Even as extreme weather events near all-time lows, climate alarmists claim tornadoes will cause 300% more damage to mobile homes in the coming decades

In an attempt to downsize, get a tax advantage or cut costs, an increasing number of Americans are opting to live in an inexpensive, yet comfortable trailer or mobile home. In the past 60 years, the number of mobile homes in the United States has risen dramatically, with an estimated 9 million families living in one of these tiny homes.

A new study by Michigan State University researchers, however, warns that climate change, tornadoes, and mobile homes have become a dangerous mix, adding that the ever-growing mobile home trend is making America more vulnerable to tornadoes over time. Even though extreme weather events like tornadoes are actually nearing all-time lows, scientists, global warming proponents and the media keep spreading fear among the public.

It is no longer a secret that satellite temperature data showing a “warming trend” is fraudulently altered to create a false feeling that governments care about the people and want to help. Backed up by “science” and corrupted by corporations and governments, fake claims like this help the ones in power expand their territories, while real world issues such as Fukushima radiation, mercury in vaccines, fluoride in water and GMOs remain in the dark.

This new study, published in the journal Regional Science and Urban Economics, wants us to believe that we are at greater than ever risk, claiming that the annual impact of tornadoes is expected to increase threefold over the next few decades. The U.S. is the most tornado-prone country in the world, and these scientists predict that climate change will continue to fuel even more unstable weather.

For their study, the Michigan University researchers investigated the underlying factors of tornado fatalities in the U.S. from 1980 to 2014. They reported that the two biggest contributors to tornado-related deaths were housing quality and income level. According to their data, counties with double the amount of mobile homes compared to other counties will encounter 62 percent more fatalities when a tornado strikes. Much of this data, however, is useless because of the lack of trustworthy climate models.

Another “scientific” study to fuel the climate change hoax

Every year, extraordinary weather records that have stood for centuries are broken. Therefore, scientists around the world are warning people about great floods, droughts, and superstorms unprecedented in human history that may affect millions of people in the near future.

The general belief that climate change is intensifying all extreme, naturally-occurring weather phenomena, such as major droughts, wildfires, heat waves and intense storms, is one of the biggest science frauds our world has ever known. An ever-growing body of evidence is systematically revealing that “catastrophic man-made global warming” is nothing more than an embellished hoax.

Ignoring various recent scientific findings indicating that there has been no warming trend at all for nearly two decades, climate change proponents remain undeterred in their mission to save the world.

In this article, Mike Adams, The Health Ranger and founder of Natural News, explained how the global warming hoax has been used to control humanity, not save or protect it.

He revealed that the climate data that shows the warming trend has been fraudulently altered to “fit the globalist agenda of enslaving the population under a system of absolute behavioral control.” When he took a closer look at the satellite data and motivations of the climate change pushers, he found that the global warming story is a massive scientific hoax being perpetrated for political reasons. In fact, data shows an apparent cooling trend over the last hundred years.

For more info, listen to Mike’s full podcast here.

Extreme weather events near all-time lows

While we have all heard the news that California is finally out of the severe drought that lasted for five years, it’s not just droughts that are coming to an end. According to analysis, nearly all extreme weather is either declining or at near record lows, reports Climate Depot.

“It is not just droughts that are at or near record levels. On almost every measure of extreme weather, the data is not cooperating with the claims of the climate change campaigners. Tornadoes, floods, droughts, and hurricanes are failing to fit in with the global warming narrative,” the website reads.

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