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Saturday, July 29, 2006

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Local News: "For example, Hurricane Hugo's strength was underestimated based on images taken from an angle, and similar errors probably occurred frequently in the 1970s and 1980s, when there was less satellite coverage, the authors write.

While there may be trends in storm intensity linked to sea temperatures, which have increased, the 'trends are very likely to be much smaller (or even negligible) than those found in the recent studies,' the paper says."

Bad science is bad science, especially when it is used to support a political agenda like Algore's.
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