Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Incredible Heat Of May 31, 1934

The likelihood of hot weather on May 31 has plummeted in the US over the past century. On the last day of May, 1934 100 degree temperatures covered the Great Plains and Midwest.  Fayette, Iowa was 109 degrees.  Temperatures that … Continue reading

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Man-Made Flood Superstition

The press is quite predictably parroting their usual lies and hysteria about the Ellicott City, MD flooding, where they received 3-6 inches of rain in two hours.  Press geniuses are calling six inches inches of rain a 1-in-1000-year rain event. … Continue reading

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Toto Explores The Colorado Permanent Drought

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New Video : How Did We Survive The 1970s?

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The Third Heatwave Of May 1934

May, 1934 brought three incredible heatwaves to the US. The first peaked on May 8, the second on May 18, and the third on May 30. It was 109 degrees at Gann Valley, SD on May 28, 1934 – twenty … Continue reading

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How Did We Survive The 1970’s?

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. H. L. Mencken In 1969, the world’s … Continue reading

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Anti-Science Since 1834

Steve Goddard on Twitter

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A Very Mild May In The US

The frequency of hot May days has declined sharply in the US over the past century, with this year being just about average. However, the average temperature this month has been in the top five. Afternoon temperatures have been much … Continue reading

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Canadian Climate Experts

Canadian climate experts Katharine and Catherine team up to explain why warm days are climate and cold days are just weather. Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 on Twitter Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 on Twitter Right after Climate Barbie bragged about a warm day … Continue reading

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D-Day Approaches For Climate Alarmists

I warned alarmists at the beginning of the month that their day of reckoning would come near the end of May, and it is nearly here. Arctic sea ice volume is the highest in five years, and much higher than … Continue reading

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