Florida Hurricanes Occur Half As Often As They Used To

Florida hurricane landfalls used to occur about once per year. Now they occur about once every other year. The current hurricane free stretch is unprecedented.

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Florida hurricanes peaked during the 1870s and 1880s, when CO2 was 280 PPM. The current decade has brought no hurricanes to Florida.

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HURDAT Re-analysis Chronological List of All Hurricanes

Global warming has made Florida much safer, and coal producers should be given a tax rebate as part of Hansen’s program to count the cost of CO2 generation.

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2 Responses to Florida Hurricanes Occur Half As Often As They Used To

  1. joshuah says:

    If the only data you had was from 1980-2000 you might think it was spiraling out of control.

  2. chris y says:

    Oh great. Another hockey stick!

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