By Paul Homewood



In their “Student’s Guide To Global Climate Change”, the EPA have a section entitled “Wilder Weather”, which states “Over the past 20 years, hurricanes and other tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean have become stronger”. The implication is clear that this is due to global warming. They back up this statement with the  Power Dissipation Graph shown below.




All seems very straight forward, but what have they forgotten to tell the kids? Well, for a start they could have mentioned perhaps the most important fact – as their own Climate Change Indicators booklet states

Over time, data collection methods have changed as technology has improved. For example, wind speed collection methods have evolved substantially over the past 60 years. How these changes in data gathering technologies might affect data consistency over the life of the indicator is not fully…

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