Daily Archives: July 5, 2019

This Is What Climate Fraud Looks Like

On this date in 1911, there were 100 degree temperatures from California to New England. It was 105 degrees in Massachusetts, and thirty states were over 100 degrees. Six states were over 110 degrees. Every state except Rhode Island was … Continue reading

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1934 : 100 Degrees In Alaska

On July 26, 1934, thirty states (including Alaska) were over 100 degrees.  The only state which didn’t make it above 90 degrees was Rhode Island. Many people died, and Dayton, Ohio never cooled below 80 degrees over a two day … Continue reading

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Sad – Experts Say We Starved To Death In 1975

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NCAR Expert – 25 Feet Of Sea Level Rise

Forty years ago, Steven Schneider at NCAR predicted 15-25 feet of sea level rise, starting before the year 2000. 08 Jan 1979, Page 3 – The Palm Beach Post at Newspapers.com One year earlier, he discussed melting the polar ice … Continue reading

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Scientists Say ….

“It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is …. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong.” – Richard P. Feynman “Scientists say” that global warming alarm is an ideological lie based on the subjugation of science to politics. One … Continue reading

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Still No Ships In The Arctic ….

Sixty years ago, the New York Times predicted an ice-free Arctic and ships sailing over the North Pole within a generation. TimesMachine: October 19, 1958 – NYTimes.com Fifty years ago, they predicted an ice-free Arctic by 1989, with catastrophic shifts … Continue reading

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New Video : Ten Key Graphs Behind The Climate Change Scam

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Ten Key Graphs Behind The Global Warming Scam

Atmospheric CO2 has been rising exponentially for the past 60 years, and climate treaties have zero impact on it. ESRL Global Monitoring Division – Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network Coal, oil and natural gas usage are all increasing exponentially. CO₂ … Continue reading

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