Why, No, Globull Warming Didn’t Cause The Tornado Outbreak
Unless we are using the unhinged model that Mankind releasing greenhouse gases, which warm up the atmosphere, make it cold: Global warming did not cause April’s record tornadic outbreak
Scientists once again are blaming GLOBAL WARMING for this spring’s record outbreak of tornadoes. As my friend, correspondent Cecil Hathaway says: “Apparently, global warming is responsible for everything bad that happens. And, it’s all being caused by us human beings.”
But, we’re not seeing more tornadoes due to global warming. As Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D., Climatologist, and the Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville explains: “Contrasting air masses of widely-varying temperatures is the key. Active tornado seasons in the U.S. are always the result of UNUSUALLY COLD air pushing much farther south than normal through the Midwest into Dixie.”
He goes on to add: “For example, the ‘poster child’ for active tornado seasons was the so-called ‘Super Outbreak’ in April of 1974, which took place during a period of widespread global cooling. (Some thought that we were entering a new ‘Little Ice Age.’)”
During this ‘La Nina’ spring, we’ve seen a much cooler and wetter than normal period that has significantly delayed the planting of corn east of the Mississippi River in the Midwest. There is no doubt that these La Nina years favor far more tornadoes than usual.
Hmm, I remember mentioning something similar a few weeks ago.
Make sure to read the whole thing, which the Warmists will certainly dismiss as having some link to Big Oil or Big Coal. Science is not what the Warmists practice, nor care about.
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