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New Study Crushes IPCC Alarm...Hails A 22% Global Decline In Natural Disaster Death Risk Since 1990s

New Study Crushes IPCC Alarm…Hails A 22% Global Decline In Natural Disaster Death Risk Since 1990s

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Share this…FacebookTwitter With data showing individual death risk from natural disasters (floods, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes…) declined from 7.2 per million population in the 1990s to 5.6 in the 2010s, a new study takes aim at the IPCC’s “subjective opinion” labeling method in the manufacture of climate alarm. Per an exhaustive data analysis (Broccard, 2021), both […]

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New Study: 100-Year Flood Events Are Globally Decreasing In Frequency And Probability Since 1970

New Study: 100-Year Flood Events Are Globally Decreasing In Frequency And Probability Since 1970

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn contrast to alarming claims about rare, 100-year flood events now occurring every few years due to global warming, scientists have determined the exact opposite is more likely true. Not only have flood frequencies declined globally in the last 50 years, but the probability of a 100-year flood event is now so rare it […]

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