Hurricanes Below 300 PPM

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1893 Atlantic hurricane season map – 1893 Atlantic hurricane season – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During 1893, the US was hit by five hurricanes, including three major hurricanes  – two of which hit during October. CO2 was below 300 PPM.

One hurricane strike during October 2016 will be blamed on higher levels of CO2. This is because climate science is based on superstition, not science.

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10 Responses to Hurricanes Below 300 PPM

  1. Brad says:

    Tony, any info/links on how they tracked hurricanes in the 1890’s? It Seems they could only track them from ships which I imagine would be incomplete as many ships would avoid them, and at least some of those that didn’t avoid them didn’t make it back to port to report on the track.

    • Andy DC says:

      If you want to find the storms for each season, all you have to do is a google search for “hurricane season of 1893”, “hurricane season of 1894”, etc., etc.

      Since it is hurricane season, no one should be surprised if Matthew makes landfall somewhere. They don’t call it hurricane season for nothing.

      It used to be fairly regular season event for Florida to get hurricanes. For example, they had major hurricanes in 1944, 1945, 1947, 1949 and 1950.

      Then during the 1950’s they started landfalling further north. Between 1953 and 1955, 7 hurricanes made landfall between North Carolina and New England, 3 of them major.

      So if “climate scientists” and their lackeys in the media make a big to do about one landfalling hurricane, it will once again show that they are nothing more than political propagandists!

  2. Latitude says:

    Has anyone found surface winds above hurricane strength…not flight level?

    “The center of Matthew
    has recently passed over NOAA buoy 42058 in the central Caribbean
    Sea, which reported a minimum pressure of 943 mb and light winds
    around 0650 UTC.”

    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/archive/2016/al14/al142016.discus.021.shtml

  3. Latitude says:

    Matthew passed directly over buoy 42058 yesterday, 3rd…while they were claiming 126 knot winds…..the highest the buoy recorded on both sides was 34 1/2 knots

    Something ain’t adding up here………

    Wind speeds recorded by the buoy are at
    http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=42058

    • Caleb says:

      Sadly, we will find out about the winds when reports start to filter out of Haiti. They have something like 65,000 people so down and out they are living in tents. I really hope the reports of lower winds are correct. Winds of a hundred can take the tin sheeting from the sides of houses and turn it into flying swords. Add in flash floods and a storm surge and we may have seen some of that “population control” the elites are so big on, as they support dictators and never the little people, in third world countries.

  4. Robertv says:

    Climate science is based on power and fear.

  5. Caleb says:

    Thank you, Tony, for putting up the map from 1893 up. Notice how in two days, between August 13 and August 15, four storms got going. Can you imagine the absolute fit Alarmists would have, if four storms blew up at the same time now?

    A local Boston radio personality, Howie Carr, pretends to be a reporter called “Buff Buffington”, “reporting from the beaches”, every time a hurricane passes well out to sea. It’s pretty funny stuff, for he parodies how reporters exaggerate to make a story more exciting.

    Alarmists take it one step further. They make exaggeration their way of life.

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