Daily Archives: August 6, 2019

“Woefully Unprepared” For The Barrage Of Junk Science

A new article saying that the Pacific Northwest used to be “too-wet-to-burn” – but global warming is changing that.   US Northwest towns ‘woefully unprepared’ as fire risk grows The largest fires in US history occurred in the Pacific Northwest … Continue reading

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NASA – World Began In 1979

NASA likes to start their trends in 1979, during the second coolest January-July on record in the US. They have determined that CO2 emissions are making the fire sason longer. Study: Fire seasons getting longer, more frequent – Climate Change: … Continue reading

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Low CO2 August 6 Heatwaves

On August 6, 1947 – forty-three states were over 90 degrees. Paris was very hot that summer too.

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