Climate Ministry Of Truth – Attempting To Erase The Record Heat Of 1913

The criminals behind the global warming scam insist that hot weather was impossible at lower CO2 levels, and are trying to erase the 1913 heat record of 134 degrees. They also say that heat waves are getting worse, which is a blatant lie and the exact opposite of reality.

Ahvaz, Iran, reached 129 degrees: Earth’s hottest temperature ever recorded?

Weather Underground was named after Bill Ayers’ 1960’s terrorist organization, which tried to overthrow the US government and kill American civilians. Bill Ayers later launched Barack Obama’s political career.

According to the US Weather Bureau in 1922, the 1913 heat record at Greenland Ranch is extremely reliable, and measured on top notch, well maintained standard equipment.


Climate criminals attempt to erase all history which interferes with their multi-billion dollar climate scam. They say that any temperature reading which contradicts their junk science must be erased.

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12 Responses to Climate Ministry Of Truth – Attempting To Erase The Record Heat Of 1913

  1. gregole says:

    Death Valley is hot and if you don’t think so, you’re not from around here – the austere, majestic desert Southwest.

    I go there in December and meet people from all over the world. But summer is hot. Really, really hot.

  2. gator69 says:

    The real science deniers have spoken, hard and fast data takes a back seat to personal bias and agenda.

  3. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    The hottest ever Australian temperature recorded was 123.26 (F) degrees on January 2, 1960, in Oodnadatta, South Australia.
    From Antony Watts, link below quote.
    “From Wikipedia: The record for the longest heat wave in the world is generally accepted to have been set in Marble Bar in Australia, where from October 31, 1923 to April 7, 1924 the temperature broke the 37.8 °C (100.0 °F) benchmark, setting the heat wave record at 160 days.
    CO2 was 305 ppm at the time. Imagine the press coverage if this happened now.”

    • richard says:

      Captain Charles Sturt 1844-46 expedition into central Australia –

      “At 2 p.m. the thermometer stood at 129 degrees of Fahrenheit, in the shade; and at 149 degrees in the sun; the difference being exactly 20 degrees.”

      “The thermometers sent from England, graduated to 127 degrees only, were too low for the temperature into which I went, and consequently useless at times, when the temperature in the shade exceeded that number of degrees”

      “The thermometer in my tent stood at 117°, and when exposed to the wind rose rapidly to 129°, when I feared the thermometer would break as it only reached to 132°.” 27th Dec 1845.

      “At noon I took a thermometer, graduated to 127 degrees, out of my box, and observed that the mercury was up to 125 degrees. Thinking that it had been unduly influenced, I put it in the fork of a tree close to me, sheltered alike from the wind and the sun. In this position I went to examine it about an hour afterwards, when I found that the mercury had risen to the top of the instrument, and that its further expansion had burst the bulb, a circumstance that I believe no traveller has ever before had to record.”

  4. RAH says:

    In climate “science”, when they find it impossible to ignore facts or observational data, they just do their best to debase or erase them. That methodology is in fact a corner stone of climate “science” as we see it today.

  5. Stewart Pid says:

    I tried to check the siting of the weather station in Ahvaz but had no luck. However I bet it is a real beauty in a sea of asphalt with lots of concrete and not a blade of grass or a tree to be seen for miles.
    Anyone else try or have a better source for finding the info on Ahvaz?

    • AlfredMelbourne says:

      I went to Ahwaz in 1978. Since then, the population has probably increased by a factor of 3 – to 1.2 million. Iran’s population has trebled over this period.

      A glance at Google Maps for Ahwaz will confirm that it is highly urbanised at present – with no parks and few open spaces. Claustrophobic.

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