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They Did It! They Finally Got Al Gore!

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Hollywood liberals are sheep. Sheep on a mission to bring down Trump. So they were just itching at the chance to blame hurricane season on his global warming-denying ass.

After all, Al Gore had told them in his money-making cult flick “An Inconvenient Truth” that global warming would definitely result in more frequent and destructive hurricanes.

And, look at that – Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma totally devastated America!

Al Gore must be a prophet!

Well, not exactly. A false prophet, perhaps. But the very science Gore claims to champion definitely does NOT agree with Mother Nature’s Hollywood spokesmen that these storms had anything to do with global warming.

From The Wall Street Journal:

As Roger Pielke Jr. has noted, the link between global warming and recent hurricanes and extreme weather events is “unsupportable based on research and evidence.” Mr. Pielke, who is no climate-change denier, has shown with data that hurricanes hitting the U.S. have not increased in frequency or intensity since 1900, there is no notable trend up or down in global tropical cyclone landfalls since 1970, and floods have not increased in frequency or intensity in the U.S. since 1950.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently said that “it is premature to conclude that human activities—and particularly greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming—have already had a detectable impact on Atlantic hurricane or global tropical cyclone activity.”

No less than the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says it lacks evidence to show that global warming is making storms and flooding worse. But climate scolds still blame Harvey on climate change because, well, this is what the climate models say should happen as the climate warms.

Hmmm, so all the relevant experts are telling us that hurricanes aren’t getting worse, and that Harvey and Irma had nothing to do with global warming?!

Go figure.

H/T Gary Demar

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