Today marks seven years since a major hurricane hit the US, the longest such period since at least the Civil War. Climate experts tell us that the hurricanes we aren’t having would be stronger if they were happening.
It has also been more than twenty years since a category five hurricane hit the US. This summer had the fewest tornadoes on record in the US. The dearth of hurricanes and tornadoes are a sure sign that man-made extreme weather is exploding, and is going to kill us all.