CSU Researchers Say Sandy Wasn’t Influenced By Global Warming
Researchers at Colorado State University say the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy in October was not caused by human-induced climate change.MEDIA RELEASE - AFTER DOHA, THE U.N. AND MEMBER GOVERNMENTS NEED SOBER SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT ‘GLOBAL WARMING’
In a recently released paper discussing the unusual “super-storm” that devastated the New Jersey shore and flooded the New York City subway and a traffic tunnel, CSU researchers William Gray and Phil Klotzbach say the influence of human activity on the formation and intensity of Atlantic hurricanes “is likely to be negligible.”
After 16 years without warming, future climate talks must focus on preparation for, and adaption to, climate change, not vainly trying to stop it.Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Anyone see a trend? see numbers ...
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