Tropical storms head polewards

Posted: May 18, 2014 by oldbrew in climate, general circulation, ozone, propaganda, weather, wind

Tropical Storm Beryl 2012 [image credit: US Govt.]

Tropical Storm Beryl 2012
[image credit: US Govt.]

The BBC reports – laced with the inevitable ‘warmist catchphrases’ – a trend in weather phenomena described in a recent research paper.

No surprise to find this:
‘The researchers believe humans are influencing the changes’
(but they haven’t found the mechanism)

or this:
‘There is compelling evidence that the expansion of the tropics is attributable to a combination of human activities, but we don’t know which is the primary factor.’

How compelling is that? It’s hard to keep a straight face.

‘NOAA says the migration of tropical storms is a global phenomenon with regional variations. In the Southern Hemisphere the Pacific and Indian oceans show a strong pole-ward trend.’

Tropical storms migrate toward poles

  1. One word for this article . R I D I C U L O U S

  2. clivebest says:

    It’s Godzilla rising from the deep !

    He has been feeding on all that missing energy hidden in the deep oceans for the last 15 years.

  3. oldbrew says:

    Godzilla is indeed back – in Hollywood.

    ‘In Edwards’ Godzilla, the earth protects itself by summoning the big, green monster’

    Luboš Motl comments on his blog:
    ‘But what’s interesting is that this is not another movie parroting the intellectually inferior and dishonest “environmentalist” ideology about the man who ruins Nature and may fix it. Quite on the contrary, the movie points out that the alarmists spreading this meme are dangerous psychopaths.’

  4. Sceptical Me says:

    More bo**ocks from the BBC…….

    Any one would think they had an agenda.

  5. oldbrew says:

    El Nino: video update.

    Sixteen years since the last big one – seventeen since warming stalled. Hmmm.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    “…Sixteen years since the last big one – seventeen since warming stalled….”

    And that is why the Climastrologists are praying to Gaia for another big El Nino this year.

  7. Brian H says:

    Warm moves towards cold. Who’d a thunk?