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Analysis: Hurricanes Have Not Gotten More Intense, Frequent Over Past 170 Years

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Despite the 1°C global warming seen since the mid 18th century, hurricane intensity and frequency remained well with the range of natural variability and have not trended upwards. “If anything, it’s a decrease,” reports Die kalte Sonne.

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