On this date in 1938, New York and New England were hit by a major hurricane which killed hundreds of people. There were no climate strikes that day, because people were dealing with real problems – like the hurricane and a World War about to start.
My mother remembered looking out her window in Brooklyn and seeing trees bent over to the ground in the wind.
This is safe, low CO2 world which modern children are lied to about by academics who belong in the State Pen, rather than Penn State.
It was cold that day in the Northeast.