Tornadoes

There has been no detectable increase in tornado activity in recent decades as temperatures modestly warm. Even the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) acknowledges this. In fact, tornadoes have become rarer and significantly weaker.

Media Blame ‘Climate Depression’ on Tornado – As Tornadoes Become Less Frequent

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AZCentral, a subsidiary of USA Today, published an article this week tracing a woman’s depression and mental health problems to climate change, based on a tornado that struck her home when she was a...

Climate Hysteria Rebuked: Less Tornadoes Than Average in 2020

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The corporate media claims that natural disasters are getting more frequent and severe due to anthropogenic climate change. Well, the numbers are in, and we saw less tornadoes than average in 2020. At least...

U.S. Experienced Below-Average 2020 Tornado Year, Continuing Long-Term Trend

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The United States in 2020 experienced fewer tornadoes than average, continuing a long-term trend of fewer of the deadly, extreme-weather events. The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center (NWSSPC) reports 1,247 U.S. tornadoes in...

An Inconvenient Truth: Tornado Numbers Expose Al Gore’s Lies

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In two articles published this past week here at Climate Realism, we showed how Al Gore’s predictions about melting glaciers in Glacier National Park and disappearing snows at Mt. Kilimanjaro have proven spectacularly wrong....

Honors Students at University of Utah Attack UN Climate Consensus

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Eleven students with the University of Utah’s Honors College viciously attacked climate science in an April 11 column in the Salt Lake City Tribune. The latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on...

Place blame for recent tornadoes where It belongs

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Tornadoes are in long-term decline due to warming temperatures. Click here to Read More

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