Today, I’d like to show you the data for typhoons.
Japanese climate alarmists said that the number of typhoons has increased as the years rolled on.
During August seven typhoons formed, which was not particularly unusual.
The following chart shows the number of typhoons formed in the Pacific each year from January through August.
As you can see, this year so far, the number of typhoons is less than usual.
In addition, as of September 17, the number of typhoons landings in Japan this year is still zero, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).
I think Japanese climate alarmists have never checked the data, or they are simply lying.