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PHILIPPINES TYPHOON TRAGIC, BUT NOT OUR FAULT

Posted 18 November 2013

"IPCC scientists concluded that they had only “Low confidence” that “damaging increases will occur in either drought or tropical cyclone activity” as a result of global warming. The NIPCC report released on September 17, 2013 concluded the same, asserting that 'In no case has a convincing relationship been established between warming over the past 100 years and increases in any of these extreme events.' While Typhoon Haiyan was certainly a tragic event, it is important to recognize that the number of tropical cyclones making landfall in the Philippines has not changed significantly over the past century." - Tom Harris writing in Canada Free Press.

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