October 5, 2022 Did Global Warming Make Hurricane Ian Intensify Faster than Normal? By Neil L. Frank

Hurricane Ian “rapidly transformed from a relatively weak storm into a strong one, [a] phenomenon that has become more common” due to climate change.

So reported the New York Times in its daily email newsletter.

Short answer, No.

 Ian was not the fourth-strongest hurricane (As Reported) in Florida history but the tenth. The strongest hurricane in U.S. history moved through the Florida Keys in 1935. Among other Florida hurricanes stronger than Ian was another Florida Keys storm in 1919. This was followed by the hurricanes in 1926 in Miami, the Palm Beach/Lake Okeechobee storm in 1928, the Keys in 1948, and Donna in 1960. We do not know how strong the hurricane in 1873 was, but it destroyed Punta Rassa with a 14-foot storm surge. Punta Rassa is located at the mouth of the river leading up to Ft. Myers, where Ian made landfall.

Read the whole article.

There are less hurricanes coming ashore, not more.  Storms as strong as, if not stronger, were recorded over a century ago.

Because of satellites and radar we are detecting and counting more hurricanes than ever before.  Specifically we are counting storms that never make landfall.

A mania for naming storms, especially tropical depressions and winter storms, falsely boosts the count, “Twenty-fifth Named Storm!”  leads the headlines.   Named storms make it easier to file insurance claims, don’t you know.

And of course, everything is grist for the mill of the Climate Change Mafia.  Trillions have been stolen already and trillions remain to be stolen in the name of that most false of all the false gods.


About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Was a Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the Last American President to be honestly elected, Donald J. Trump.
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3 Responses to October 5, 2022 Did Global Warming Make Hurricane Ian Intensify Faster than Normal? By Neil L. Frank

  1. pjrae54 says:

    You don’t believe in climate change? I do. Where I come from the climate would change 4 times a year, every year. What’s the big deal? Don’t you realize that by paying more taxes you can change the climate to, oh, maybe four times a year up where you live?


  2. buckeyebob says:

    I find it interesting and amusing that the Book of Revelation prophesies a time at the End of Days where the wind does not blow and power is given to the Sun to scorch men with heat . Craigslist will have a few windmills and solar cells for sale. They get what they confess in other words . My black brother from another Mother says that ” What goes around , comes around “.


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