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Old 12-01-2018, 12:18 PM
 
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Originally Posted by chopchop0 View Post
It provides a direct link to a report and an objective description of what was in it,, how it was created etc.

But I guess you don't like those "facts" so you use it to trash the source, despite ecoliberal providing a fox news link doing the exact same thing.

Really ruins your credibility on these forums
...I see, a description of what was in it....by the news media

and you still can't post what was really in it

No wonder you believe all this crap
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Old 12-01-2018, 12:25 PM
 
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I still find it funny thinking that making some little changes here and there in FL will have the direct effect on whether FL is underwater in 50 years and whether FL gets constant cat 6 hurricanes. Sorry, but it doesn’t work that way. It’s sort of like thinking if you don’t buy steaks then no cows will get killed around the world. The impact it will have on things like hurricanes and rising seas is zero. However, that doesn't mean we shouldn't do those things. It will still make our state a nicer place to live. It's all about being honest. You don't need to use scare tactics.

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Old 12-01-2018, 12:30 PM
 
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In the last 13 years, only 2 Hurricanes hit Florida.

In the 13 years prior to that, 8 hit Florida.

The last cat 5 was 26+ years ago.

Hurricane activity in Florida is in decline. Thus, less moisture, and cooling.

These facts have nothing to do w/ media...just facts. No projections needed, these is recorded historical events.
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Old 12-01-2018, 02:06 PM
 
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In the last 13 years, only 2 Hurricanes hit Florida.

In the 13 years prior to that, 8 hit Florida.

The last cat 5 was 26+ years ago.

Hurricane activity in Florida is in decline. Thus, less moisture, and cooling.

These facts have nothing to do w/ media...just facts. No projections needed, these is recorded historical events.
One category four in each of the last two years struck Florida, and both experienced rapid intensification due to warmer oceans.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...–present

Did you watch the Miami episode of the PBS "Sinking Cities" series. A lengthy segment discussed hurricane intensification and suggested that this was a permanent characteristic of Florida hurricanes in the future. See post 57 in this thread.

New PBS series "Sinking Cities" -- Miami most at risk?
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Old 12-01-2018, 02:13 PM
 
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6 hurricanes hit Florida from 2004-2005 (2 years)


Since then only 3 hurricanes hit Florida (13 years)



Those are facts, try twisting and bending them as much as you want, but those are the facts. Stop the lying and using scare tactics. Push green technology for economic reasons and cleaner beaches, streets and air.


Stop making ridiculous claims like, "OMG WE HAD A HURRICANE BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE, CHANGE NOW OR TOMORROW WON'T COME! FLORIDA WILL BE 100 FT UNDER WATER IN 30 YEARS. CAT 6 STORMS WILL OCCUR HALF THE YEAR" or "LOOK AT CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA, CLIMATE CHANGE IS CAUSING PEOPLE TO START FIRES ON PURPOSE & BY ACCIDENT"


Also in the early to mid 1900s we saw lots of cat 4 storms, the last two storms are not something we never experienced before.

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Old 12-01-2018, 02:21 PM
 
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sorry to disappoint you.....global warming has had no effect on American hurricanes

https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/monitoring...T_ace_2017.png

..and globally.....cyclone energy is at a record low

http://www.atmo.arizona.edu/students..._maue_2017.png
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Old 12-01-2018, 03:24 PM
 
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In the last 13 years, only 2 Hurricanes hit Florida.

In the 13 years prior to that, 8 hit Florida.

The last cat 5 was 26+ years ago.

Hurricane activity in Florida is in decline. Thus, less moisture, and cooling.

These facts have nothing to do w/ media...just facts. No projections needed, these is recorded historical events.
My area has not had a hit since 1921.
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Old 12-01-2018, 03:30 PM
 
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...I see, a description of what was in it....by the news media

and you still can't post what was really in it

No wonder you believe all this crap
Read it for yourself. If capable. Link is there to the report.
Sigh
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Old 12-01-2018, 03:42 PM
 
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Originally Posted by bmw335xi View Post
6 hurricanes hit Florida from 2004-2005 (2 years)


Since then only 3 hurricanes hit Florida (13 years)



Those are facts, try twisting and bending them as much as you want, but those are the facts. Stop the lying and using scare tactics. Push green technology for economic reasons and cleaner beaches, streets and air.


Stop making ridiculous claims like, "OMG WE HAD A HURRICANE BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE, CHANGE NOW OR TOMORROW WON'T COME! FLORIDA WILL BE 100 FT UNDER WATER IN 30 YEARS. CAT 6 STORMS WILL OCCUR HALF THE YEAR" or "LOOK AT CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA, CLIMATE CHANGE IS CAUSING PEOPLE TO START FIRES ON PURPOSE & BY ACCIDENT"


Also in the early to mid 1900s we saw lots of cat 4 storms, the last two storms are not something we never experienced before.
Some of those recent storms were a lot stronger than anything from the last century. But don't let that get in the way of your agenda or anything...
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Old 12-01-2018, 03:50 PM
 
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Read it for yourself. If capable. Link is there to the report.
Sigh
What are you going on about?

I not only read it, I repeated exactly what it said.

You're the one posting media opinion pieces and won't read it.

...now you read the report, and quote exactly what the report says and stop your lying
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