PBS NewsHour: How Climate Loads the Hurricane Dice

September 15, 2018


6 Responses to “PBS NewsHour: How Climate Loads the Hurricane Dice”

  1. J4Zonian Says:

    I think of it in terms of 4 dimensions of increased threat rather than 3. I don’t know if the science is showing it conclusively yet, but it seems clear that storms are also moving slower, getting stuck over some places so they dump tremendous amounts of rain in one area, increasing the damage, the cost and difficulty of dealing with it and the death and injury toll.

    • J4Zonian Says:

      But PS, yes, he was great–clear, concise, measured, confident, focused… How come we haven’t seen him before?

      • redskylite Says:

        agree a very clear competent communicator – just the sort we need more of right now.

      • Russell Cook (@QuestionAGW) Says:

        Might want to tune into the PBS NewsHour more often if that kind of content bolsters your beliefs. Avid watcher such as myself can tell you (quantified here http://gelbspanfiles.com/?page_id=3834 ) that this is Dr Horton’s seventh appearance on the program, unopposed and unquestioned in his viewpoints, I should add.

        • Russell Cook (@QuestionAGW) Says:

          “Avid watchers” plural. (pre-emptive strike against those of you who love to criticize typos, which none of us are immune to)

        • dumboldguy Says:

          Here’s Russell, the Heartland denier troll, complaining that Horton has made seven appearances on NewsHour and was “unopposed and unquestioned” in his viewpoints. ROTFLMAO! That’s because NewsHour does not believe in “balancing” Horton’s real science with horseshit propaganda and untruths from deniers like Russell.

          WARNING! DO NOT visit Russell’s site—-GlobsOfS**T.com—-unless you want to be misled and nauseated. I also find it more than a bit ironic that Russell complains about opposing viewpoints being excluded from NewsHour. when he himself does not allow any open comments on his site. Hypocrisy anyone?

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