Another connect-the-dots severe weather moment - real world empirical evidence from the leading tropical storm expert proves Nasa's James Hansen's prediction of increasing severe weather from human CO2 emissions to be bogus
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The farcical 'connect-the-dots' campaign about "evil" CO2 is based on the non-scientific opinions and speculative predictions of both NASA's James Hansen and the UN's IPCC. Time and time again, their predictions, and those of other alarmists, are proven to be wrong.
The adjacent chart is another example of just how wrong the anti-CO2 alarmist crowd has been. Their prediction that increasing CO2 emissions would cause an increase in severe weather, such as tropical storms, is galactically incorrect. As a result, their doomsday predictive capabilities have become an internet joke.
And it's not just tropical storms predictions that have been this bad - it's every severe weather category that they've predicted CO2-induced catastrophic events for.
Conclusion: The connect-the-dots severe weather increase scenarios, due to higher CO2 atmospheric levels, just don't compute. Instead, the alarmist theory that CO2 causes bad weather events is kaput, buried under an empirical evidence avalanche. The IPCC, James Hansen and Bill McKibben could finally advance social justice if they would choose just to tell the truth, instead of their incessant, self-absorbed fearmongering.
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