Not rare, just ignored. In fact, the true believers keep a list of them.
In fact, you don't even need to dig very deep to find disagreement, and/or some of your own scientists calling for restraint in predictions.
Considering that all human development on this planet had been established with respect to reasonably constant climactic regimes in respective locations - a significant alteration of climactic regimes can only been seen as negative in impact since the existing infrastucture across the various climate regions will become inappropriate for the conditions.
There will of course be occaisional cases of opportunistic "winners" - but overall, the impact will be negative wherever established communities currently exist.
The only one i can think of offhand is the opening of the St Lawrence seaway but you would probably know more about that than me'
How about you "educate me" instead of posting time and again "neener neener you is poopie heads!" Something that will, if it does not cease, get you reported for trolling and flame baiting
I think it is nice we have a longer construction season here now!!
But the major issues, especially in larger cities will be things like water supply. Reseviors are designed to suit the locale and the known hydrological conditions of the site. If there is a shift in rainfall in an area - either up or down - then you are left with very expensive and very important piece of infrastucture that has not actually been designed for the conditions it will be operating under.
At worst this could mean flooding or water shortages. But even if those extremes are avoided - there will still be a massive ongoing cost in operating infrastructure that simply is not designed to do the job it is now being asked to do.
I notice you refuse to actually show more hurricane and more powerful because that is a lie. You have to go back and include 30 years because the last few years have been quiet in the US for hurricanes