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Rewriting The Past At The NOAA Ministry Of Truth

Thirty years ago, NOAA said most global warming occurred between 1881 and 1919 – and that Earth cooled from 1921 to 1979. Analysis of warming since 1881 shows most of the increase in global temperature happened before 1919 – before … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Mystery Finally Resolved

Notre Dame Fire: Why Climate Change Is The Most Likely Culprit

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Climate Alarmists Adjusting IQ’s Downwards

A favorite claim of climate alarmists is that they adjust older temperatures upwards. Explainer: How data adjustments affect global temperature records | Carbon Brief This certainly isn’t true for global land temperatures. JCLI-D-18-0094.1 Newer versions of land temperatures keep getting … Continue reading

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Some People Did Something

Democrats see climate change and rising sea level as our greatest threat on Easter Sunday. They believe that the Maldives drowned last year. 26 Sep 1988 – Threat to islands Progressives understand what is really important. Top priority is of … Continue reading

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Plummeting Heat In Minnesota

On this date in 1980, Ada and Montevideo, Minnesota both reached 100 degrees. Temperatures like that in April are incomprehensible now. In fact, Ada, Minnesota has only had one 100 degree day this millenium. During 1936, Ada had eighteen 100 … Continue reading

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Emma Thompson : Flew 5,400 Miles To Protest That People Are Allowed To Fly

‘Hypocrite’ Emma Thompson flew 5,400 miles from Los Angeles to join London eco-warrior protest

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April 22 : Earth Day!

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100 Degrees In Minnesota And North Dakota On April 21, 1980

This week in 1980 marked the beginning of one of the longest heatwaves in US history.  April 21, 1980 brought 100 degree temperatures to Minnesota and North Dakota. During that heatwave, the Midwest had 52 days over 100 degrees, and … Continue reading

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1825 Low CO2 Hurricane

At Basseterre, of 900 houses, only 13 escaped, three fifths of the whole being completely prostrated 22 Oct 1825, 3 – Buffalo Emporium and General Advertiser at Newspapers.com 04 Oct 1825, Page 2 – The Arkansas Gazette at Newspapers.com

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Ministry Of Truth At Work In Florida

Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to a category 5 hurricane (sustained wind speeds above 155 MPH.)  When Michael made landfall, the highest reported wind gust was 119 MPH. Hurricane MICHAEL Michael Now Accelerating Through Central Georgia; Deadly Storm Surge, Damaging … Continue reading

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