Daily Archives: April 19, 2014

Troops Dealing With A Domestic Terrorism Problem During The 1930s

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A Different View Of Extreme Weather From 1975


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A Hockey Stick Of Data Tampering In Illinois

The National Weather Service says December-March was the coldest on record in Chicago. But NCDC says that December-March temperatures in Illinois were fourth coldest, and not as cold as the winter of 1977-1978. There was a lot more ice on … Continue reading

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Understanding Domestic Terror

Rancher raising food on land his family has been using since 1870. Government wants the land. Government calls rancher a domestic terrorist, and sends storm troopers to liquidate the problem.

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King George III – October 27, 1775

October 27, 1775 King George III speaks before both houses of the British Parliament to discuss growing concern about the rebellion in America, which he viewed as a traitorous action against himself and Great Britain. He began his speech by … Continue reading

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1896 Tornado Wrecked 8,500 Buildings In St. Louis

A tornado which hit St. Louis in 1896, killed 138 people and wrecked 8,500 buildings. CO2 was below 300 PPM at the time. THE ST. LOUIS TORNADO. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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Before CO2 Wrecked The Climate, A 1925 Tornado Killed 900 People In Three States

AIRPLANE OBSERVER MAPS TORNADO’S WOE – Sails Over Flattened Towns Where the Silent Living Search for Their Dead

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1930 Shock News : Alpine Glaciers In Full Retreat

A NEW CHAPTER WRITTEN BY THE GLACIER – The Retreat of the Ice Rivers in the Alps 

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Understanding First Amendment Zones

The Obama strategy is to name everything the exact opposite of what it actually is. When he uses the word “affordable” he means very expensive.  When he talks about de-politicizing science, he means making it 100% political. Most open and transparent … Continue reading

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Springtime Finally Arrives In Wisconsin

The Great Lakes Are Still Almost Half Frozen, And It Could Affect The Environment For Years

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