The reason is that high levels of CO2 emissions created by the United States have altered the atmosphere, forcing hurricanes to land in Mexico rather than Florida.
If that sound fanciful, there is a reason: It's total nonsense.
Granted, there have been no major hurricane strikes in the United States for 12 months. However, the presence of CO2 is wholly unrelated to the weather patterns that determine the paths of hurricanes.
It is absurd to assume that high levels of CO2 prevent hurricanes. It is also absurd to assume high levels of CO2 cause hurricanes.
The climate change myth was concocted by the predatory left to provide Marxism an excuse to attack free market economies.
Eventually, however, a major hurricane will strike the United States and when it does our Christian friends will determine it is a sign of the imminent return of Jesus and our leftist friends will assign it to CO2 emissions.
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Even as the remnants of historically powerful Hurricane Patricia dropped heavy rains on Texas on Saturday, the United States marked the completion of a record 120 straight months since the last major hurricane (Category 3 or above) made landfall in the continental United States.
The last major hurricane to make landfall on the continental United States was Hurricane Wilma, which hit Florida on October 24, 2005.
On Friday morning, the National Hurricane Center had reported that Patricia, at that point was “the strongest hurricane on record in the National Hurricane Center's area of responsibility (AOR) which includes the Atlantic and the eastern North Pacific basins.”
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