As CO2 Levels Rise, We Expect Newsweek To Get Breathtakingly Stupid

2009 was in the bottom 10% of tornado frequency, and 2010 was also below normal. No hurricanes hit the US during either of the past two years.



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5 Responses to As CO2 Levels Rise, We Expect Newsweek To Get Breathtakingly Stupid

  1. RVDL says:

    The Tornado – Pacific Decadal Oscillation Connection
    May 25th, 2011 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

    ” strong to violent tornadoes occur in unusually COOL years, not warm years.”

  2. Sundance says:

    I thought they already were breathtakingly stupid and would remain so until CO2 could be lowered beneath 350PPM? There is a chance though that they could reach a tipping point where there is no return from breathtakingly stupid.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    During all those low fatality tornado years, we never heard the alarmists say that warming was preventing severe tornadoes. Now that we have had a couple, they were sure quick to jump on the bandwagon.

  4. GregO says:

    Dropped my subscription of many years to Newsweek after Climategate. I had just found out about the Global Warming Fraud from reading about Climategate in the WSJ and was so sure that the biggest fraud in the history of science, Man-Made-Global-Warming, as revealed by the Climategate emails would be eagerly covered by the likes of Newsweek. Nothing. Crickets.

    Then I started wondering about what other lies they were part of. It really scared me – I just couldn’t believe their lameness. Now this cr@p. They are getting worse than the worst yellow journalism – like the rags at the supermarket checkout stand with their never ending headlines of Elvis sightings and alien abductions. American journalism is at an all time low. It has never in my lifetime been worse.

    It is beyond my comprehension how their so-called science writer Sharon Begley can possibly make any kind of link between man-made CO2 and the horrible recent and tragic tornadoes in the mid-west. There is no science linking the two.

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