Quietest Hurricane Period On Record

March 2012

The last two calendar years saw a total of 146 global tropical cyclones, the lowest 2-year total in records since at least 1970. In the past 24-months, including ongoing Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone activity, there have been a total of 141 global tropical storms. This is also a record low.

http://policlimate.com/tropical/

Time Magazine babbles mindlessly about global warming and hurricanes, without bothering to do any actual research.

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5 Responses to Quietest Hurricane Period On Record

  1. Kaboom says:

    And that’s with observational bias due to better satellite coverage after 1970.

  2. Eric Barnes says:

    Research is heresy!

  3. suyts says:

    They are advocates, they lie. And, they mindless imbeciles to boot. So, the expectation of any actual integrity or attempt at real journalism is a pretty low prospect.

  4. John B., M.D. says:

    Off topic, but amazing how they can get an accurate headcount of millions of species every year in order to determine this loss of biodiversity.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47421743/ns/technology_and_science-science/

    What a load of crap. Let’s see their data.

  5. Don Gaddes says:

    No categorised cyclones crossed the Australian mainland this ‘ season’. (mid December 2011 – May 2012.) None, Nix, Nada, Nil.
    Colder and Drier, ( as mooted by Alex S Gaddes in his book ‘Tomorrow’s Weather’ 1990.)
    An updated version of this work (with ‘Dry’ Cycle forecasts to 2055,) is available as a free pdf from dongaddes93@gmail.com

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