Mother Nature, not man, makes blizzards and hurricanes | Letters


I fondly remember the great blizzard of 1978, which dumped enough snow on the northeastern United States to paralyze airports and transportation in cities such as Buffalo, N.Y., and Philadelphia. I was 10 years old when it happened. The blizzard gave school kids like me over a week of snow days to enjoy with my friends and family.

Nobody back then ever thought of “global warming” or “climate change.” We were all just astounded that such a snowstorm could be so powerful.

These days, meteorologists and activists seem to blame climate change and global warming for every natural disaster happening in the world today, from the strength of hurricanes to the severity of the terrible wildfires happening in Australia. I say it’s mostly a bunch of hooey.

If you live in a certain geographic zone, you’re bound to experience bad-weather incidents. In the winter in the northeastern United States, for example, you’ll…



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