California’s Worst Heatwave

From March 2 to November 7, 1934, Blythe, California had 216 days over 90F (32C) and afternoon temperatures averaged 100F. The coolest day was April 3, which only got up to 76 degrees. That year was the hottest year on record in the US, so NASA simply altered the data to make it disappear.

NASA 1999    NASA 2019

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2 Responses to California’s Worst Heatwave

  1. GW Smith says:

    It’s not a matter of who collects the data, but who publishes the findings. Goebbels knew that well.

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