Hurricane Irma formed over cooler water, 7th worst, but ‘Climate Druids’ see fingerprints, tea leaves, crystals everywhere
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Climate Depot | 8/30/2017 | Marc Morano
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Hurricane Irma is a big bad storm, like other big bad storms. Six awkward facts:

It’s only the 7th most intense at landfall in US history.

Cyclone - Energy - Sept

1893, 1933, 1950, 1995, and 2005 had more Accumulated Cyclone Energy by Sept 10.

In 1893, 1909, 2004 there were three Cat 3+ landfalls in US (blame climate change).

NOAA - Evidence - Anyone - Greenhouse - Gas

NOAA itself says there’s no evidence anyone can detect that greenhouse gas emissions have an effect on hurricanes.

Hurricane Irma is a big bad storm, like other big bad storms. Six awkward facts:

Landfall - US - History

It’s only the 7th most intense at landfall in US history.

1893, 1933, 1950, 1995, and 2005 had more Accumulated Cyclone Energy by Sept 10.

Cat - Landfalls - US - Climate - Change

In 1893, 1909, 2004 there were three Cat 3+ landfalls in US (blame climate change).

NOAA itself says there’s no evidence anyone can detect that greenhouse gas emissions have an effect on hurricanes.

Lack - Connection - Climate - Druids - Force

Not to be stopped by a lack of any scientific connection, climate druids are out in force finding fingerprints in every storm. Like all the great witchdoctors of history, Big Storms are a chance to pump fear and sell their services.

Tim Flannery is up with other great scientists like actress Jennifer Lawrence:

Graham - Lloyd

Graham Lloyd, The Australian:

Oscar-winning actor Jennifer Lawrence said Harvey and Irma were signs of “Mother Nature’s rage and wrath” at the US for electing Trump to the presidency and not believing in man-made climate change.

Tim - Flannery-backed - Climate - Council - Fingerprints

The Tim Flannery-backed Climate Council declared: “Fingerprints of climate change all over Tropical Storm Harvey.”

Council chief executive Amanda McKenzie issued a statement to claim climate change was driving and influencing extreme weather events around the globe. “Climate change is now supercharging extreme weather events including storms, bushfires, heavy rainfall and floods,” she said. “This is occurring in a more ­energetic climate system, that’s warmer and loaded up with more moisture than ever before.” McKenzie said Harvey was a “window...
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