Hotcoldwetdry Is Causing Americans To Relocate Or Something

See, before the climate crisis (scam) Americans never relocated. Everyone pretty much stayed in the same place. There were no snowbirds

Climate change is leading many Americans to look for new places to live

In a year of mounting extreme weather disasters linked to climate change, more and more Americans say they are experiencing the adverse consequences of global warming and are looking to move to find relief.

For Leslie Woz, who has lived with her husband in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., for the past nine years and endured three hurricanes, the steady erosion of the coastal dunes because of rising sea levels and storm frequency has become a concern.

“The talk of rising seas is true, and we see the sea encroaching more each year,” Woz told Yahoo News. “As a result, we are very happy that we chose to rent and not buy on the beach. We would like to move to an area that would not have as much risk, but quite frankly, looking at the options across the country — with tornadoes, drought, wildfires, ice storms — we just are not sure where to go.”

There were no hurricanes before ‘climate change’, you know. Certainly not ones that struck Florida! And ice storms are apparently your fault for refusing to replace your affordable fossil fueled vehicle with an expensive EV

As rising global temperatures increase the risks of drought and wildfires across the West, severe hurricanes along much of the coastal South and East, and widespread deadly heat waves, a significant number of U.S. residents have begun to contemplate moving to escape worsening living conditions due to climate change.

A Yahoo News/YouGov poll conducted between July 30 and Aug. 2 found that a clear majority of Americans (55 percent) say they have noticed more extreme weather events where they live (heat waves, fires, storms, etc.), while just 37 percent say they have not. Of those who have noticed extreme weather in their area, a full 15 percent say they are considering the drastic step of moving elsewhere because of it.

Of course, in reality, weather is not anymore extreme than before, but, we wouldn’t want scientific facts to get in the way of a good doomsday cult narrative.

Since the dawn of the industrial age, average global temperatures have risen 1.2 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), and while that may not seem like much, it has already had a profound impact on extreme weather events worldwide. This summer’s extreme weather in the U.S. has proved to be a wake-up call for many Americans, and there is virtually no part of the country now where climate migration hasn’t become a topic of conversation.

No, it hasn’t. The actual numbers are around 1.5F (1C) since 1850. Something entirely normal during a Holocene warm period. Even if the 2.7F was correct, that would be entirely in-line with Holocene warm periods.

The climate will always change. Weather patterns will shift. That is life on Earth. Nothing is static. There’s no reason to assign witchcraft or Gods, er, human activity to it. This is all just another case of the media being advocates, rather than doing their jobs as skeptics and asking questions. I bet if the actions of news outlets were restricted, along with being slapped with carbon taxes, they’d change their minds.

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6 Responses to “Hotcoldwetdry Is Causing Americans To Relocate Or Something”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach: “… before the climate crisis (scam) Americans never relocated.”

    Teach’s constant all-or-none sarcasm comes off as kind of whiny, no?

    Anyway, the data of the cited article was a poll showing that 55% of Americans note weather changes associated with global warming and 15% are considering moving.

    A Yahoo News/YouGov poll conducted between July 30 and Aug. 2 found that a clear majority of Americans (55 percent) say they have noticed more extreme weather events where they live (heat waves, fires, storms, etc.), while just 37 percent say they have not. Of those who have noticed extreme weather in their area, a full 15 percent say they are considering the drastic step of moving elsewhere because of it.

    And like any “good” tabloid report the Yahoo! News folks pepper the article with scientifically meaningless first person reports of fears of hurricanes and wildfires.

    Stop paying attention to the constant roar from crappy “news” services.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Stop paying attention to Rimjob.
      A dipshit he is and he’s constantly wrong on pretty much everything like Johnnie the retarded Buddhist.
      https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_unsure.gif

      Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

    • Jl says:

      “They noticed more extreme weather events.,”. Of course, with the news hyperventilating every time there’s a storm saying it’s unprecedented-they maybe would. But there’s no more than earlier times…

  2. Hairy says:

    Teach that 1C rise
    It never seems to change
    Why is that? What year did it stop being g revised?
    And Teach would you agree that tge rate of increase is increasing?
    It seems to have been stuck at 1C for over the last 20 years
    And if course also the yearly total ice loss on our anet is also increasing as Temps warm faster

  3. est1950 says:

    https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/sealevel.html

    Sea level continues to rise at a rate of about one-eighth of an inch per year.

    WHOA is the people who for the last 9 years saw the oceans rise 1 inch.

    Higher sea levels mean that deadly and destructive storm surges push farther inland than they once did, which also means more frequent nuisance flooding. Disruptive and expensive, nuisance flooding is estimated to be from 300 percent to 900 percent more frequent within U.S. coastal communities than it was just 50 years ago.

    The above is 1000 percent true but notice that NOAA is talking in circles? The just state the obvious higher sea levels mean deadly and destructive storm surges….OF course they do….but an INCH?

    To read this article that INCH will devestate the people of the world.

    From another dot Gov website.

    • By 2100, global temperatures may rise between ((((((((2.0° and 11.5°F ))))))))•

    This ***may*** cause further melting of the Greenland ice sheet and other glaciers and ***warm the oceans**** resulting in a rise in sea level • Predicted sea-level rise by 2100 is between 0.6 feet and 1.9 feet (lower than their earlier estimate of 0.3-2.9 feet)

    Blah blah blah….around in circles they talk protecting themselves from criticism. 2-11 degrees is drastic. MAY this, MAY that.

    This is real science. IF i pull the pin on a hand grenade it might explode or it may be a dud. 50 cents to the person who will stake his life on the MAY aspect of that promise.

    • Professor hale says:

      It’s all about the money. Getting politicians to spend other peoples money has never been easier and they still have to lie about it.

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