Global Warming’s Hurricane Link Disputed

I thought it was a concensus? Doesn’t every scientist Believe? I reckon’ not

At its essence, hurricane season moves to a simple rhythm.

Sea temperatures rise in June, allowing the first, weak storms to form. Hurricane activity peaks in early fall, when the seas are warmest. The storms don’t ebb until November, as the oceans cool.

This correlation led many scientists to conclude that as global warming heated the oceans, so, too, would hurricanes become more powerful and seasons longer. But in the wake of two relatively quiet Atlantic storm years, two climate scientists have completed a study that sharply contradicts this conclusion.

The scientists, Gabriel Vecchi, of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Brian Soden, of the University of Miami, found that natural climate variations such as El Niño likely have a larger effect on hurricanes than global warming.

And since these regional patterns oscillate over time, the scientists concluded, there is likely to be no discernible trend in the number or intensity of hurricanes in coming decades, even though the oceans will likely warm by 4 or 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Basically, the article shows how climahysterics have used junk science to create a false sense that hurricane intensity will increase and that there will be more every year. They jumped to hysterical conclusions without proper evidence, nor did they investigate scientifically. Instead, they jumped to unfounded conclusions. Pretty much sums up the whole anthropogenic climate change issue. But, then, since it is about sucking money from gullible people’s pockets and instituting global socialism, and the gullible liberals are buying in to it hook, line, and stinker.

Just remember to ask the climahysterics the question “have you changed your lifestyle to match your rhetoric?” I have yet to find one who has.

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2 Responses to “Global Warming’s Hurricane Link Disputed”

  1. John Ryan says:

    utterly preposterous that man could have an impact on his environment. Poppycock !!!

  2. That is not what I am saying, John, and, once again, you fail to address the central point of the post.

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