1937 – Alaska’s Glaciers Shrinking, A Forest Fire Every Three Minutes

19 Feb 1937, 11 – The Evening Sun at Newspapers.com

October 9, 1938 – NYTimes

January 1937 was the coldest on record west of the Mississippi River, and one of the warmest on record east of the Mississippi.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/065/mwr-065-01-c1.pdf

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8 Responses to 1937 – Alaska’s Glaciers Shrinking, A Forest Fire Every Three Minutes

  1. czechlist says:

    That’s just “old news”.
    I have noticed for years that the MSM uses that term when they want to avoid discussing anything previously reported that may distract from the progressive agenda. This is especially true in the political sphere.

  2. Graeme No.3 says:

    They haven’t noticed that a rising CO2 level reduced the fire damage, or perhaps they did but couldn’t figure how to make that sound scary.

  3. Bill says:

    It doesn’t seem like the media cares about your carefully gathered graphs and statistics, but speaking for myself I’m convinced by your relentless torrent of scientific study-based information about fire and drought in the past. Not to mention the obvious data-tampering on temperature.

    It doesn’t seem like NASA cares, though. They think that most of their models have been quite accurate!

    “For decades, people have legitimately wondered how well climate models perform in predicting future climate conditions. Based on solid physics and the best understanding of the Earth system available, they skillfully reproduce observed data. Nevertheless, they have a wide response to increasing carbon dioxide levels, and many uncertainties remain in the details. The hallmark of good science, however, is the ability to make testable predictions, and climate models have been making predictions since the 1970s. How reliable have they been?

    “Now a new evaluation of global climate models used to project Earth’s future global average surface temperatures over the past half-century answers that question: most of the models have been quite accurate.”

    https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2943/study-confirms-climate-models-are-getting-future-warming-projections-right/

    • toorightmate says:

      Totally agree.

    • Disillusioned says:

      They think that most of their models have been quite accurate!

      They continue to tell us that most of their models have been quite accurate. There. Fixed it for you.

    • anothermaninthemirror says:

      ……. Bill…. true or false, but as a fact, the graph shown on this NASA’s web page, starts in 1970. All Climate Change Realists agree that the Planet is warming, but not due to CO2 nor on account of AGW and this warming is normal, natural cycles that the planet oscillates through as has happened for millennia. Visiting the information contained in the Url
      https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2943/study-confirms-climate-models-are-getting-future-warming-projections-right/
      these supposed ,”accurate” predictive models only start in 1970. If all of the data available before 1970 was included, this seeming, minimal increase in temperature since 1970 would be seen to have happened before on the planet. However if their “climate modeling ” was so improved then their graphs should have shown the planet COOLING through out the 1970’s as in 1970 the predictions were for the planet to COOL. But the graph shown only shows a slight increase in global temperatures and NO COOLING. So they got that wrong as well? How these researchers with NASA’s backing, can claim that “most of the models [starting in 1970] have been quite accurate” is therefore false and just junk science.

  4. Johansen says:

    So…. 1930’s glaciers were shrinking and forest fires raging. Man’s CO2 influence was negligible. This requires courage/bravery: you must be willing to leave your circle of mutual admiration and walk out into the sunlight – this is scary for many people

  5. Mark Luhman says:

    Bill who ever said this “Now a new evaluation of global climate models used to project Earth’s future global average surface temperatures over the past half-century answers that question: most of the models have been quite accurate.” is living in LA LA land. they are off by two to three degrees only the low runs are even close. I will give this they are in the error bars the only problem is that the low side of the error and in the end the climate will remain in the error bars sine the error bars by 2100 is +20 to -15 of the projections.

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