Climate Reminder!!! Global Warming To Cause More And Stronger Hurricanes!!!!

 

You see, as the world emits CO2 and all that energy gets emitted into the boiling vats of acid we used to call the oceans, we know that this provides more energy for hurricanes.  So, obviously, they’ll get much worse. 

Here is the last 30 years of man ravaging the climate with CO2 and mother nature exacting her revenge on us!

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To read the graph, the bottom (blue) line is the global major hurricanes in a 12 month running mean with linear trend.  The middle (red) line is the all of the hurricanes, major and minor, with liner trend.  Top line (green) is the total global tropical storms added to the hurricanes with linear trend. 

To review, the major hurricanes have not increased in frequency.  The total amount of hurricanes have decreased, as well as the total number of tropical storms. 

What happens to a hypothesis when the data contradicts the thought?  Well, real scientists discard the thought and begin anew.  Climate scientists keep repeating the mantra as if that would change the data. 

Alarmists are the most anti-science, reality denying, superstitious lot we’ve seen since witch burners. 

Before some pinheads tries to babble bs about the storms being stronger, here is the Accumulated Cyclone Energy for the last 4 decades.

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30 Responses to Climate Reminder!!! Global Warming To Cause More And Stronger Hurricanes!!!!

  1. tckev says:

    And satellite GEOS 13 has died so the hurricanes, tropical storms, named windy squalls and nearly serious Atlantic gusts will be harder to see this year (or until they get GEOS 15 working in its place.) http://www.satellitetoday.com/st/curated/NOAAs-GOES-13-Fails-for-the-Second-Time-in-Two-Years_41252.html

  2. david says:

    David Appell will be by shortly to explain to you folk how, as this is not a peer reviewed study in the correct scientific journal, it is meaningless.

  3. Keitho says:

    You have seen this I suppose . . .

    http://www.bishop-hill.net/blog/2013/5/27/met-office-admits-claims-of-significant-temperature-rise-unt.html?currentPage=2#comments

    Does kind of put a hole below the water line of the bed wetters.

    • Jim Masterson says:

      It’s a very interesting read. Thanks for posting the link.

      Jim

    • tckev says:

      I have just been reading it. Now that is going to ripple out and hopefully Julia Slingo and Jones et al will be sent packing. Doug Keenan and Lord Donoughue have fought this particular battle well. I wonder what next?

    • Bruce says:

      Anthony has a sticky post on it too, where I’ve been just now adding my 2c worth.

      All that is needed for the UK Met Office to get together with NASA GSFC and the world will be very nice, if somewhat cold for the next few decades.

    • suyts says:

      Yeh, I saw it Keitho. It will open a never ending debate of what type of formula is proper to use and thus what values are and are not “statistically significant”.

  4. HankH says:

    That looks like some very worrisome lessmore hurricane and tropical storm activity. Out here we don’t have to worry about hurricanes or tropical storms. What we have to worry about is global warming is making the cacti more aggressive.

    It’s a frightening problem. This poor guy was out playing a round of golf when he was savagely attacked by a cholla cactus, the orneriest of them all. Scientists announced that this attack was definitely brought on by unprecedented high temperatures that stressed the cactus, causing it to attack the man for his sweat.

    • Jim Masterson says:

      Ouch!

      Jim

      • HankH says:

        LOL, if we don’t soon do something about global warming, everyone here will be forced to become climate refugees and move to Kansas where cacti cant survive those long moreless snowy winters.

    • kim2ooo says:

      Now that’s a “hazard”.

      • HankH says:

        You can tell those paramedics have never seen such a brutal attack. And they’re getting more frequent because the global warming makes the cacti more aggressive and all the anthropogenic CO2 is making them stronger and more prolific.

        • kim2ooo says:

          🙂
          We should do something…call the EPA?

        • HankH says:

          I’m thinking of applying for a government grant to study the effects of global warming on cacti. My theory is we could cross-pollinate the cholla with a less aggressive species and maybe buy ourselves some time. But it’s a bandaid solution. I’ll prolly need more grant money to come up with a better solution.

  5. tckev says:

    I note that Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction has predicted some very stormy weather for the next 3 days, particularly the Gulf States. Will be interesting to see how that pans out as he made the prediction in April. His forecast (good till June 1) is at http://bit.ly/10Ul8Zv.

    • cdquarles says:

      There are a couple of tropical waves in/near FL and the Bahamas currently, looking at the satellite picture. The Gulf environment is not favorable for development normally this time of year; but the southern parts of the Caribbean is; so if it holds together, then Southern Mexico, Belize, etc areas could get a storm.

  6. philjourdan says:

    I made the observation last year on WUWT that ever hurricane season is forecast to be above average. Surprisingly, some are, and some are not. So some would say – that is average.

  7. Latitude says:

    This is about the most rediculous “science”…and the debate is even more over the top

    First, you let the crooks define what is normal……

    Do you guys realize if you move that “normal” line up just 1/2 a degree……we’re NORMAL!

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