Imagine If This Happened Now

The US used to be extremely hot. These sort of historical temperatures don’t happen any more.

http://lwf.ncdc.noaa.gov/img/climate/severeweather/a-thigh.gif

Twenty-five states set their all-time record maximum temperature during the 1930’s. The vast majority set their all-time record with CO2 below 350 PPM.

http://lwf.ncdc.noaa.gov:80/oa/pub/data/special/maxtemps.pdf

Wisconsin was 114 degrees in 1936. They haven’t reached 110 degrees since then.

The frequency of hot days has plummeted in Wisconsin over the past century.

The frequency of hot days has plummeted across the US during the past century.

If we had temperatures anywhere close to the 1930’s heat now, climate scientists would declare 100% certainty that it was due to atmospheric CO2. This would be based on nothing other than the usual fraud and lies – which are standard operating procedure among government funded climate scientists.

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7 Responses to Imagine If This Happened Now

  1. Steve Case says:

    The frequency of hot days has plummeted in Wisconsin over the past century.

    And Winters have gotten warmer. What we are experiencing here in the “Dairy” state must be extreme mildness.

  2. Rhys says:

    And none of the record days are in the 21st century, even though this is the warmest decade in the history of mankind.

  3. Mark Fife says:

    Okay guys, here’s the plan. We are going to phase out hundreds of reporting stations in the US and Canada. Meanwhile, we are going to add a few hundred stations in the Southern Hemisphere. Our new recording stations will be in places where no prior data exists and in general the climate is much warmer than in the US. We target having this move 90% complete by the end of 1999.

    We could have this 100% completed sooner, but that would not be goal realization optimal. In fact, it is to our advantage to leave room for additional adjustments.

    Then we will simply report the findings we have forced. We expect to see record numbers of high records in locations throughout the Southern Hemisphere.

    Yes, of course. There will be plenty of record low temps reported but that’s okay too. Any anomaly is a good anomaly!

    (laughs all around)

    Most importantly, we will be able to point at our records and show how just about any year going forward is the hottest year on record. How could it not be?

  4. Crowbar says:

    “The vast majority set their record when CO2 was below 350ppm.”
    What I’d like to see is these old record temperatures adjusted upwards to what they would have been at 400ppm using the IPCC’s “settled science” on GHGs.
    Doing this would once and for all show that the earth is naturally cooling rapidly, and that CO2 has saved us and continues to save us from an Ice Age… if you rooly trooly believe the settled science.

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