Skip to comments.NOAA image reveales the world’s worst hit areas. (Composite image of storm tracks ) Title Modded
Posted on 09/17/2013 7:43:01 AM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Last month, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration charted the 11,967 tropical cyclones that have occurred on Earth since records began. By colouring how many times any storm track overlapped another, certain patterns arise in the density of storms affecting a given area. Cyclone tracks overlapped the most in the western Pacific and Bay of Bengal. The frequency of track overlaps is much lower in the Western Hemisphere
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But I found the composite Image more interesting.!!
I think the southern oceans and atmosphere tend to be a bit cooler due to the lack of land masses south of the equator. That probably has something to do with it.
Interesting question...but maybe Climate Change isn’t so active due to peioples activities down there....?/s
Don’t they have storms on the West coast of South America?
They do have nasty Earthquakes.
This just proves my theory: Mother Nature hates Bangladesh.
Basically, because there is little land area to concentrate the warmth of the Sunlight to drive the formation of the only valid “Green House Gas” = Water Vapor H2O. Willis Eschenbach at WUWT has a good explanation of the actions involved:
Notice that there are no hurricane tracks through the center equatorial region (about +- 8 degrees latitude north and south). Funny that. Where it is hottest, there are no hurricanes. The lack of equatorial hurricanes means that a significant part of the South American land mass, is located where no hurricanes form.
Yet more evidence Bangladesh is the armpit of the world....
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