This New Report On Hurricanes Is Sure To Get A Stormy Reception By Climate Change Alarmists
Norvell Rose – Western Journalism – Climate Change Dispatch – December 1, 2014
On the website of The Nature Conservancy is the kind of matter-of-fact conclusion based on “scientific research” that you can find repeated, echoed, and amplified by numerous groups promoting a government-driven climate change agenda.
Scientific research indicates that climate change will cause hurricanes and tropical storms to become more intense — lasting longer, unleashing stronger winds, and causing more damage to coastal ecosystems and communities.
A major “scientific” study issued in the summer of 2013 by a climate researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) warned of increased activity of killer hurricanes because of global warming/climate change.
As reported by USA Today in July of last year:
One of the biggest debates in the climate change research community in recent years has been the projected impact of global warming on hurricanes. Will it make them stronger? More frequent? Longer lasting?
[The MIT] study used six newly upgraded global climate computer models to simulate future hurricane activity around the world. [The] study found that these killer storms will not only increase in intensity during the 21st century, as many previous studies had predicted, but will also increase in frequency in most locations.
The researchers behind the ominous study basically discounted their own efforts by suggesting that any evidence or experience that didn’t support their projections could be dismissed because they would be based on dumb “luck.” (Continue reading here….)