October Hurricanes More Prevalent When CO2 Was Below 350ppm

An interesting graphic via Steven Goddard

As Steven points out: “October hurricane strikes occurred almost three times as often during the 19th century as they do now. They used to happen about once every 1.7 years, and now they happen about once every five years.”

So, perhaps that means that anthropogenic global warming, also known as “climate change”, should be a good thing, right? Of course, Warmists will now claim that while they may be less frequent, they’re bigger and more powerful. Alas, they have no proof. Just wishful thinking. And right now, Warmists are really not enthused about the Sandy enforced week or more of Earth Hours.

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3 Responses to “October Hurricanes More Prevalent When CO2 Was Below 350ppm”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    Time to step up oh wondrous liberals. Show us how it is to live without electricity and electric-powered flowing water. Show us how to live without cell phones, ipads and the evil air conditioning. Bet you are thanking your unheavenly-not-godly stars that you’re not living in W. Virginia right now, huh?!?

  2. You know, it’s weird that John Ryan hasn’t bothered to comment on this hard data, eh?

  3. Trish says:

    Go figure. Perhaps one or two of them will recognize these facts, and admit that the “science is not in”.
    Nah, it’s their religion we’re refuting. Or more like a crack addiction.

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