Climate Emergency

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It is 99F in London during a very short lived heatwave, one degree cooler than 1911, when tens of thousands of people died in Europe during an extended heatwave.

London, United Kingdom Weather Conditions | Weather Underground

London reached 100 degrees on August 9, 1911.

29 Aug 1930 – DEATHS REPORTED. – Trove

11 Aug 1911, 5 – The Guardian at

En 1911, Paris suffoquait déjà sous la canicule – Le Parisien

The 1911 Heat Wave Was So Deadly It Drove People Insane – New England Historical Society

This date in 1934 was much hotter.

“The unprecedented heat wave which has brought temperatures in America’s granary to the level of Death Valley heat continued unabated in the southwest today,

Government weather observers found no change in atmospheric conditions indicating a break in heat and drouth which has turned vast areas of normally fertile fields into desert- like stretches.

The death toll from the temperatures, which reached 117 degrees in some areas, has exceeded 20 in Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma the last few days. Nine succumbed within the last 24 hours, five in Nebraska, two in Missouri and one each in Texas and Oklahoma”

19 Jul 1934, 1 – Salt Lake Telegram at

AZ 116, NE 115, MO 114, KS 113, IA 112, SD 112, IL 111, OK 111, TX 110

CA 108, CO 108, AR 107, MN 107, LA 106, MT 106, ID 105, WY 105, ND 104, UT 104, TN 103, GA 102, MS 102, NM 102, AL 101, VA 101, OH 100, OR 100

KY 99, SC 99, IN 98, MI 98, NV 98, NY 98, WV 98, WI 98, PA 97, FL 96, MD 96, VT 95, WA 95, NC 94, CT 93, NH 93, NJ 93, DE 91, ME 91, MA 90,

Temperatures over 110F used to be quite common in Oklahoma, but rarely happen any more.

According to the National Climate Assessment, heatwaves used to be much more severe in the US prior to 60 years ago.


Temperature Changes in the United States – Climate Science Special Report

Data from the EPA shows the same thing.

Climate Change Indicators: High and Low Temperatures | Climate Change Indicators in the United States | US EPA

“Whenever an unusually hot season is upon us, sweltering humanity talks about the changes in climate and shakes its head in a foreboding fashion.”

Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 24, 1906, Page 8, Image 8 « Historic Oregon Newspapers

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19 Responses to Climate Emergency

  1. Apparently, over here in the UK, we had a heat wave. I must have blinked and missed it.

    • Max Beran says:

      Be fair – we had places (including where I live near Oxford) where the daily maximum achieved 30 deg C three days in a row. That fulfils the Met O definition of a heatwave for the UK and joins 24 others in the Oxford record. I was following it with great interest on my weather station. The proximal causes were also of interest especially for the narrow band from Cambridge through to Lincoln where the thermometer crept to 40 deg C. The neat juxtaposition of a static high over central Europe, with an approaching low from the west effectively provided a squirt of air from the pool of hot air that had been sitting over the Iberian peninsular. None of those individually were special but the combination did result in something highly unusual. No role there from any putative altered radiation budget but doubtless the attribution boys will be busy getting to work on it.

  2. Michael Peinsipp says:

    Soon people will ask why haven’t the end happened yet…when they realize that they were lied to…RUN!!@!

  3. Rober Rust says:

    Global warming, propaganda courtesy of the usual suspects.

    It always warms up during the daytime, called ‘Egypt’ in hebrew bible mythology, Is-Ra-El being the ancient “Egyptian”/Chemit word for Moon-Unseen Sun-Star, thusly signifying the night sky, full of stars, or Is-Ra-El-ites, seen to rise in the east, having crossed the ‘Red Sea’ of sunset that separates the day sky from the night sky. The dearth of stars during day time is called a ‘famine in ‘Egypt”, the stars being “suppressed” (by daylight) and, thusly, mythologically described as being “enslaved” by day sky ‘Egypt’, ruled over by daylight ‘Pharaoh’. The evening-sky appearance and night sky-world spread of stars is called a “plague” of stars/Is-Ra-El-ites spreading over ‘Egypt’/day sky.

    Warming, cooling, famines, and plagues, this is Exodus, the fleeing of the stars to the eastern horizon where they rise to overtake the warm and bright, day sky-world to become the cold and dark, night sky-world, the parasite’s Hollywood movie we are forced to live today, and increasingly for the last 6000 years.

    The usually suspects take the mythology of their hebrew/holy bible literally and, to legitimize themselves to themselves, use their literal interpretation as the template for their profiteeering and racketeering, goods-trading, world business corporation called modern civilization.

    That’s the bottom line, the lie modern humanity is forced to live in.

  4. GreyGeek says:

    The 1930s heat wave has been tricked out of the Hockey Stick. Apparently people living in the 1930s didn’t realize how good they had it, compared to all the “sufferers” today.
    Must be brutal staying in houses and apartments cooled to 75 with AC.

    Oh, wait … the authoritarians cut off fossil fuels to the power generating plants so they have to live without AC? They got what they voted for. Even after Trump warned them and they laughed at him.

  5. Gamecock says:

    ‘Extreme heat and heatwaves are made worse and more frequent by climate change’

    How? The Iberian heat is from a low off the coast of Portugal. How has ‘climate change’ placed a low off Portugal?

    And ‘climate change’ is an abstract event. How can an abstract event affect the real world?

    It’s just stupid lies.

    • Max Beran says:

      It can – it’s called the Miasma theory which is a model of climate change that is clearly pervasive in the minds of the majority of the population and is most apparent in the language used by journalists to describe climate change and the manner of its operation.

  6. Wins Triumphs Godel says:

    It said that the temperature in UK reached a record of 106 degrees today. I saw a story claiming it was the coldest April on record though

    I would like to see the 106 degree day discussed in light of the prior record data. I would like to see if there was a coldest day on record for July set anywhere in USA or Europe.

    They stated that the 106 degrees resukted in brush fires. Id like to see the data of record brush fires of 2022 vs prior years by comparison.

  7. There was a Transfer of Power then & here with the Dust Bowl helped get FDR in.
    Self Sufficiency is much better than Sustainability why not Suffice ? Love/Enjoy/Prosper/Forgive even in the Sad Zip Codes Youth need to know what a fabulous time to be here on EARTH…..

  8. David G says:

    I watched a British Meteorologist reporting this about a day or so ago. He described it as a small section of the gulf stream that had broken away from the main stream off the Iberian Peninsula. It was spinning in an anti-clockwise motion and acting, he said, as an “air-pump” moving the warmer air from north east Africa/Egypt etc towards Portugal and southern France. He said it would last a few days and that is was an uncommon weather phenomenon (hence not unprecedented). He didn’t mention the words “climate change” at all. However, the Climate Alarmists are certainly on to it as “what more proof do you need that the world is burning up?”

  9. MJMJ says:

    That Morning Oregonian article is a great find, rivals the classic one from Australia you use frequently. Santayana proven correct once again.

  10. Robert L Gipson says:

    Golly, we’re now having temperatures that heretofore were only seen in late July.
    Oh, wait … it *IS* late July. Never mind.

  11. Binboy says:

    What have you done to the EPA chart? It looks nothing like that at the link.

  12. Binboy says:

    My other comment is awaiting moderation, but will probably be blocked in the name of free speech (some climate changers also do that, but move on, move on) but two points worth making about this unnecessarily misleading article:

    (1) max temp just reached in UK was 104.5 F or 40 degrees, not 99F as this piece misleading indicates.
    (2) you have clearly distorted the data on EPA website to create your fake chart.

    People who claim to be disputing media/government/elite misinformation need not be engaged in producing it themselves.
    That is all.

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