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The Media’s Rank Dishonesty About ‘Climate Change’ & Hurricane Ian By Jerome Corsi As Hurricane Ian hit Florida, Michael Mann of the infamous “hockey stick” global warming graph, and Susan Joy Hassol, publisher of Climate Communication’s “Quick Facts,” which are devoted to explaining extreme weather events as anthropogenic catastrophes, rushed an op-ed piece into print. Their opinion piece, published in The Guardian and predictably entitled, “Hurricane Ian Is No Anomaly,” blamed […]

Electric vehicles are exploding from water damage after Hurricane Ian, top Florida official warns By Thomas Catenacci | Fox News A top Florida state official warned Thursday that firefighters have battled a number of fires caused by electric vehicle (EV) batteries waterlogged from Hurricane Ian. EV batteries that have been waterlogged in the wake of the hurricane are at risk of corrosion, which could lead to unexpected fires, according to Jimmy Patronis, […]

Biden says Hurricane Ian ‘has ended is the discussion about whether or not there is climate change & we should do something about it’

Biden: "I think the one thing [the hurricane] has ended is the discussion about whether or not there is climate change and we should do something about it." — Greg Price (@greg_price11) October 5, 2022 # Reality Check: Here we go again: Media claims ‘climate change’ linked to hurricanes – Realty Check: ‘Peer-reviewed literature […]

Meteorologists D’Aleo & Bastardi debunk media claims about Hurricanes with data and history Data Driven Perspective on Ian and Hurricane Trends Joseph D’Aleo, CCM Ian made landfall as a strong CAT4 storm. The damage will rank among that with the past worst storms. Its’ life is not over as it will landfall again in South Carolina with rain the biggest story to come. See the trends per […]

NYTimes Hurricane Analysis is Purposefully Misleading HT/Junk Science for the title. Originally tweeted by Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) on September 29, 202 The NY Times article on linking Hurricane Ian to climate change is interesting. Their data analysis for Cat 4/5 starts in 1980 for the Atlantic with a 20 year moving average. Why not go back further? There’s no […]