Hurricane Katrina was supposed to herald a new era of devastating climate-change induced hurricanes and superstorms. Well, it’s been ten years and I don’t believe we’ve experienced any unusually devastating hurricanes. Now I am a firm believer in AGW so don’t attack the humble bearer of inconvenient truths; however, unless I’ve missed something the seasonal incidence of hurricanes seems to be as normal as it was ten or fifty years ago. This anomaly (or lack thereof) hasn't affected climate alarmists, though. They still cite every weather report as evidence that we are all doomed. El Nino? Climate change. La Nina? Climate change. Drought in California? Climate change. Rain in Indonesia? Climate change. Instead of treating AGW as a long-term threat, their scare-mongering and dogmatic refusal to consider clean nuclear power has caused most of the nation to tune them out.