New paper finds a decrease in extreme weather in China from 1956-2000
A recent paper published in the Hydrological Sciences Journal examines precipitation in southern China from 1956-2000 and finds precipitation has become both less extreme and less variable. Contrary to claims of climate alarmists, the paper adds to many others demonstrating that global warming decreases extreme weather including extreme precipitation, floods, droughts, and cyclone activity.Honeybee deaths: Climate-change explanation floated by study.
Furthermore, the authors find that the primary determinant of precipitation variability is the Sun, stating, "the annual precipitation in every sub-region in Guangdong province correlates with Sunspot Number with a 3-year lag."
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Google is as close as we can get to gauging the public’s thinking. What we learn, then, is that extreme weather events don’t prompt an immediate, online connection to climate change; or, at least, no connection to the desire to learn more about the issue.Neil Wagner: Climate Change Consensus Is Virtually Unanimous
Your odds of knowing someone who believes aliens walk amongst us disguised as humans are twenty times greater than finding a climate skeptic in a group of climate scientists. Seriously.