James Taylor: Don’t Believe The Global Warmists, Major Hurricanes Are Less Frequent

When Hurricane Isaac made landfall in southern Louisiana last week, the storm provided a rare break in one of the longest periods of hurricane inactivity in U.S. history.

Seeking to deflect attention away from this comforting trend, global warming alarmists attempted a high-profile head fake, making public statements that the decline in recent hurricane activity masked an increase in strong, damaging hurricanes.

“The hurricanes that really matter, that cause damage, are increasing,” John Abraham, a mechanical engineer on the staff of little-known University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, told Discovery News.

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2 responses to “James Taylor: Don’t Believe The Global Warmists, Major Hurricanes Are Less Frequent

  1. “the decline in recent hurricane activity masked an increase in strong, damaging hurricanes.”

    Damage is random. A cat 5 that stays out to sea damages nothing. Cat 1 Isaac did significant damage in LA last week.

    Just more alarmism.

  2. Katrina flashback: “This is only the beinning! We will see more, perhaps several each season, extreme hurricanes, cat 5 and larger over the next ten years!”

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