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William Gray's hurricane #'s up due to SSTs

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  • Mike Doran
    http://hurricane.atmos.colostate.edu/forecasts/2005/june_zzz/june05.ht ml http://image.weather.com/images/maps/tropical/gulf_sst_720x486.jpg ... The 1995-2004
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      The 1995-2004 Upswing in Atlantic Hurricanes and Global Warming
      Many individuals have queried whether the unprecedented landfall of
      four destructive hurricanes in a seven-week period during August-
      September 2004 is related in any way to human-induced climate
      changes. There is no evidence that this is the case. If global
      warming were the cause of the increase in United States hurricane
      landfalls in 2004 and the overall increase in Atlantic basin major
      hurricane activity of the past ten years (1995-2004), one would
      expect to see an increase in tropical cyclone activity in the other
      storm basins as well (ie., West Pacific, East Pacific, Indian Ocean,
      etc.). This has not occurred. When tropical cyclones worldwide are
      summed, there has actually been a slight decrease since 1995. In
      addition, it has been well-documented that the measured global
      warming during the 25-year period of 1970-1994 was accompanied by a
      downturn in Atlantic basin hurricane activity over what was
      experienced during the 1930s through the 1960s.
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      As this right wing propaganda nonsense is propagated on major media,
      I have to wonder, as Dr. Gray fails to appreciate an electrical
      forcing with respect to hurricanes, how many people will be murdered
      by our energy and ecology policies formed of ignorance.

      From an electrical standpoint, the analysis is not that difficult.
      With each degF of SSTs increase, the oceans become 1 percent more
      conductive.

      Dr. Gray also has NO IDEA what the QBO IS.


      Regional differences are explained by the fact that electrical
      currents follow the least path of resistance and, for Fred, the
      overall order in the system goes down so that the local order (in the
      Atlantic) can increase per 2LT. It's about modulation. Electrical,
      biological. And human activity and defects in living global feedback
      loops. Genocide.
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