fire tornadoes/whirls
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Started by metmike - Sept. 9, 2023, 7:15 p.m.


19 Fire Tornado Facts

The Role of Climate Change

"Climate change can influence the frequency and intensity of wildfires, which, in turn, may impact the occurrence of fire tornadoes. The connection between climate change and fire tornadoes highlights the importance of addressing and mitigating the effects of climate change."


By metmike - Sept. 9, 2023, 7:20 p.m.
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Canada, on the other hand has obliterated their record that only goes back to 1980:

Here's the authentic science using the data which defines the science:

Natural Resources Canada

Chart showing Number of Fires and Area Burned by Year

We should note that the 6 worst fire seasons in the last 4 decades were during the 1980's/90's BEFORE the fake climate crisis. Also note that the extremes are often defined by large spikes higher than the average. 

Regardless, if you want to use this data HONESTLY, it says the exact opposite of what the media is trying to sell about this current outbreak of wildfires caused almost entirely by natural variation(and humans setting the fires).

By metmike - Sept. 9, 2023, 7:27 p.m.
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So  do the warmest global temperatures in the last 1,000 years (since the Medieval Warm Period that was this warm) here in 2023, mean a spike down in wildfires in the US and spike up in wildfires for Canada?



It really boils down to this, once again(Cliff Mass can be counted on as an elite source for using objective, authentic science)

The GoldenRule

 Considering the substantial confusion in the media about this critical issue, let me provide the GOLDENRULE OF CLIMATE EXTREMES. Here it is:

The more extreme a climate or weather record is, the greater the contribution of natural variability.

Or to put it a different way, the larger or more unusual an extreme, the higher proportion of the extreme is due to natural variability.             


The deadly fires in Maui were NOT caused by the fake climate crisis!

By metmike - Sept. 10, 2023, 11:16 p.m.
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Tornado Facts

50 tornado facts that will spin your head (-:

Climate change/global warming has reduced strong to violent tornadoes by 40%!

Meteorology 101 tells us that when you reduce the temperature gradient, by warming the coldest places the most (higher latitudes) and warmest place the least (lower latitudes) the jet streams that are generated by temperature contrast and the intensity of cold fronts is reduced.