Daily Archives: October 7, 2018

This Week In 1871 – Worst Fires In US History

On October 7, 1871 much of Minnesota and Wisconsin were burning. PRAIRIES IN FLAMES. – One Hundred and Fifty Miles Swept by Fire–Men, Women and Children Fleeing for Their Lives–Immense Loss of Property of all Kinds. Several Towns Destroyed–Great Damage … Continue reading

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Mandatory Insanity

I attended the Women’s March on DC the day after President Trump’s inauguration.  I’ve never seen so many mentally ill people in my life, whom the press was fawning over as “the resistance.” The upcoming election is essential for the … Continue reading

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Plummeting September Temperatures In The US

September used to be a hot month in the US, but September afternoon temperatures plummeted about 60 years ago, and never recovered. The hottest Septembers occurred during the 1920s and 1930s, when atmospheric CO2 was below 310 PPM.  

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The Midwest Heatwave Of October, 1939

During the week of October 4-10, 1939 – Madison, Indiana was over 90 degrees every day, and reached 100 degrees on October 8, 1939.  Madison afternoon temperatures average about ten degrees cooler on October 6 now than they did during … Continue reading

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