only worry! :D

ratled 02-08-2020 7:00 AM

:rockon:

SanDiego619 02-10-2020 8:24 PM

Did you guys survive Typhoon Haggis? Now I'm hungry

gumby 02-12-2020 7:40 AM

Have you ever has haggis? Spoiler alert: it's horrible even with whiskey poured over it.

tackdriver 02-15-2020 10:57 AM

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Originally Posted by gumby (Post 23881361)
Have you ever has haggis? Spoiler alert: it's horrible even with whiskey poured over it.

There's your mistake. You don't pour the whiskey OVER it you down as much as you can BEFORE you taste it.

Who the heck picks these names for these storms??

gumby 02-16-2020 7:43 AM

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Originally Posted by tackdriver (Post 23890978)
There's your mistake. You don't pour the whiskey OVER it you down as much as you can BEFORE you taste it.

Who the heck picks these names for these storms??

You are so right, on both statements:-)

Dvrjon 03-04-2020 8:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Notpc (Post 23489815)
:willy_nilly::willy_nilly::willy_nilly:

They should have just started with this, that would have saved me all that reading.:sleeping:

Interesting that they are commenting on
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Rapidly intensifying storms are becoming more common in the North Atlantic Ocean Basin, for example.
Yet story is about a storm in the North Pacific. :shrug:

JCHavasu 03-04-2020 9:39 PM

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Originally Posted by gumby (Post 23881361)
Have you ever has haggis? Spoiler alert: it's horrible even with whiskey poured over it.

Ah, no. Haggis with neeps and tatties, with a whisky brown sauce. And washed down with a nice Scotch ale. Follow that with a wee dram of Lagavulin or Laphroaig. Good stuff!

SanDiego619 03-15-2020 8:37 PM

I'd eat haggis, it sounds good. I like horse meat, blood sausage, kidney pie, and whiskey. They would all mix together well in my stomach!


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