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 over 90 degrees.

July 11th afternoon temperatures have declined in the US since the 19th century, and weather as hot as 1911 is incomprehensible now.

July 5th, 2012 was very hot – though much cooler than 1911.  Scientists were certain that the hot weather of 2012 was due to global warming.

This is certainly what I and many other climate scientists have been warning about

  • Jonathan Overpeck July 4th, 2012

04 Jul 2012, Page A11 – Asbury Park Press at

Yet the National Climate Assessment shows that the heatwave of 2012 was nowhere near as hot as many which occurred when CO2 was below 350 PPM.

Temperature Changes in the United States – Climate Science Special Report

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5 Responses to This Is What Climate Fraud Looks Like

  1. paul courtney says:

    Confirming CAGW! See, if the heat had been man-caused, that 1911 heat wave would have wiped out humans in N. America! Since it was natural, people survived even without a/c. Now, we’re facing human-caused heat, the most catastrophic co2 kind!! So even though it’s a few degrees cooler, it’s those man-caused degrees that’ll get ya. >12 yrs to go.

  2. John L Kelly says:

    This is why I have been calling the main stream media “The Whore Media”, because that is exactly what they are. They have no self-respect or moral character.

    Why am I not surprised?

  3. Igounfazed says:

    Is Tony a scientist / commentator / researcher / cartoonist? I would like to know, as I have a question that I have tried getting NDT to answer, but he does not respond to eMails or live stream chats.

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