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Friday, September 23, 2005

Expert Tells Congress Global Warming Not to Blame

What's going on? Last year it was Florida. This year, it's Katrina and now Rita. You, like I, have probably heard the speculation that the recent spate of intense hurricanes that have hit our U.S. gulf coast in the last few years are partly the result of global warming.

One of our nation's chief hurricane experts disagrees. Go here and here to read what Max Mayfield, the Director of The National Hurricane Center has to say. He testified to congress saying that it is simply part of a natural cycle. If it were global warming, then we should be seeing the same effects worldwide. But that is not the case. In fact, he states, in some areas, hurricane activity has significantly decreased.

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