Loaded Dice In 1898 : Hurricanes, Floods, Massive Forest Fires And Fatal Heat Waves

CO2 was at incredibly safe levels in 1898.  The 1898 Colorado forest fire was about 100X larger than the “record” forest fires of 2012.

19 Sep 1898 – THE WEST INDIAN CATASTROPHE. WORST. HURRICANE SI…

19 May 1898 – GREAT FLOOD IN ILLINOIS. TERRIBLE SCENES

 Below350.org

http://trove.nla.gov.au/

FOREST FIRES IN COLORADO. – People in Northwest Part of the State Said to be Fleeing for Their Lives — Loss Will Be Enormous. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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3 Responses to Loaded Dice In 1898 : Hurricanes, Floods, Massive Forest Fires And Fatal Heat Waves

  1. Andy DC says:

    It was the fault of Thomas Edison, with his evil light bulb, phonograph, moving pictures, etc. What right did he have to bring us into the 20th Century? Plus other rich robber barrons who were not paying their fair share of taxes and exploiting people of color, not to mention the oppression of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders.

  2. miked1947 says:

    There is no “SAFE” level of CO2 or any atmospheric gas. Weather is giong to do just what it has done since this planet started experiencing weather patterns.
    The weather does not give a $hit what the concentration of some minor gas is.Atmospheric concentrations of H2O are part of the weather patterns, so they are an effect rather than a cause.
    Maybe a Cranialanalectomy would help the likes of Hansen and Mckitten.

    • tckev says:

      Another example of ‘good’ science gets a Nobel.
      Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine of 1949 was awarded to António Egas Moniz for the “discovery of the therapeutic value of leucotomy in certain psychoses”
      His ‘invention’ of slice and dice the brain was based on no experimental data.

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