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Old 05-12-2022, 11:45 AM
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In the news this morning thee was an article saying the reason for the number of hurricanes we have been getting is because the US and Europe have cleaned up the atmosphere so much that the hurricanes are more powerful and numerous because of the lack of pollutants and particular matter causes it to be cooler. What happened to Global warming which was supposed to be the cause according to the leftist idiots!

Study Finds Cleaner Air Leads to More Atlantic Hurricanes

A new study links how many hurricanes form worldwide to air pollution levels.
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FILE - This satellite image provided by the NOAA shows five tropical storms churning in the Atlantic basin on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. The storms, from left, are Hurricane Sally over the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Paulette over Bermuda, the remnants of Tropical Storm Rene, and Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky. A NOAA study released on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 says cleaner air in Europe and the United States is helping trigger a dramatic increase in the number of Atlantic hurricanes. (NOAA via AP) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer

Cleaner air in United States and Europe is brewing more Atlantic hurricanes, a new U.S. government study found.

Recommended VideosThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration study links changes in regionalized air pollution across the globe to storm activity going both up and down. A 50% decrease in pollution particles and droplets in Europe and the U.S. is linked to a 33% increase in Atlantic storm formation in the past couple decades, while the opposite is happening in the Pacific with more pollution and fewer typhoons, according to the study published in Wednesdayís Science Advances.

NOAA hurricane scientist Hiroyuki Murakami ran numerous climate computer simulations to explain change in storm activity in different parts of the globe that canít be explained by natural climate cycles and found a link to aerosol pollution from industry and cars ó sulfur particles and droplets in the air that make it hard to breathe and see.

Scientists had long known that aerosol pollution cools the air, at times reducing the larger effects of greenhouse gases from the burning of fossil fuel and earlier studies mentioned it as a possibility in increase in Atlantic storms, but Murakami found it a factor around the world and a more direct link.
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One wonders if OT actually read the article. Because if he did he would have seen and perhaps not ignored the following:

"Climate change from greenhouse gases is expected to reduce the overall number of storms slightly, but increase the number and strength of the most intense hurricanes, make them wetter and increase storm surge flooding,"



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Yeah, Skippy I read it, did you??
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Old 05-13-2022, 05:50 AM
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This is a classic climate article where all of the above can be true. Of course it is formulated through computer simulations which really means nothing. The scientists have left themselves a convenient out on both ends of their reasoning if their predictions do not pan out. The whole idea of a "wetter hurricane" is silly. I live on the Gulf coast, and I experienced Harvey which gave us record flooding. The reason Harvey caused the flooding was because it sat on top of us for a week stalled by two high pressures north west, and north east of us. Not because it was a special evil modern hurricane. On the contrast, hurricane Laura in 2020 was an incredibly intense cat. 4 storm that quickly blew through and didn't dump that much rain, but it left a nasty scar when it quickly sailed through. All hurricanes act differently and have a different personality.
What is really funny with this article is that the part that hubby posted is tacked on to the end of it just keep that narrative alive.


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Originally Posted by Oldtimr View Post
In the news this morning thee was an article saying the reason for the number of hurricanes we have been getting is because the US and Europe have cleaned up the atmosphere so much that the hurricanes are more powerful and numerous because of the lack of pollutants and particular matter causes it to be cooler. What happened to Global warming which was supposed to be the cause according to the leftist idiots!
This part of your statement is incorrect. More pollutants and particulate matter causes it to be cooler. The lack of pollutants and particulate matter causes it to be warmer. Warmer air/water temps increases the number and power of the hurricanes.
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Originally Posted by ipscshooter View Post
This part of your statement is incorrect. More pollutants and particulate matter causes it to be cooler. The lack of pollutants and particulate matter causes it to be warmer. Warmer air/water temps increases the number and power of the hurricanes.
Given that, I could probably do a scientific study linking hurricane frequency to the use of Diesel Exhaust Fluid.
Everything is starting to make sense.

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Bottom line, storms havenít been more frequent. They havenít been more powerful. This is all bs to scare people into surrendering their freedoms.

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Old 05-13-2022, 12:05 PM
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Bottom line, storms haven’t been more frequent. They haven’t been more powerful. This is all bs to scare people into surrendering their freedoms.
They can't blame the 1900 Galveston Hurricane on fossel fuels. The Spindletop gusher in Beaumont, Texas came in 4 months after the hurricane.

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