The high peak in tornado in 2011, the most in fifty years, was quickly attributed to global warming. Eric Berger asks: How does this explain this year’s low number, the fewest in fifty years?


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The uncertainty of science: The high peak in tornado in 2011, the most in fifty years, was quickly attributed to global warming. Eric Berger asks: How does this explain this year’s low number, the fewest in fifty years?

If you click on the first link, you will see that the global warming scientists quoted, Kevin Trenberth, Michael Mann, and Gavin Schmidt, were all involved in the climategate emails, where they came off very badly. Moreover, there have been significant questions about the work of Michael Mann himself. I also wonder if these guys will have anything to say about the dearth of tornadoes today.

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2 comments

  • D. K. Williams

    A friend of mine who actually told me he is a “global warming nut,” told me global warming causes erratic weather, even…wait for it…colder temperatures. These people are like Freud. They can justify anything out of their phony belief system. Psychoanalyisis and global warming ideology–interesting.

  • John M. Egan

    We all know about psychobabble. Now, thanks to Climategate, Al Gore, and other proponents of this politically driven liberal motivation we now have climobabble!

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