Posted 20 September 2017
Professor Larry Bell, of the University of Houston, writes at Newsmax: "While the water temperature in the Gulf of Mexico is recently about 4 degrees above average, a review of major Gulf hurricanes between 1870 and 2010 by meteorologist Roy Spencer at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, revealed that they occurred with equal frequency both when when conditions were below and above average. Since hurricanes don't seem to care about global warming in the least either way, why should we? Nevertheless, let's recognise that tropical storms and hurricanes always remain to be very real and serious coastal threats."
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