Friday, December 01, 2006

Hurricanes, Algore?

Not one hurricane hit the United States this year. Remember how the 2005 hurricane season proved that global warming was hurting us? Does 2006 prove that the globe is getting colder? Tell us, Albert Gore, Jr., please. Yahoo News/Associated Press:
MIAMI - The mild 2006 Atlantic hurricane season draws to a close Thursday without a single hurricane striking the United States — a stark contrast to the record-breaking 2005 season that killed more than 1,500 people and left thousands homeless along the Gulf Coast. Nine named storms and five hurricanes formed this season, and just two of the hurricanes were considered major. That is considered a near-normal season — and well short of the rough season government scientists had forecast.

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