Violent Tornadoes Down 30% Since Global Cooling Ended

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6 Responses to Violent Tornadoes Down 30% Since Global Cooling Ended

  1. jeremy says:

    sorry about being off topic but I need help. I sterd up a hornets nest with some tree huger hippy on youtube. If you would please answer my question yes or no and I want bother you no more. Do our tax dallors help pay for agw research grants.

  2. Robertv says:

    OT Remember that man that wants to reincarnate as a deadly virus?

    Just wonder.

  3. gator69 says:

    Friendly tornadoes on the increase! Panic and raise taxes!

  4. gator69 says:

    Climate refugees pouring into the US!

    “ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Reports from tens of thousands of bird-counting volunteers show a southern invasion of Arctic-dwelling snowy owls has spread to 25 states, and frigid cold is causing unusual movements of waterfowl.

    Results are still coming in from the four-day annual Great Backyard Bird Count sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, National Audubon Society and Bird Studies Canada. Sponsors say the event, which ended Monday, drew participants from a record 127 countries, surpassing last year’s 110. Most were from the U.S. and Canada.

    Preliminary results show more than 2,500 snowy owls being reported in 25 states and seven Canadian provinces. The big white owls are in the midst of an irruption, or a sudden invasion of a region in large numbers, which scientists attribute to a population boom in the birds and a scarcity of their preferred food, lemmings, in their normal range on the Arctic tundra.

    Another early finding is that with the Great Lakes almost completely frozen, some species, such as white-winged scoter and long-tailed duck, have left the lakes and stopped at inland locations where they’re not usually found at this time of year.”

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