1935 – Most Powerful Hurricane In US History, And Alaskan Glaciers Retreating Miles Per Year

Labor Day 1935, the most powerful hurricane in US history struck Florida.

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On the same day, it was reported that Alaska’s glaciers were retreating miles per year.

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September 7, 1935 – TWO MORE VESSELS KEPT FROM SAILING BY SEAMEN’S STRIKE | Chicago Tribune Archive

NASA says that 1935 was one of the 50 coldest years on record.

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3 Responses to 1935 – Most Powerful Hurricane In US History, And Alaskan Glaciers Retreating Miles Per Year

  1. gator69 says:

    It’s common knowledge that before 1979 people just did not know how to read thermometers, barmoeters, anemometers, or rain gauges. They were like lemurs with musical instruments.

  2. Steve Fraser says:

    I was at the Mendenhal last week. It is looking pretty good, and the Falls next to it are inspiring.

    The Taku glacier is advancing 17 meters/year.

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