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Tornadoes Not a Sign of Global Warming

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Tim Ball discusses the science of tornadoes and storms, and the use of fear of extreme weather by politicians and environmental extremists to promote their political agendas.



Centuries of Yellow River Climate

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You have been told in countless news stories that increasing greenhouse gases is causing droughts and floods all over the world. World Climate Reports looks at two studies of droughts and floods in the Yellow River area in China. One shows that recent climate trends could probably be attributed to the climate effects of black carbon aerosols and human-induced land cover changes. A second study shows a history of the Yellow River streamflow has decreased significantly but is not yet out of the range of earlier streamflow fluctuations reconstructed for the past several centuries.



Winnipeg River: Better Than Ever

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This World Climate Report reviews a paper titled "Streamflow in the Winnipeg River Basin, Canada: Trends, Extremes and Climate Linkages". The authors note, "the potential threats to water supply faced by the Canadian Prairie provinces over the next few decades will not include decreasing streamflow in the Winnipeg River basin."



North American Droughts

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This article summarizes the history of North American droughts. It shows there was a 400 year mega-drought during the Medieval Warm Period, as well as the droughts of the 1930s and 1950s. This contradicts claims that droughts are getting more intense.



A Brief History of North American Drought

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Three Earth scientists studies the history of droughts in North America.




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