posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 10:37 AM
This is certainly an interesting article:
Climate change can't be blamed for any of the events that made the past tropical cyclone season the worst in recent times, a report by a group of
international experts says.
"No single high impact tropical cyclone event of 2004 and 2005 can be directly attributed to global warming," it says in a report submitted to the
World Meteorological Organization's (WMO) Commission for Atmospheric Sciences, which is meeting in South Africa .
Dr John McBride is a principal research scientist at Australia's Bureau of Meteorology and reports to the WMO on the effects of climate change on
He is also chair of the international WMO committee that produced the report.Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
This is pretty much what many of us have been talking about, satellite tracking only
began 40 yrs ago, and warming of the sea alone isn't
enough to create freak storms:
A current argument suggests that as climate change causes the seas to warm the oceans store more energy that can be harnessed by the wind to form
But this is too simplistic, McBride says.