Storm Chasers

After two busy hurricane years in 2004 and 2005, many of the world’s leading experts (including Judith Curry and Roger Pielke) concluded that global warming was making major hurricanes hit more often.

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Google News Archive Search

Since the study was released, the US has gone almost eight years without a major hurricane strike – the longest such period since the Civil War.

Climate science seems to be based around finding ways to blame any type of recent weather on man-made CO2, even though CO2 has little or nothing to do with it.

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Weather Street: 2013 Atlantic Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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4 Responses to Storm Chasers

  1. Andy DC says:

    Lack of hurricanes is a sure sign of Global Weirding, which is totally consistent with a warming planet. We either have too many or too few. Never the exact right amount, like we always had prior to 350 ppm.

  2. ACR says:

    Don’t underestimate the schtick’s ability to manufacture hurricanes. None of 2013’s four named tropical storms had tropical storm force winds measured by land based stations.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Headline from an hour ago:

    Above Average Hurricane Season Still Expected for 2013, Forecasters Say

    Forecast slightly reduced from spring 2013 prediction, however.

    I suppose that a hurricane count of zero could be above average if negative hurricanes exist. We know that climate change causes everything, so it must also cause negative hurricanes.

  4. Hugh K says:

    Evidently, back in 2005, many of the world’s leading experts weren’t counting on Dick Cheney’s hurricane producing machine being outed.

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