And Then There Was 1933 ….

Normally when talking about the hot 1930’s, 1933 gets ignored – but the summer of 1933 also brought some incredibly hot weather. On June 5, 1933, McCook, Nebraska was 112 degrees.  June 1933 was much hotter in Nebraska than the US record hot year of 1934.

We are now used to a pattern where hot weather is confined to the desert southwest, but 80 years ago hot weather was very common across much of the country east of the Rocky Mountains.

During 1936, almost 80% of USHCN stations reached 100 degrees. Since then the coverage and frequency of hot weather has plummeted.

This of course doesn’t stop government climate fraudsters from generating fake graphs in an attempt to influence policy.

U.S. Climate Extremes Index (CEI): Graph | Extremes | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

The entire point of government climate science is to influence policy. It has nothing to do with science or climate.

For James Hansen, the Science Demands Activism on Climate – Yale E360

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3 Responses to And Then There Was 1933 ….

  1. Philip Verslues says:

    Homer Simpson is that you Homer!

  2. AndyG55 says:

    “and he has since protested against mountain top removal”

    but not mountaintop wind turbines.

    Go figure !!

    DOH !!!!

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Whenever anyone uses the term, “the Science,” let alone follows it up with, “Demands Activism on Climate,” you know they’re a dangerous fascist who is full of sh*t.


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