'Climate change alarmists can say whatever they want when talking about the future. They choose their words to scare people, and when they’re talking about what could happen 50 or 100 years from now, many of them know that they will never be held accountable for their irresponsible comments when their doom and gloom predictions fail to come to fruition. However, we are already starting to see some of their more short-term predictions fall apart.
As 2018 draws to a close, experts say this year will go down in history as being the first on record that did not experience any high-end twisters, with not a single violent tornado touching down anywhere in the United States all year and the 10 tornado deaths noted this year vying to become a record low.
Why is that relevant? Many experts and climate change alarmists alike have long held that global warming will lead to more frequent and powerful tornadoes. Trapping heat with greenhouse gases, the theory goes, adds energy to the atmosphere in the form of moist, warm unstable air that forms tornadoes.
If you take a look at former President Barack Obama’s second inaugural speech in January 2013, you’ll see that he said global warming and climate change were causing “raging fires, crippling drought, and more powerful storms.” Incidentally, the year before, 2012, saw the number of tornadoes hit a ten-year low of just 936.
In 2013, National Geographic reported that there hadn’t been any increase in stronger tornadoes, and they even mentioned a possible decrease in the number of tornadoes in the two strongest categories, EF4 and EF5.'
Read more: As 'climate change' fear mongering falls apart, 2018 goes down as the first year in history with no violent tornadoes
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