U.S. Hurricanes Continue Their Decline

The number of hurricanes striking the U.S. peaked in 1886, and have been declining ever since – as CO2 has increased.


HURDAT Re-analysis

As CO2 has increased, the number of hurricanes hitting the US has decreased


The total hurricane intensity is also declining.


There is no evidence linking hurricanes to CO2, but that doesn’t stop scientists from lying about it.


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