Have a good look at the openers here:-
Cyclone Yasi is building as a storm of unprecedented ferocity - the likes of which hasn't been seen since 1918.
Well, that didn't take long. Right on cue, just for RobertGuyton:-
'Steadily warmed,' eh? Just ignore the hard evidence of pronounced global COOLING since 1999.
Scientists say there is a likely climate change link to the current La Nina through higher sea surface temperatures. The world's oceans and atmosphere have steadily warmed over recent decades and that warmth could be providing monsoons and storms with an extra kick.
A major global study in 2010, based on complex computer modeling, found that tropical cyclones will become stronger, with the intensity increasing between 2 and 11 percent by 2100.
Note the absence of serious evidence. Just unnamed 'scientists' with computer models.
Not again? Surely not?