Hurricane Joaquin Is #ClimateChange Or Something

I’m actually surprised that so few members of the Cult of Climastrology have linked Joaquin to climate change, but, hey, it just reached hurricane status, so there is plenty of time for them to trot out their stale talking points. So far, here’s the winner

This brings to mind a question: if that warm blob is so bad, why are we only at the 10th named storm in late September? Remember, we were told that Hotcoldwetdry would mean more hurricanes, that the massive 2005 season would be the new normal. Yet, the US has only seen one landfalling hurricane since 2008, and few tropical storm landfalls. That’s not to say even tropical storms, heck, depressions, can’t be dangerous. But, we certainly aren’t seeing even normal land strikes from tropical systems.

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There will surely be more to come.

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2 Responses to “Hurricane Joaquin Is #ClimateChange Or Something”

  1. Curran says:

    Did you notice the “Record Warmest” areas are all in the oceans and predominately uninhabited areas…presumably so no one can actually verify the results. The cooler areas are where people actually live.

  2. Jl says:

    And the lack of a hurricane Joaquin would be evidence of climate change, too, according to the cult.

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