• Guardian Shocked That Florida Residents Remain Climate Sceptical

    • Date: 12/09/17
    • Watts Up With THat

    Guardian Reporter Ed Pilkington has been running around Marco Island Florida, desperately trying to find someone who thinks climate change is a problem. Floridians battered by Irma maintain climate change is no ‘big deal’ On Marco Island, widespread destruction in Irma’s wake is not enough to make believers out of some climate change skeptics They sat […]

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  • Hurricane Irma Comes 7th In List Of Landfalling U.S. Hurricanes

    • Date: 10/09/17
    • Watts Up With That

    While this won’t be of much comfort for those that are squarely in it’s path right now, it is a small bit of good news. Dr. Philip Klotzbach has compiled rankings of both hurricane Irma and Harvey when they made landfall. Compared to the 1935 Labor Day storm, Irma is a distant 7th, tied with the 1928 […]

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  • Don’t Blame Hurricanes Harvey And Irma On Global Warming

    • Date: 09/09/17
    • Alan Reynolds, Newsweek

    Yes, warmer ocean temperatures would logically seem to correlate with more or stronger hurricanes, but as shown below, they don’t. “ Harvey Is What Climate Change Looks Like : It’s time to open our eyes and prepare for the world that’s coming.” That August 28 Politico article by Slate weatherman Eric Holthaus was one of many trying too hard to blame […]

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  • Despite Relatively Cool Atlantic Waters Irma Formed Into Major Hurricane: Why?

    • Date: 09/09/17
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    The surprising thing about Irma’s development into a major hurricane was that it developed over relatively cool waters in the Atlantic – 26.5 C — the rule of thumb is 28.5 C for a major hurricane. Irma became a hurricane on 8/31.  CFAN’s calibrated track probabilities are shown below for ECMWF (top) and NOAA GEFS […]

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  • James Lovelock On ‘Wicked’ Renewables And Why He Changed His Mind On Climate Change

    • Date: 07/09/17
    • James Delingpole, The Spectator

    Environmentalism has gone too far; renewable energy is a disaster; scares about pesticides and chemicals are horribly overdone; no, the planet is not going to end any time soon; and, by the way, the answer is nuclear… This isn’t me speaking, but the views of an environmentalist so learned, distinguished and influential you could call […]

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  • 5 Hurricane Charts Climate Alarmists Don’t Want You to See

    • Date: 03/09/17
    • Independent Journal Review

    There will be some who attempt to exploit national crises like Hurricane Harvey for political gain. But the most important thing is to look at the facts. In the wake of the disastrous Hurricane Harvey, and another powerful hurricane developing in the Atlantic, there has been a ceaseless stream of attempts to link the natural weather events to man-made climate […]

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  • Hurricane Experts: U.S. Hurricane Activity Is Cyclical, Landfalls Declining

    • Date: 02/09/17
    • P. Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    “Global warming has no influence – we have had major impact hurricanes in the past when it was cooler – it is all cyclical.” Way back in February, Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) veteran meteorologist David Dilley predicted that the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season would be “the most dangerous and costliest in 12 years for the United States.” […]

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  • Shame On The Eco-Ghouls Exploiting Hurricane Harvey

    • Date: 31/08/17
    • Brendan O'Neill, The Spectator

    Here they come, the eco-ghouls, feasting on another natural disaster. This time it’s the floods in Houston. No sooner had Hurricane Harvey caused terrifying waters to consume entire streets and trailer parks than the eco-set was rushing in to try to make moral mileage out of it all. This is climate change in action, they decreed. […]

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