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Some thoughts on cooler weather patterns in relation to tornadoes and hurricanes

June 5, 2013

Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Dr. Norman Page

Most climate warming alarmists have recently realized that it is now counterproductive to attribute every and all extreme weather events (even cold snowy winters) to global warming and try to project a judicious objectivity by applying the cliché “weather isn’t climate” to both sides of the climate wars. In fact weather is an almost instantaneous slice through the climate space-time phase space and certain patterns will occur more frequently on a cooling rather than a warming world.

The basic principles are very simple. On a cooler Earth the temperature gradient from the tropics to the Arctic Circle is steeper.

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