Daily Archives: May 31, 2019

Life In A Mountain Meadow

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National Geographic 1967 – Sunspots Control Earth’s Climate, Not CO2

Some people speculate that increasing smog will cause our atmosphere to capture and retain more solar heat, gradually melting the world’s icecaps. But I believe smog and other factors, such as changing carbon dioxide content and volcanic dust, will prove … Continue reading

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New Video : May 31st In Climate History

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May 31 In Climate History

May 31, 1934 was the hottest springtime (March-May) day on record in the US. About 20% of the US was above 100 degrees. It was 109° in Iowa and Wisconsin, 108° in Minnesota, 107° in North Dakota, Nebraska and Illinois, … Continue reading

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