Making 1934 Disappear

Prior to government data tampering, 1934 was the hottest year on record in the US. This was unacceptable to climate scientists who depend on global warming junk science funding, so they changed the data.

NASA 1999    NASA 2018

1934 was just behind 1936 in frequency of hot days.

May-August 1934 was spectacularly hot across the US.

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And the US was in record drought.

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So NASA and NOAA had to make the heat disappear.

NASA 1999   NASA 2016

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4 Responses to Making 1934 Disappear

  1. Steve Case says:

    I’m out in buffalo country on an IPad so I can’t easily paste up that EPA Heat Wave Index chart to add to what Tony has posted this morning.

  2. Steven Fraser says:

    Stats on the DMI Sea Ice Volumefor July 26:

    #4 2018 is now 114.55% of the 16-year average, and 116.27% of the DMI-charted years of 2004-2013, rising higher in their std deviation groups.

    The decline for the day was 3rd least of all 16 years, and was less than all the years above it in ice volume rank, reducing the gap with #3 2003 , #2 2014 and #1 2004.

    In the sliding 7-day decline rate, 2018 was 5th lowest, 89.10% of average.

  3. Andy DC says:

    1934 was the worst corn crop (based on percentage or normal) in US history, no more than 50% of normal. In Missouri, it was only slightly more than 10% of normal.

  4. Disillusioned says:

    Contrary to what your eyes may be telling you, the above post is filled with opinion and conclusions. Do not look at disillusioning data as factual; it is merely opinion. Ask Griff. She’ll tell you.

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