(National Sentinel) Weather: Directly refuting the nonsensical claims of climate change hoaxers like Al Gore and Hollywood stars, real climate scientist Roy Spencer argues in a new e-book that the pattern of hurricanes seen this season are natural phenomena called “weather.”
As reported by The Washington Times, Dr. Spencer, a climatologist at the University of Alabama, has just published a 50-page e-book titled, “Inevitable Disaster: Why Hurricanes Can’t Be Blamed on Global Warming,” less than a month after Gore released “An Inconvenient Sequel,” a follow-up ‘documentary’ to his 2006 film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
In his e-book, Spencer challenges the oft-repeated assertion that this year’s powerful hurricane season is “what climate change looks like,” arguing that the storms are neither an aberration nor a result of rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Last month, Spencer released “An Inconvenient Deception,” in which he also argued against the dogma of ‘human-caused climate change’ that has become Gore’s existence and a cause celebre among Hollywood A-B-C and D-listers.
The Times notes:
As of midday Thursday, “An Inconvenient Deception” and “Inevitable Disaster” ranked number one and two on Amazon’s list of bestsellers in the category of Environment & Nature, while Mr. Gore’s companion book to “An Inconvenient Sequel” ranked 100th.
Mr. Spencer’s latest book challenges the oft-repeated assertion that this year’s powerful hurricane season is “what climate change looks like,” arguing that the storms are neither an aberration nor a result of rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
“This isn’t what human-caused climate change looks like,” Mr. Spencer said in the e-book. “It’s what weather looks like.”
These truths haven’t stopped Gore and Co. from hyping the latest storms as “proof” of their unproven theories about climate change.
“This is an unusual time. Within the last two weeks, we have had two more record-breaking, climate-connected storms,” said Gore in a Monday speech at the World Economic Forum.
“There have been many years with multiple Cat 4 hurricanes in the Atlantic, but there is nothing about global warming theory that says more of those will make landfall,” he said. “While the official estimate is that this was the first time two Cat 4 storms hit the U.S., since Florida was virtually unpopulated before 1900, we probably don’t really know.”
Before this year, there hadn’t been any hurricanes making landfall in the U.S. since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, spanning a period that climatologists dubbed a “hurricane drought.”
Advertising disclaimer: Click here
Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2017 The National Sentinel