Hot Days Are Climate

Nice little climate you have got there. We wouldn’t want anything bad to happen to it.

Summer is here, and it is hot in Arizona – so the climate mafia is performing their annual rite of trying to frighten people into paying their protection money to the mob.

By 2100, Deadly Heat May Threaten Majority of Humankind

There is no indication that heatwaves are getting worse – even the EPA admits that.

Climate Change Indicators: High and Low Temperatures | Climate Change Indicators in the United States | US EPA

The hottest temperatures ever recorded happened at 300 PPM CO2.


I started school at ASU in 1974, the year they set their all-time record heatwave. Eighteen consecutive days over 110F.

At the peak of that heatwave, Time Magazine announced that Earth was headed into another ice age.

TIME Magazine Archive Article — Another Ice Age? — Jun. 24, 1974

The crooks behind this scam need to be called out and removed from any place where they can do damage to the decent people of the earth.

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23 Responses to Hot Days Are Climate

  1. scott allen says:

    Ironic or just business as usual for the climate science world.

    The publication “Land Degradation & Development” involved in citation fraud, just named one of the top investigative climate science journals in the world.

  2. Jeffk says:

    Let’s assume they’re right and humans actually suffer and die in huge numbers by 2100. Now wouldn’t that be better for the environment if so many died off? Fewer human parasites to pollute and add CO2 with. Gosh they should tell their population control cousins about this — or maybe not!

    • DD More says:

      Jeff , it matters if they have enough Vodka. Lucky for the Paki’s that their religion forbids.

      2010 News
      A prolonged heatwave across European Russia combined with a prodigious consumption of vodka has led to dozens of drownings every day as drunken swimmers attempt to cool off in lakes and ponds. More than 200 people have drowned in the last week alone.

      Vadim Seregin, of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, said 52 Russians died on Monday, and 49 on Tuesday in drowning incidents. Last month the total figure was 1,200 deaths, and numbers are likely to rise this month as the country experiences some of the hottest weather in recorded history.

      So it’s not the Heat, nor the Humidity, it’s the Vodka.

  3. Hell_Is_Like_Newark says:

    Interesting how the heat wave index dropped in the mid ’60s to late 1970s. Was that due to the ‘global cooling’ that I get told repeatedly “never existed”?

  4. Gator69 says:

    Ramadan is far more dangerous than climate change. NG is not fooling anyone.

  5. Arn says:

    That means nothing as even my hemmorhoids are more dangerous than global warming.

    But Ramadan is on another way proof how islam really is-
    Muslims go fridays to mosque ,pray ,then leave the mosque and then starting with protests and violence.

    Muslims have Ramadan and violence explodes.

    Thats the big difference to all other religions.
    When others contemplate or follow their ceremonies they calm down,
    in islam they heat up.
    And this is not the only ‘joke’ of a religion islam is
    as fasting period in islam is also a joke.
    The only fasting period where people get fater instead of thinner as this is just pseudo fasting as you only must not eat during daytime.
    So muslims simply reorganise their meals to nighttime and eat a lot at night.

    (and btw also prove how dumb and fake islam is as in northern regions during summer where the sun does not go down ramadan can not being practiced as people would die because there is no night.
    (Strange that super smart allah did not knew about this fact so muslims these days in norway were forced to find another bunch of dumb and lame excuses
    to eat during daytime during ramadan)

  6. Andy DC says:

    The alarmist community has the Greenland Ranch record under attack, trying to expunge it from the record book. Among the attacks, the observer was said to have had mental problems and might have been an alcoholic. Also the Greenland station was surrounded by other stations that were much less hot.

    The author was smearing and defaming an observer who is no doubt long dead and thus cannot defend himself.

    The siting seems perfectly fine, no jet planes, no air-conditioning exhaust, no big roads or huge buildings. A lot better than many modern sites.

    My question is why was this record not challenged in 1913, before the trail got cold?
    This appears to be nothing by a gratuitous smear campaign against a dead person over 100 years after the fact. But since it fits the alarmist agenda, there was absolutely no problem getting this smear piece published in a peer reviewed journal.

    • Frank K. says:

      “Among the attacks, the observer was said to have had mental problems and might have been an alcoholic.”

      Actually, sounds like your modern climate activist to me…

      • RAH says:

        Well you know the new name for the place is “Furnace Creek”.

        The name “Greenland Ranch” was a marketing ploy because the honcho of the mining company had visions of making the place a resort development of sorts.

  7. Ralph says:

    You’re not a good alarmist unless you acknowledge that hot weather is climate. Cold weather is simply weather.

  8. Romeo says:

    As someone who lives in Phoenix, it’s been quite ridiculous listening to the news media go crazy about this ‘heat wave’. This is nothing out of the ordinary. It gets hot here every summer and always flirts with 120. We hit 118 last year around the same time of year and we are routinely above 110 throughout the summer. This is nothing to see here type of news if not for the climate fraudsters scaring all the newbies from Minnesota and Wisconsin who now live here.

    • Penelope says:

      I know, Romeo. Just another propaganda push. Here in Central Coast CA I pick up Bakersfield & Las Vegas on the radio & they can’t shut up about the heat of the past two days. Of course CA’s notable snowfalls this year get no mention.

      Let’s face it; they want to control the use of energy to hamstring us economically; the poorer we are the less we’re able to fight back against their oligarchical NWO.

  9. GW says:

    A couple of Kamchatka volcanoes have gone off pretty big the past few days or so. Could make things interesting this winter.

  10. John F. Hultquist says:

    We were in Tucson in June of the year of the chart. Visited the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum — 117 °F (or maybe that was Phoenix a few years earlier at the Desert Botanical Garden). We recommend both. One has to admire anything that can thrive in such places.

    Same region, same time of year, same heat.

    • gregole says:

      It was 117 deg F today in Phoenix John – and I have about a 35 – 40 minute commute on a motorcycle right at the peak heat! Hey, it’s the Sonoran desert…it gets hot here. But really, this is just nothing out of the ordinary. Summer, Arizona, hot. Just weather.

      • RAH says:

        And it looks like your in for another hot one today (Tuesday) with a high of 118 forecast. The thing is, if the forecast is correct, your not cooling that much at night. Getting down into the low 90s by 05:00.

      • RAH says:

        Here we go. “It’s so hot in Phoenix, they can’t fly planes”

        Wind direction, elevation, temperature, load capacity, wing loading of aircraft, power to weight ratio, and length of runway all effect the ability to gain enough lift to take off in a given distance. I’m going to ask my experienced airline pilot buddy about this Bombardier CRJ. Best I can figure it must have relatively high wing loading.

      • RAH says:

        I asked my retired commercial/AFR pilot friend about it. The standard charts denoting take off performance for commercial aircraft only go up to 120 deg. F.

  11. EngineerAtLarge says:

    So the EPA hasn’t eradicated the heat waves from the 1930s like their counterparts in NOAA? I guess when the swamp fights back it loses focus on the little details of their coverups.

    I remember playing little league in El Paso in the late 70s (1979?) and we had something like two weeks straight over 110. We played anyway.

    I seem to recall a fairly recent study that something like 20 times as many people die annually from cold than from heat.

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