40th Anniversary Of The Worst Tornado Outbreak

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April 3-4, 1974 :  the US was hit by 30 category F4-F5 tornadoes which killed at least 319 people. The world’s top climate scientists were hysterical about global cooling at the time.

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6 Responses to 40th Anniversary Of The Worst Tornado Outbreak

  1. Dave N says:

    Later in the year was pretty terrible for weather here in Australia, too. It’s a good reference point to silence alarmists who scream after a heavy downpour or strong wind, here.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Climate scientists actually admit the frequency of Australian cyclones have dropped to record lows. Now exactly who is in denial??
      http://theconversation.com/tropical-cyclone-frequency-falls-to-centuries-low-in-australia-but-will-the-lull-last-20814
      Using an alarmist trick that correlation means causation, I could say
      “Increasing CO2 means less cyclones for Australia”. That’s great news for everyone living in the northern half of the country, but it just as stupid as saying “increasing CO2 means more cyclones for Australia.”
      Atmospheric CO2 has nothing to do with cyclones in any way. The only reason an alarmist would say so is to get government grants or introduce fraudulent taxes to buy credits from their mates in London. Either way its reprehensible.

      • Andy Oz says:

        PS Dave,
        I’m voting for the shooters and fishers party in the WA senate election tomorrow. They seem like a realistic level headed bunch compared to the rest of the chicken little’s. 😀

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