1780 Hurricane Season

The Deadliest Atlantic Tropical Cyclones, 1492-1996

Mother Nature’s Fury: 10 Devastating Historical Hurricanes, 1502-1780


30 Dec 1780, 2 – Jackson’s Oxford Journal at Newspapers.com

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Historical deadly typhoons in the Philippines

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3 Responses to 1780 Hurricane Season

  1. Richard says:

    we have heard this crap since first Earth day 1970 the never ending DOOM of the world and storms
    AND YET the voice of Reason and Facts is never listened to

  2. David A Nichols says:

    Well, hell, one would have to study history to know these things and that would defeat the purpose of the global alarmists…which is to get us alarmed, you know, afraid, very afraid…so they can get us to obey them.

  3. Charles Dodgson says:

    I am entirely of the opinion that anthropogenic global warming is nothing more than a power grab by those that would control us, much like the response to Covid.

    That said, I’m not sure that fatality count is a very good way to measure historic hurricanes vs modern day. There have been so many technological, societal, population density, and economic changes that fatalities or economic cost are not good proxies.

    Intensity, size, and frequency are things that would be impervious to those changes, and I speculate that we have the ability to estimate that for the past? I’ll bet they are not getting bigger, more powerful, or more frequent over time. And even if they are, I still don’t think humans affect the weather near as much as the giant fusion reactor in the sky.

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