Before You Get Going On “Globull Warming Causes Tornadoes”…

..perhaps you should listen to some experts

US meteorologists warned Thursday it would be a mistake to blame climate change for a seeming increase in tornadoes in the wake of deadly storms that have ripped through the US south.

“If you look at the past 60 years of data, the number of tornadoes is increasing significantly, but it’s agreed upon by the tornado community that it’s not a real increase,” said Grady Dixon, assistant professor of meteorology and climatology at Mississippi State University.

“It’s having to do with better (weather tracking) technology, more population, the fact that the population is better educated and more aware. So we’re seeing them more often,” Dixon said. (snip)

…the stronger-than-usual tornadoes affecting the southern states were actually predicted from examining the planet’s climatological patterns, specifically those related to the La Nina phenomenon.

But, if you do want to play the blame game, Warmists, when was the last really bad outbreak? April, 1974, when people were worried about a coming ice age. And April 1965, when the temps were ticking down. Because Nature Happens.

Sadly, there are people blaming climate change, which is, as we all know, code word for man releasing greenhouse gases, such as at Discovery News and The Huffington Post. And this pure fruit loops from Think Progress But, remember, we aren’t supposed to listen to non-climate scientists.

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2 Responses to “Before You Get Going On “Globull Warming Causes Tornadoes”…”

  1. Exactly.
    As someone said somewhere yesterday, tornadoes haven’t peaked–the population has. And they’re living where the storms are.

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