Thursday, June 7, 2007

How Will Al Gore Blame Us Now?

Global warming might not cause hurricanes as the Goracle suggests?

In fact, just the opposite may be true:

Growing numbers of hurricanes battering the United States and the Caribbean have made their presence felt in the past decade and are forecast to worsen. Global warming has been cited as a possible cause but researchers looking at sediment and coral deposits have now identified natural variations in their frequency.

Hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans in 2005, was “unexceptional” when historic patterns of such stormy weather are analysed, they suggested.

Global warming may even have been responsible for unusually low levels of hurricanes in the 25 years before 1995 when the number began rising, according to the scientists, led by the Geological Survey of Sweden.

Using deposits trapped in sediment to indicate when hurricanes had taken place, the researchers built up a record detailing their number and frequency going back 270 years.

They found that the decline in hurricanes during the 1970s and 1980s was matched by similar declines in the past, indicating natural
variations in the weather patterns.

So weather phenomena is cyclic? Who'd have thunk it?

Perhaps the recent increase in the frequency and intensity of hurricanes is a direct result of the gale force bull crap coming from the "climate change" freaks and their Supreme Leader, Al Gore...

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