Climate experts continue to claim that global warming will be accompanied by more extreme weather events such as prolonged droughts and major floods. But new studies speak against it. Globally, there is no trend of such extreme weather conditions becoming more severe. What matters are facts, not scaremongering.
Over the years, individual extreme weather conditions such as summer droughts or flooding accompanied by hurricanes have been cited as “evidence” of the negative consequences of climate change. According to the hardliners, this will make the weather conditions much worse. So longer and more intense droughts, as well as stronger and more widespread floods. However, based on extensive studies this does not appear to be the case.
A comprehensive study published in 2022 shows that there has been no increasing trend in droughts over the past 120 years. There is no sign of this from both hydrological and meteorological point of view. Rather, there were more widespread meteorological droughts from 1902 to 1959 than the period from 1959 to 2014. Actually understandable from a physical point of view, because warm air can absorb more water than cold.
But according to another study (also published in 2022), the flood showed no signs of intensification. As the paper’s authors write: “We found that in most parts of the world, flood levels decrease as temperatures increase.
Observational records often provide further evidence of a decline in annual flood maxima. And that, although slightly warmer air can absorb more water.
Once again, empirical studies prove that the climate cult’s entire apocalyptic doomsday scenarios are based on unrealistic computer models. Scientific facts speak a completely different language. Because the real current problem is that as opposed to about 1.65 billion people in 1900, more than 8 billion people now inhabit the planet. People who are living in areas prone to extreme weather events that their ancestors previously avoided.