Ninety-One Degrees Warming

Between February 8 and February 23, 1936, Ashland Kansas warmed 91 degrees – from -7F to 84F.  And that was just the beginning.  Record floods, tornadoes and heat came shortly thereafter.


19 Mar 1936, Page 1 – The Cincinnati Enquirer

07 Apr 1936 – TORNADO TAKES 200 LIVES

The Bulletin – Google News Archive Search

If this happened now, climate scientists and other leftists would be demanding immediate world communism, and that climate heretics be burned at the stake.

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9 Responses to Ninety-One Degrees Warming

  1. Josh says:

    Buy the tide gauge had an error just like the thermometers had a warm bias!

    It canot get that hot/ wild due to low CO2

  2. Norilsk says:

    I’m not dead yet. Not to be mistaken for the current state of Venezuela.

  3. Jason Calley says:

    A flood level in Cincinnati cresting at 60 feet? They obviously didn’t understand the decimal system. We can safely adjust that to be 6 feet. Anyone can see that we know more about 1936 than all those ancient primitives did. They only lived then, but we have computer models.

  4. Psalmon says:

    That Peace and Arms World Conference worked out really well…

    • Johansen says:

      Yeah, I was thinking the same! The suicide of half the world could have been avoided if the leaders had guts

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        But the assembled world leaders had guts! The courageously voted against Germany in the Council!

        And I was told that the other world leaders who didn’t vote for it, namely Herr Hitler and Comrade Stalin—not getting a chance to vote against it—also had guts!

        World Conference To Discuss Peace And Arms
        London, Thursday

        The most dramatic day in European diplomacy ended with a note of qualified optimism, the grounds for which will be stated in the House of Commons tomorrow. In the meantime, experts are working on the text of an agreement.

        It is understood that a plan has been evolved for a great world conference at which not only Herr Hitler’s proposals, but disarmament and economic problems would be discussed and a big effort made to restore confidence and a sense of security to the harassed world.

        German Criticism

        German morning papers angrily attack the Council’s vote against Germany, describing it “as untenable, hast, petty and prejudiced, typical of the spirit of Geneva.

        The London Disarmament Conference of 1936 was held in London, United Kingdom, from December 9th, 1935 to March 25th, 1936. The treaty that was signed there was called the Second London Naval Treaty and it was signed by France, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. Japan, who had signed The First London Naval Treaty withdrew from the conference and Italy, because of the invasion of Abyssinia, declined to sign the treaty. It was effective up until September 1st, 1939.

        I will always wonder if Herr Hitler and Comrade Stalin discussed in August 1939 what they would do the following month. All we know they had guts.

  5. Johansen says:

    ’36 disarmament conference: was that where we agreed to a ‘ratio’ of capital ships and maximum battleship size?… i.e. where Britain scrapped half it’s fleet?

  6. Ulric Lyons says:

    1936 had the same heliocentric Jovian configuration of Saturn opposite Neptune square to Jupiter, as the major heatwaves in Europe of 1252, 1361, 1540, 1578, 1757, 1828, and 2006.
    Screen shot of 1936:

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