Celebrating 25 Years of Idiotic Hurricane Forecasts

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6 Responses to Celebrating 25 Years of Idiotic Hurricane Forecasts

  1. Ben says:

    “best practice” climate science says that that level of amplification only occurs at very high latitude, more in the winter, and more at night.

    However, the insurance guy isn’t a moron, as he put in a high enough scenario to justify raising rates.
    Climate scientists wait at the government trough for a grant. This clever gentlemen generated his own grant.

  2. Rosco says:

    Not really a hurricane comment but interesting nevertheless.

    I watched a BBC program called QI hosted by Stephen Fry last night.

    He quoted there had been 4 “White Christmas” events in London during the whole of the 20th Century – 1927 1938 1970 1981.

    There have been 3 in the 12 years since David Viner famously (vacuously ?) claimed “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is”.

    4 during the “cold ” (after data tampering) 20th Century – 4 in 100 years versus 3 in 12 years during the “hottest decades on record” ?

    I find that interesting – obviously Trenberth is right – the missing heat is the culprit.

    • Billy N.Z. says:

      That’s their problem,the heat is missing,so we are experiencing a colder climate. Hope they find it soon or we will all freeze.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Meanwhile, no major hurricanes in 8 years.

  4. Billy N.Z. says:

    Ironic his name is Fried man.

  5. Billy N.Z. says:

    If Trenberth could only find the missing heat and everyone would leave their fridge doors closed,we would all be fried.

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