US Hurricane Strikes Have Declined. AS CO2 Has Increased

The frequency of US hurricane strikes peaked in the 1880’s below 300 PPM CO2, and has been declining ever since.

ScreenHunter_3328 Oct. 05 04.41 HURDAT Re-analysis Chronological List of All Hurricanes

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6 Responses to US Hurricane Strikes Have Declined. AS CO2 Has Increased

  1. That’s an excellent trivia question for people: In what decade did U.S. hurricane strikes per year reach its highest level ever recorded?

    And I bet you that even among knowledgeable AGW and CAGW skeptics, more than 75% get the question wrong on the first try. Never mind the AGW fanatics; 100.0% of them will fail the question, of course.


    • tom0mason says:

      My first feelings (without looking-up anything) is that it’s either in the decade of 1880s or the 1940s. Which actual year has me stumped, so I’ll go and look it up.

  2. tom0mason says:

    Here’s one for you –

    When did NOAA start putting “Protecting the past…Revealing the future” at the bottom of their posters?

  3. R. Shearer says:

    Ah, you’re confusing causation with correlation, or was it the other way round?

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