Remember Global Warming?

After Katerina the Global Warming Priests warned us. Repent, before it is too late. The High Priests said with Global Warming we can expect 2-3 Katerina level storms every year. Too bad Mother Nature did not get the memo.

Season Approaches: U.S. Hits Record 127 Months Since Major Hurricane Strike

For the low information types, that is over ten years.

Remember: In 2006, CBS’s Hannah Storm Claims Katrina-like Storms Will Happen “All Along Our Atlantic and Gulf Coastlines.”

Also Remember: “No End in Sight” For Big Hurricanes, CBS Says Less than a month after Katrina made landfall, CBS anchor Russ Mitchell predicted that there would be “continued high levels of hurricane activity and high levels of hurricane landfalls for the next decade or perhaps even longer.”

Also Remember: NBC Blames Global Warming for Stronger Hurricanes, Says It’s ‘A Trend That’s Likely to Continue’ In the weeks following Katrina, NBC turned to global warming as the hurricane’s cause. On September 18, 2005, Nightly News anchor John Seigenthaler said, “Scientists studying the earth’s climate say we are experiencing stronger hurricanes in this century, a trend that’s likely to continue.”

Also Remember: “Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta examined data for a range of climate variables thought to contribute to the formation of hurricanes in categories 4 and 5, the upper end of the strength scale.  Only sea surface temperature showed a strong correlation with the observed increase in the occurrence of these storms since 1970.  And with sea temperatures set to rise still further, that means the next few decades could bring even more hurricanes like Katrina, which hammered New Orleans in August 2005.”

Also Remember: All three broadcast networks claimed multiple times that Hurricane Katrina was not only caused by global warming, but also a sign of bad things to come.


Season Approaches: U.S. Hits Record 127 Months Since Major Hurricane Strike

With hurricane season set to start next week, Tuesday (May 24) marks a record 127 months since a major hurricane has made landfall in the continental United States, according to statistics compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Research Division, which keeps data on all the hurricanes that have struck the U.S. since 1851.




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