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Hurricane Idalia is NOT ‘unprecedented’: ‘No different to dozens of other hurricanes which have hit USA in past’ – Similar to at least 46 other US landfalling hurricanes’ – Only ‘unprecedented’ for landfall in that small 50 mile stretch of coastline

Climate analyist Paul Homewood: “Hurricane Idalia made landfall as a Cat 3. There have been 46 other US landfalling hurricanes with 949 MB (millibar) and lower. The bottom line is that Idalia was no different to dozens of other hurricanes which have hit the US in the past.
The media is claiming that “Idalia is the strongest hurricane to strike the Big Bend area – especially near Cedar Key – in 125 years, dating back to an unnamed 1896 storm. That stretch of coastline is, of course, tiny, about 50 or so miles long.” 

‘Media fail’: Meteorologist Dumps Cold Water On CNN’s Hurricane Idalia-Fueled Climate Hysteria

Meteorologist Ryan Maue: Maue also shared a graphic with additional details, noting, “1896 Cedar Keys hurricane also made landfall in Florida’s Big Bend with 125 mph winds[.] Climate context: this is a 0 mph landfall maximum wind increase from 1896-2023 or 0 mph/century for the worst 2 storms.”
Maue: “Idalia was an ‘unprecedented event’ that last happened in 1896. Media fail.”
“How much stronger was Idalia made because of climate change? Why didn’t Idalia rapidly intensify during the 3 days it sat over the NW Caribbean? Did someone forget to push a button or turn a knob?”

Vivek Ramaswamy Calls Out MSNBC Host For Linking Climate Change To Hurricane Idalia BY HAROLD HUTCHISON Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy called out MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell Tuesday for linking a hurricane approaching Florida to climate change. Hurricane Idalia is nearing the west coast of Florida, prompting evacuation orders in multiple Florida counties. A second hurricane, Franklin, is off the coast of the Carolinas and could threaten most of the East […]

More than 1,600 scientists, including two Nobel laureates, declare climate ’emergency’ a myth

The global coalition of scientists say that politics and a journalistic frenzy has propelled a doomsday climate change hysteria. The signatories also ask other scientists to “address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming.” By Addison Smith A coalition of 1,609 scientists from around the world have signed a declaration stating “there is no […]