Tuesday, April 03, 2007

2006 was a record year for tropical cyclones

Fascinating, i knew the N.Atlantic hurricane season was quite but not that the rest of the world had been busy with tropical storms...

Many Climate Change deniers point out the fact that 2006 ended-up being a very quiet year for Atlantic hurricanes. While that is true and was probably due to some local conditions, the fact is that globally 2006 was a record year for hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones. The Pacific ocean generated an unheard of number of strong storms last year. And in the last few months, there has been many category 4 and 5 storms. Somehow the western media doesn’t cover such events at all, even though some countries like Madagascar have been devastated.

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At 5:08 AM, Blogger Timothy Chase said...

I believe the article you were pointing to was:

The Intersection: 21 Cat 4-5 Storms for 2006?http://scienceblogs.com/intersection/2007/01/21_cats_45.php

It probably showed up neer the top when you linked, but it has been a little bit...


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