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US Hurricanes Continue Their Decline: ‘Peaked in 1886…Declining ever since – as CO2 has increased’

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The number of hurricanes striking the US peaked in 1886, and have been declining ever since – as CO2 has increased.

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HURDAT Re-analysis

As CO2 has increased, the number of hurricanes hitting the US has decreased

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The total hurricane intensity is also declining.

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There is no evidence linking hurricanes to CO2,

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