December 30, 2018

AGW not causing increase in Tornadoes

Dana Mathewson

Our terrible Globull Warming should have been producing accelerated tornadoes -- among other things -- in the US. Of course. It goes without saying.

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1 The sudden increase of hurricanes rate in the USA is actually pretty much alarming. It is easy to read papersowl review before help in essays. The change in the climate is causing very negative impact on the global warming because of which we all are seeing this.

Posted by: Norbert Bednar at September 08, 2020 04:12 AM (QZ2Qu)

2 Sorry spammer Norbert Bednar but there has been no increase in hurricanes. In fact we are just coming out of one of the lowest hurricane decades. The media has people believing it's so much worse because people are building in flood plains now when they didn't used to so the media has lots of pictures to show.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at September 08, 2020 06:56 AM (gQ5Gb)

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