Browsing All posts tagged under »Tornadoes«

Place Blame For Recent Tornadoes Where It Belongs

June 17, 2019 by

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By Larry Bell ~ Tragically, there is nothing unique about the number or severity of more than 55 devastating tornadoes that tore through the outskirts of Kansas City, swept through Indiana and Ohio, and stretched eastward from Idaho and Colorado across eight states late last month. Nor, unfortunately, is there anything unique regarding all-too-alluring temptations […]

Ocasio-Cortez’s Tornado Tweet Versus Scientific Facts

May 31, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ During a recent tornado warning for Washington DC, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) issued a tweet claiming the tornado warning illustrated that “climate change is real y’all.” Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet revealed just how little she knows about climate change. Ocasio-Cortez wrote in her tweet, “we DO know that tornadoes HAVE been […]

Climate Crisis? Four Major Metrics That Say Otherwise

March 14, 2019 by

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Joe Bastardi   ~     I have long advocated that climatologists take a course on long-range forecasting so they can better understand the inherent errors in trying to predict the weather or climate. In the debate over the fate of the planet, where one side is always pushing hysteria, the weather is plainly not cooperating […]