(National Sentinel)Â Weather: Directly refuting the nonsensical claims of climate change hoaxers like Al Gore and Hollywood stars,Â real climate scientist Roy Spencer argues in a new e-book that the pattern of hurricanes seen this season are natural phenomena called “weather.”
As reported byÂ The Washington Times, Dr. Spencer, a climatologist at the University of Alabama, has just published a 50-page e-book titled, â€œInevitable Disaster: Why Hurricanes Canâ€™t Be Blamed on Global Warming,” less than a month after Gore released “An Inconvenient Sequel,” a follow-up ‘documentary’ to his 2006 film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
In his e-book, SpencerÂ challenges the oft-repeated assertion that this yearâ€™s powerful hurricane season is â€œwhat climate change looks like,â€ arguing that the storms are neither an aberration nor a result of rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Last month, Spencer released “An Inconvenient Deception,” in which he also argued against the dogma of ‘human-caused climate change’ that has become Gore’s existence and aÂ cause celebreÂ among Hollywood A-B-C and D-listers.
The Times notes:
As of midday Thursday, â€œAn Inconvenient Deceptionâ€ and â€œInevitable Disasterâ€ ranked number one and two on Amazonâ€™s list of bestsellers in the category of Environment & Nature, while Mr. Goreâ€™s companion book to â€œAn Inconvenient Sequelâ€ ranked 100th.
Mr. Spencerâ€™s latest book challenges the oft-repeated assertion that this yearâ€™s powerful hurricane season is â€œwhat climate change looks like,â€ arguing that the storms are neither an aberration nor a result of rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
â€œThis isnâ€™t what human-caused climate change looks like,â€ Mr. Spencer said in the e-book. â€œItâ€™s what weather looks like.â€
These truths haven’t stopped Gore and Co. from hyping the latest storms as “proof” of their unproven theories about climate change.
â€œThis is an unusual time. Within the last two weeks, we have had two more record-breaking, climate-connected storms,â€ said Gore in a Monday speech at the World Economic Forum.
â€œThere have been many years with multiple Cat 4 hurricanes in the Atlantic, but there is nothing about global warming theory that says more of those will make landfall,â€ he said. â€œWhile the official estimate is that this was the first time two Cat 4 storms hit the U.S., since Florida was virtually unpopulated before 1900, we probably donâ€™t really know.â€
Before this year, there hadn’t been any hurricanes making landfall in the U.S. since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, spanning a period that climatologists dubbed a “hurricane drought.”
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