Bad weather often has tragic consequences. It is both appalling and revealing that the struggling climate activist movement keeps trying to exploit it.
No amount of facts, history or science is going to sway such dogmatists who, like wind-up dolls, repeat the false mantra of climate-change-causing-bad-storms every time bad weather makes the news and brings tragedy. They are neck-deep into the politics and financial hooks of climate change.
These tornadoes were tragic, but were natural weather, not climate.
"All I know is that the intensity of the weather across the board has some impacts as a consequence of the warming of the planet and climate change," Biden said. "The fact is that we all know everything is more intense when the climate is warming. Everything. And obviously, it has some impact here.”
Tragically, there is nothing unique about the number or severity of more than 55 devastating tornadoes that tore through communities.
If Ocasio-Cortez knew American history, she would know that tornadoes have never been “limited to the Great Plains.”
Tornadoes, like those which hit Texas and Oklahoma recently, are devastating when they strike. But are they increasing in frequency due to global warming?
Everyone knows global warming has spawned severe hurricanes, tornadoes and other extreme weather events that are killing a lot more people, right? Well activists have made this claim, but the truth is mortality from extreme weather events has declined significantly over the past century.
Right now we’re seeing the same kind of major events on a regional scale that occurred the last time the Pacific Ocean shifted its temperature phase from warm to cold when the Atlantic was in a warm phase, and globally, the Earth’s temps have fallen about 0.05° C in the last four years.