Can anyone show me one human death directly from "global warming?" Can anyone show me one person who has died from a ~1 degree temp rise?
I am now becoming aware of all the misinformation and hype that has overshadowed authoritative sources and actual science. I have posted info from NOAA, NASA, and peer reviewed papers over this past week showing the following:
1. There are more trees worldwide than 35 years ago.
2. Global fires are down the past 25 years.
3. N Atlantic hurricanes have steadily declined since 1870.
4. US tornadoes have remained level for 50 years.
5. US tornadoes have decreased in intensity, 50 years.
6. Worldwide flooding is not increasing.
7. There is no distinct US flood patterns since 1940.
8. Worldwide droughts have not increased.
9. Weather intensity has not increased in China for 50 years.
10. Extreme rain events have not increased since 1872.
11. We have the most abundant food supply in human history.
What I have found is all these negative consequences have other causes.
---Hunger is mostly caused by war/political strife and not the ability to grow and/or distribute food.
---Many more people die from cold weather than hot weather.
---Any increased disease is caused by seasonal weather and not long term climate.
Do I need to offer someone a $10,000 if they can find me one person?
Sources: You can check the questions in Yahoo Global Warming to see this info. Or check here:
Journal of Hydrology, Volume 552, September 2017, pp. 704-717
- KayleenRLv 77 months ago
Finally someone who reads and can understand what figures are telling us
- 10 months ago
You must accept the climate warming.....you are getting sleepy.....very very sleepy.....
- Anonymous10 months ago
Well, I saw a pic of Al Gore clutching his chest after he washed down a gallon of ice cream with a bowl of whipped cream.
The Galveston website has a list of their hurricanes for over a century.
Not as strong as they used to be. Real history makes the alarmists sound like crickets.
- 10 months ago
Read up on the death tolls from the hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. Oh, and your question is worded such that it shows your fact sources are out of date, since the term used for the past few years is climate change, not global warming.