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07/30/2006 07:19 PM ID: 56011 Permalink   

Study: Global Warming/Hurricane Ties May Be Void


Data proving that global warming has a correlation with Hurricane strength may be void. According to new research done by Chris Landsea of the National Hurricane Center, outdated technology may have underestimated the strength of storms in the past.

"The methodology is fine. There's no problem with the way they analyzed the data," said Landsea, science and operations officer at the hurricane center. "The problem is with the data itself."

The research claims that past data of hurricane strength can not be accurately compared with recent data because of advancements made in satellite imagery technology.

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title should be

Global Warming/Hurricane ties may be void.


Global Warming/Hurricane ties void?

the title make its sound definate... i thought a hurricanes strength was largely depenbdant on the climate of its spawning grounds; the temperature of the surface of the atlantic ocean, unless this is completely false global warming should have an impact on hurricane strength
  by: HAVOC666     07/30/2006 07:42 PM     
  o shush  
it aint like im the first person to do that on here. just ignore it if it bothers you so much.
  by: shoezacks   07/30/2006 08:03 PM     
  Changed title...  
  by: Lurker     07/30/2006 08:20 PM     
no need to take it personal... just pointing out a misleading title
  by: HAVOC666     07/30/2006 09:24 PM     
don't have enough data on hurricanes let alone the climate to really make any accurate claims. The earth has been around 4.5 billion years and we're basing these claims off of 120 years of hurricane data. It's really just speculation.
  by: banshee9898     07/30/2006 10:46 PM     
I found it peculiar that a guy studying hurricanes would be named Landsea.
  by: relacks   07/30/2006 11:06 PM     
I find it interesting your handle ends in acks.
  by: caution2     07/31/2006 12:14 AM     
  by: sp00ky187   07/31/2006 06:05 AM     
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