Surprise: Hurricane Harvey Blamed On ‘Climate Change’

If Harvey hits Texas as an actual hurricane, which is looking likely, it will have been the first time in 9 years that Texas was hit by a hurricane. And one of the few actual hurricane strikes on the continental U.S. since 2008. If it makes it to major hurricane status (category 3+), which is a possibility, it would be the first time since Wilma in October of 2005.

So, of course, we get this


There’s plenty more on Twitter.

And from Big Joe

More: As you would expect, Twitter has really gone downhill now that Harvey is expected to land as a Cat 3. The first in almost 12 years. And we’re getting stuff like

Unprecedented. Sigh.

What caused the Gulf to be so warm back during the Great Galveston hurricane of 1900?

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3 Responses to “Surprise: Hurricane Harvey Blamed On ‘Climate Change’”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    You see, science has overcome time and space. Well, Harvey has overcome not only time and space — but any objections.

    -Elwood P. Dowd

  2. Robert says:

    We were supposed to have increased drought and they were supposed to last longer too. We were supposed to experience more tornadoes as well as more frequent and stronger hurricanes. When absolutely none of these occurred but in fact the numbers decreased along with the severity they are left with jumping on the very first hurricane to make landfall in over what 10 years? Then they just go nuts over it. Do any of these individuals realize just how silly they are making themselves look? But I guess when you are going to have only one chance to toot your global warming excuse me your climate change horn once every 10 years when you were told by all of these knowledge scientists that you could toot it every year maybe we should just cut them some slack and simply ignore them.

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