Number of Landfalls of Big U.S. Storms Could Break 1916 Record By Will Wade | September 18, 2020 Email This Subscribe to Newsletter Email to a friend Facebook Tweet LinkedIn Print Article Article 2 Comments September 18, 2020 at 12:29 pm Craig Winston Cornell says: Like or Dislike: 4 4Remember a few years ago when Insurance Journal published an article pointing out how few named storms had hit the United States over the previous 15 years, an all-time record low number for that period of time? Right. Me neither. September 18, 2020 at 3:48 pm Craig Winston Cornell says: Like or Dislike: 1 0I agree that 100 years is a VERY short time frame for a planet that has been around for billions of years. I agree that the most sensational, fear-mongering articles get published here, but articles that cause reflection that maybe things aren’t so bad don’t ever see the light of day. (Example: the IPCC’s latest projection is NOT the worst case projection, but slightly worse than current conditiions. Don’t look for that in Insurance Journal. Or on CNN, NY Times etc. etc.) I agree with more and more REAL climate scientists that all of the fear mongering is killing serious discussion about climate change solutions that make sense. I agree that if the lock down kills over 1,000,000. children, that where I put the semi-colon in my sentence isn’t very important, and that just on deaths alone, the lock down is a mistake, if we treat every human life as equal. Comment have been closed for this article.