US Hurricanes Down 33% Since The 19th Century

CO2 up = hurricanes down. Not what we were promised.

Real Science

Street fishing in Miami in 1926.


As CO2 has increased, the number of hurricanes hitting the US has plummeted.

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HURDAT Re-analysis

During the late 19th century, the US averaged more than two hurricane strikes per year, but over the past decade has averaged less than one per year. Perhaps Exxon should get  a tax break for saving the climate?

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