Daily Archives: September 8, 2016

September 8, 1925

Prior to 1960, September 8 was a very hot day in the US. On September 8, 1925 almost 20% of US stations were over 100 degrees. CALHOUN FALLS SC 111 NEWPORT AR 109 EASTMAN 1 W GA 108 STATE UNIV MS … Continue reading

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Man-Made Modeling Abuse Increases The Odds Of NOAA Fraud

NOAA says that nearly a foot of rain in one day in Louisiana confirms their models showing man-made climate change has increased the odds of floods. NOAA: Climate Change increased odds for Louisiana downpour | FOX 61 On April 15, … Continue reading

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Northeast US Used To Be In Drought Most Of The Time

People in the Northeastern US have gotten used to wet weather, but from 1910 to 1970 the Northeast was in drought most of the time. Most likely due to your SUV. Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information … Continue reading

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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Says He Is Really Good At Killing People

In 2011, Nobel Prize Winner Barack Obama said he was really good at killing people. ‘Double Down,’ by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann – The New York Times He also said that same sex marriage is a vital issue he … Continue reading

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15 Feet Of Sea Level Rise In Ten Minutes

More people died in September 8, 1900 Galveston Hurricane than in all US hurricanes combined since then. A storm surge of 15 feet washed the city away and killed 10,000 people. 12 Sep 1900, Page 1 – The Brooklyn Daily Eagle … Continue reading

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Nothing Ever Changes

The day after Ronald Reagan was elected in 1980, Bruce Springsteen said he was “pretty frightened.”  Thirty six years later, progressives are still pretty frightened by the same things. They never learn, anything. But a great performance anyway …

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NASA Homogenization Fraud In Iceland

Iceland has six stations in Iceland with temperature records going back to at least 1940. All show a very warm period around 1940 and sharp cooling from 1940 to 1980. However, after homogenization five of the six have had their … Continue reading

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