Experts Busted Again : Three Consecutive Years Of Record Low Tornado Activity

Three years ago, climate experts blamed the tornado in Joplin, Missouri on global warming.

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Each of the three years since that claim was made, have successively broken the record for record low tornado activity in the US.

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11 Responses to Experts Busted Again : Three Consecutive Years Of Record Low Tornado Activity

  1. An Inquirer says:

    Three years ago, many skeptics pointed out that increased tornado activity — especially in the Mid South and South — was consistent with increasing “colder” air from the Arctic since tornadoes originate when cold air and hot air hit each other on the plains. Now with plunging tornado numbers in the last three years, any comments?

  2. Andy DC says:

    Leading climate experts have told us that climate change causes fewer tornadoes when it is not causing more tornadoes. Who are you to criticize settled science and thousands of peer reviewed studies? Do you want to leave a world for your children that contains both more and less tornadoes?

  3. annieoakley says:

    Has NOAA informed the EPA? sarc/

  4. mwhite says:

    Before Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global warming

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4270640.stm

    “More than 8,000 people were killed, most drowned or crushed. Corpses were later piled onto carts for burial at sea”

    • inMAGICn says:

      Could you imagine the environmental red tape, protests, and general hullaballoo that such a project (the re-engineering and rebuilding of Galveston) would provoke these days. I don’t think it could be rebuilt.

  5. inMAGICn says:

    …days?

  6. Psalmon says:

    I’m always interested how averages for something like Tornadoes (that are recently low – not predicted by global warming) includes the current year, but average Arctic ice (low – consistent) is only thru 2010 year after year, as if the last 4 years couldn’t possibly be part of a natural average.

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