Hurricanes and the Civil War

Fewer ads. Lots of American Civil War content!
JOIN NOW: REGISTER HERE!

Waterloo50

Major
Forum Host
Silver Patron
Joined
Jul 7, 2015
Messages
4,682
Location
Blighty.
I'm no scientist, but there were a lot of chemicals belching from the muzzles of both cannon + thousands of rifles. Into the atmosphere! And no I don't believe in man-made weather change of any kind. I'm just pointing out an odd coincidence (maybe)
I think that there was a connection made with heavy rain over many battlefields during WW1, a few boffins have said that all the various chemicals, smoke etc had an adverse affect on weather conditions, come to think of it, Waterloo had extremely heavy rain as did Passchendaele and the Somme but then so did Agincourt, probably just a coincidence.
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
Henry Brown Civil War History Discussion 20
Top