Bill O'Reilly Thinks Climate Change Caused The Tsunami

Bill O'Reilly thinks climate change caused the Tsunami Only in Bill O'Reilly's bizarro world does it include a video clip of the Asian Tsunami to de

A picture named BO-climatechange-Wilma.jpg Bill O'Reilly thinks climate change caused the Tsunami

Only in Bill O'Reilly's bizarro world does it include a video clip of the Asian Tsunami to demonstrate climate change as a way to slam global warming. An earthquake caused the Tsunami.

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The Tsunami was caused by a Rare great earthquake, ranging from 9.0 to 9.3 (which would make it the second largest earthquake ever recorded on a seismograph), though authoritative estimates now put the magnitude at 9.15.

As reader Amy states:" Bill managed to blend geology and weather together in just 2min., to prove
that:A) Global Warming isn't a big deal and B) the media is prone to hype."

Is this guy kidding? I thought the Factor was bullet proof to facts. If I'm wrong please let me know. I know right wing ideology refuses him to allow for the possibility that global warming is having an effect on our weather and any government regulation that helps the environment hurts corporations, but this is the Twilight Zone Bill.

reader Amy says: "The climate guy is explaining the multidecadal oscillation in the Atlantic basin. The video that's running is footage of the recent Pakistani earth quake {another Geological event}, flattened houses on hillsides; inter-cut with hurricane footage."

Is there anything more dishonest than this segment? Don't answer that, but this comes close. Try looking up Tectonic plates Bill. I never knew earthquakes caused hurricanes. He has to throw in the "hysterical" media syndrome as well to make his case. A debate between climatology and global warming is all well and good, but when The Factor uses the Asian Tsunami as it's linchpin; Bill just becomes another one of those pin heads he's so fond of.


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