posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 08:52 AM
The 2013 hurricane season just ended as one of the five quietest years since 1960. But don’t expect anyone who pointed to last year’s
hurricanes as “proof” of the need to act against global warming to apologize; the warmists don’t work that way.
Warmist claims of a severe increase in hurricane activity go back to 2005 and Hurricane Katrina. The cover of Al Gore’s 2009 book, “Our Choice: A
Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis,” even features a satellite image of the globe with four major hurricanes superimposed.
Yet the evidence to the contrary was there all along. Back in 2005 I and others reviewed the entire hurricane record, which goes back over a century,
and found no increase of any kind. Yes, we sometimes get bad storms — but no more frequently now than in the past. The advocates simply ignored that
evidence — then repeated their false claims after Hurricane Sandy last year.
Read more here.
All the points brought up in this article are very easy to comprehend. It seems as if people have stopped arguing about this and they just believe
what they want to believe. Everything points to normal cycles. Nature doing it's thing. Shouldn't the IPCC refocus their massive efforts to
reducing pollution for the obvious reason, instead of fabricating more alarmist data to frighten folks into spending money on carbon credits?
I cannot help but think, the alarmists have been scammed by the ones they trusted. And it's still going on.
Apparently you have already forgotten Typhoon Haiyan. If the wind speeds are confirmed, it will be the most serious typhoon/hurricane on record. It
had sustained winds of 195 mph for over a minute.
One summer in the Atlantic Basin does not indicate anything.
There is more than one hurricane basin in the world. And while it was quiet this year for the Atlantic Basin, over all, the past decade has seen more
than its fair share of monster storms. There have been a lot of record breaking storms in the past decade.
The central pacific basin, which is supposed to see very little activity, now sees so much that they had to build a hurricane center in Hawaii.
The south Atlantic, which isn't supposed to have hurricanes at all, saw its first hurricane in 2004.
GW skeptics are as uneducated as evolution skeptics. They refute all information that supports GW, and cling to every opinion and blog that supports
You scream that there is no connection between GW and hurricanes, but the one quiet season in the Atlantic Basin, scream that it is proof that GW
Cherry picking at its worst.