Lest we forget.
Guest essay by Larry Kummer. Editor, Fabius Maximus
Summary — Most 10-year anniversary articles about Katrina omit one chapter of that sad story: its exploitation by climate activists. They predicted more and stronger hurricanes. Let’s grade them. Every time activists falsely cry “wolf” we become weaker, less able to prepare for real threats. Remembering is the first step to learning.
“Sooner or later, everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences.”
— Attributed to Robert Louis Stevenson.
- Katrina and Wilma hit America.
- Alarmists exploit the disaster.
- Hurricanes go MIA.
- Forecasts of hurricanes.
(1) Katrina and Wilma hit America
The 2005 hurricane season was the most active on record by many measures. Ten years ago today Hurricane Katrina almost destroyed New Orleans (details here). Hurricane Wilma hit in Florida on 24 October 2005 (among the most powerful ever recorded in the Atlantic basin).
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