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Has the earth experienced a comprehensive increase in rainfall intensity over the past seven decades?

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According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which has engaged in deceitful actions to exaggerate global warming, changes in rainfall intensity are equivocal and varying: "Since 1951 there have been statistically significant increases in the number of heavy precipitation events (e.g., above the 95th percentile) in more regions than there have been statistically significant decreases, but there are strong regional and sub-regional variations in the trends. In particular, many regions present statistically non-significant or negative trends, and, where seasonal changes have been assessed, there are also variations between seasons (e.g., more consistent trends in winter than in summer in Europe)." Also, several peer-reviewed studies have found that apparent changes in rainfall trends vanish when examining longer timeframes that better account for natural variations.

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