IPCC Hurricane Data Now Questioned

The hit parade keeps coming and coming. Meanwhile, the climate alarmists are projecting denial and anger. A bit of bargaining, but, they are nowhere acceptance, as they religiously stick to their Gore Approved talking points

More trouble looms for the IPCC. The body may need to revise statements made in its Fourth Assessment Report on hurricanes and global warming. A statistical analysis of the raw data shows that the claims that global hurricane activity has increased cannot be supported.

Les Hatton once fixed weather models at the Met Office. Having studied Maths at Cambridge, he completed his PhD as metereologist: his PhD was the study of tornadoes and waterspouts. He’s a fellow of the Royal Meterological Society, currently teaches at the University of Kingston, and is well known in the software engineering community – his studies include critical systems analysis.

I wonder what kind of “fake but accurate” response the True Believers will concoct to attempt to rebut this information. Or, will they simply go with the standard personal attack on Hatton?

As the saying goes, read the whole thing.

Meanwhile, there are also issues with Scandinavian data in the IPCC report, as well as errors in Met Office records that “form a central part of the scientific evidence for AGW.”

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5 Responses to “IPCC Hurricane Data Now Questioned”

  1. Reasic says:

    lol. That’s not journalism. He only interviewed one person for the article, and got the reason that Chris Landsea resigned his IPCC position wrong. It was over statements made by Trenberth at a speech at Harvard, not over anything in the report. The report was actually in line with his view on the subject.

    Whatever you can get that supports your preconceived notions, though, huh?

  2. Otter says:

    Looks like you were right on the money, Teach! Whatever realsick was talking about, it has nothing to do with hurricanes.

  3. Denial. Anger. Interestingly, the IPCC was completely wrong on the hurricanes, but, hey, whatever fake science gets you through the day, Reasic.

  4. reasic says:

    Anger? lol.

    What evidence do you have that the IPCC was “completely wrong” on hurricanes? Are you basing that statement solely on this hack job article, which is based on an interview with ONE meteorologist, or is there something else I’ve not seen?

  5. Trish says:

    Too bad there weren’t some students backpacking along the Gulf coast during hurricane season, and their anecdotal evidence wasn’t then featured in a back packer magazine for corroboration by the IPCC. Or a dissertation on said subject, by a geography student who was already an AGW believer. Then we’d have proof that Global warming is causing more hurricanes. Or not.

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