New Mexico’s Record Heatwaves

Carlsbad, NM had 168 days above 90F from March 8 to November 8, 1934.

Carlsbad had 80 days over 100F from April 22 to October 6, 1934

Orogrande, NM had seven days over 110F from June 11 to July 31, 1934

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One Response to New Mexico’s Record Heatwaves

  1. Dave says:

    I watch all of your YouTube videos, and I share them to show the disgusting fraud going on. I very much appreciate it when you go way back in the Earth’s history, showing just how much warmer it was thousands of years ago. Also, all of the newspaper articles from long ago are very good at showing today’s fraud epidemic.
    I have a couple of requests though.
    1. When you make videos, could you please list all of the resources for your data actually in the videos, like either over or under the graphs you create/use? When I show your videos, there is always at least one person who tells me to list the sources, alluding to not believing your information. If the resources are listed right in the videos, the issue is solved.
    2. I suggest that when you post new videos on YT that in the information area under the videos, you place a link to your website, and preferably also a list of all of the resources you use for each particular video you post. Also on your main YT page, in the ‘about’ tab on the right, link your website there along with more information about yourself, like maybe copy and paste the information from your ‘Who is Tony Heller?’ link above.
    Thank you very much for doing all of this. I know it’s hard work, but it’s needed and necessary, and very mush appreciated!
    Now, if there was a way to get you on Tucker Carlson’s show…

    P.S. After you have read this, go ahead and delete this comment if you wish, as it has no useful value to anyone else who visits your website.

    P.P.S. If you feel like sending me a reply for any reason at all, please feel free to do so.

    Thanks again for doing such a fantastic job!


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