Climate Challenge

Identify which of the 1,081 storm tracks were caused by “climate change.”

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

10 Responses to Climate Challenge

  1. lance says:

    That one, right there, in the middle, no, the other one. ….

  2. Peter Carroll says:

    Who was the vandal that scribbled all over the map? Stand up now!

    • Scissor says:

      Hunter Biden and Chelsea Clinton earned $600,000 for less “effort.

    • arn says:

      It was Greta Thunberg.
      Her first piece of art.

      If you take a closer look you will see that one of those lines is showing the route she took with her million yacht to sale to the USA to terrorize
      american people on behalf of the UN with neverending BS.

      Isn”t it interressting how great those storms adjust to the shape of the continents.
      And one may start to think that water,in any shape or form,
      is the biggest driver of climate.
      Be it as clouds in the atmosphere,as reflecting ice in the arctic
      or birthplace of storms in the atlantic-
      and co2 is trying to take all the credit.

      • Disillusioned says:

        “…how great those storms adjust to the shape of the continents. And one may start to think that water, in any shape or form,
        is the biggest driver of climate.”

        Ayup. But, we need many more than one to begin critically thinking for themselves. There is too much foghorn propaganda, there are too many gullible idiots drinking it all in, and not nearly enough intelligent thinkers questioning the dogma.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          The American Prussian public school system and the Frankfurt School has something to do with it.
          Focusing on the one is the only path I can think of. All of the ones.

  3. Norilsk says:

    Absolutely none of them were caused by climate change, manmade or otherwise.

  4. Gamecock says:

    Credit goes to the Cardinals. For beating the Braves. The Nats would never have gotten past the Braves in the playoffs.

    Also note that CLIMATE is a result, it cannot be a CAUSE.

  5. Ryan says:

    What I find interesting are the dark paths. I see one towards Houston. One towards New Orleans. One towards Tampa. One towards Miami. One to Myrtle Beach along the Carolina coast.

    How did we manage to make these population centers along the southeast coast targets? LOL.

    Of course everything is very dark in the Atlantic off the Carolina’s. Suck for Bermuda.

  6. Alan Falk says:

    That map, as a static collection of hurricane tracks, is useless and irrelevant to the question of Climate Change.

    If it were a movie of the tracks, dating way farther back than the first date, and we could see if the tracks’ Paths had CHANGED over the decades, and, preferably, Centuries, we might have something to infer a conclusion from.

    But, as a single collection of ALL tracks in the period, there’s no conclusion to be drawn as to CHANGE… just that all recorded hurricane tracks fall within the area shown!

    That is NOT Critical Thinking!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.