Why is the weather so calm in Arizona, and so stormy in the Arctic?
According to numb-nuts brain-damaged alarmists, this is because “more energy in the system” produces stronger storms.
That’s why Ice Ages are snow, and storm free.
“numb-nuts brain-damaged alarmists”
Tautology revisited again.
No, no, no….. it is because as the polar amplification drives polar temperatures upwards faster, there will be less of a temperature difference between the equatorial and the polar regions.
Everyone knows that the smaller the differential, the greater the occurrence of severe storms and other weather events… /sarc off
Now, where did I put my climatology degrees? Oh, there they are with the other upwards adjustments… rofl
Yea, them magnets sure do attract rain.
Alarmism & Stupidity is to Climate Science as honesty and economic prowess is to Obama.
Isn’t Venus relatively calm too?
Anyway, I always thought the driving force behind storms was energy (or temperature) difference.
The driving force behind all energy flow is the difference in energy.
I think the biggest forces as far as the weather is concerned (excluding the energy input from the sun) are convection and the rotation of the earth.
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