Daily Archives: March 5, 2024

Heatwaves Of 1895

There was a global heatwave and drought during 1895 and 1896 which led to the deaths of tens of millions of people around the world. In Ohio, there were more record warm days during 1895 than during any other year. … Continue reading

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“Dam across the Bering Straits?”

“LOS ANGELES (UPI) President Ford and Soviet leaders may discuss at their Nov. 23-24 1974 Vladisvostok conference damming the Bering Straits between Alaska and Siberia to warm the earth’s climate, a former Pentagon think-tank analyst said Tuesday, Lowell Ponte, a … Continue reading

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“man-induced drought”

Blaming the worldwide drought of 1934 on farmers in the Oklahoma Panhandle. “The Dustbowl occurred during the 1930s because of a combination of man-induced drought and the (mis)use of relatively new farming practices. climate – What started the US Dust … Continue reading

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