Storm Dearth On Peak Hurricane Day!!!! —- What Winning Looks Like!!


You know, there’s two things I absolutely love about this!  The first one would be self-evident.  Sept 12 is the peak day during our hurricane season.  This year, nothing, nade, zippo happened.  ….

Global Warming Gives Us The First Storm-Free Peak Hurricane Season In Nearly Four Decades

Remember the freak weather global warming was supposed to cause? It’s to the point where the Obama administration feels that this is a national security priority (it isn’t). Nevertheless, Mother Nature decided to play another prank on environmentalists with their global warming nonsense by giving us the first storm-free peak hurricane season in nearly four decades:

September 12 marks the peak of the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season, but this year the day passed without any named storms. Odder still, the recently restless Pacific Ocean had a quiet day, too. In fact, across the entire Northern Hemisphere, not a single tropical storm swirled.

Global warming is preventing the ice caps from melting, wreaking havoc on Antarctic research stations by preventing easy access for resupply ships due to the accumulation of sea ice, and expanded the Arctic Ice Cap by 533,000 square miles. Global temperatures have stagnated for nearly 16 years, and we’ve seen some of the quietest tornado seasons on record. In 2013, it was the calmest tornado season in six decades. In 2015, the tornado count is 59 percent below average.

No wonder why the CIA shut down its climate research program.

As most readers would know, I consider this a dead issue.  There’s no empirical evidence to suggest global warming, much less any disastrous effects of the imaginary global warming.  It’s just not there, and I’ve looked and documented it throughout this blog’s history.  Hurricanes, snow, sea ice, fires, floods, sea level rise, droughts, ……. you name it, we’ve looked at it.  There’s no empirical evidence, and we’ve decades of data, to suggest any doom or catastrophe on the horizon.  There’s none.  Indeed, if there is actually such a thing as a warming globe, (no one has a proper measurement of the actual earth’s temperature) then, it seems rather beneficial to earth, the flora and fauna, and humanity. 

But, the other thing I really like about this is the source of the article ……  Townhall.  I read it daily.  It almost never mentions climate issues.  As in, I don’t recall them writing about it.  They may have, in the past, but, it’s certainly never been a focus of theirs.  Breitbart has Delingpole, but, even he’s gone writing about other issues.  The skepticism has finally reached to next tier!  It’s a huge step!  While LSM isn’t dead, yet.  It’s dying.  The new media will supplant them.  Yes, it’s years in the offing, but, it’s happening as we speak!  Climate skepticism seems to be embraced by the new media.  More, and more, and more of the citizenry will become more and more exposed to the facts behind the skepticism.  And, they’ll be more and more receptive to it!  We’ve not just turned the corner!  We’re on the downhill ride! 

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3 Responses to Storm Dearth On Peak Hurricane Day!!!! —- What Winning Looks Like!!

  1. omanuel says:

    An even higher power controls Earth’s climate and weather:

  2. Latitude says:

    Breitbart has Delingpole, but, even he’s gone writing about other issues.

    He just wrote a doozy!

    More Bad News For Climate Alarmists: Another Study Confirms Africa’s Deserts Are Getting Greener

    Climate change has saved hundreds of thousands of Africans from extreme poverty, starvation and premature death, a study from Arizona State University has confirmed.

    The study shows that the West African Sahel – part of the semiarid strip just south of the Sahara desert, which spans the African continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea – has been steadily “regreening” since the severe droughts of the 1970s and 1980s which killed more than 100,000 people.

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