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You should pay attention to other news sources ... this has been well covered.There have been drastic changes in identification and procedures of how and when storms are named. The result is a sharp increase in the number of named storms because they are detected and named earlier.
Are you a climate change denier?
I think the impact of natural cycles is vastly under-estimated by most of the talking heads we hear from on the subject.Have humans had an impact? Most likely. But I think it is nearly insignificant compared to Mother Nature. I think anyone who honestly looks at the history of global climate should be able to see that.We have been *extremely* blessed to live (the past several generations) in a relatively calm climatic era on this planet.
Wow. Maybe YOU need to expand your reading.
There's a clear reason why this is not discussed. All climate change people are democrats, and all deniers are Republicans. Why discuss? There are no republican climate changers.
Yeah, why is that? Why is it divided along party lines like that?
Republicans took the red pill and live in the real world, Democrats refused the pill and opted for kool-aid, instead. Take the red pill, mikeb, you'll feel better.
You're a riot, Bill. Do you go right down the line with Republican thinking, since they've taken the red pill and all?
No I don't, mikeb, I'm not a person who blindly follows in the footsteps of others. If I'm interested in a matter, I'll gather the facts myself and form my own opinion. I'm not an NRA member and unless I'm working, or on my ranch, I'm usually not armed.
My apologies. I didn't not realize that was a video. I only saw the freeze frame and thought Mike was just posting a single info-graphic about the number of named storms.
Various NPR programs deal with this regularly. What television news does is largely a waste of time these days.
Dinosaur Farts, that was the problem.http://www.treehugger.com/climate-change/dinosaur-farts-contributed-global-warming-150-million-years-ago-study-suggests.htmlThe idea of AlGore actually knowing what he is talking about is so far-fetched that you'd have to be a fool to believe it.orlin sellers