Florida has gone nine years without a hurricane. I remember the post-Katrina and Wilma days, when we were warned at least weekly that hurricanes would be stronger and more frequent because of climate change.
Since then, I haven’t read one retraction or correction of this dire warning.
People would be more likely to believe “climate experts” when they are correct, if those same experts admitted when they were wrong.
Barry Jay Warsch, Hallandale Be
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