Coming Up On The 100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded

On July 10, 1913 the temperature was 134 degrees in California, but by July 14 it had cooled down to a more pleasant 127 degrees.

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According to scientists on crack crack scientists at NASA, 1913 was one of the coldest years in Earth’s history.

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27 Responses to Coming Up On The 100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded

  1. Andy DC says:

    The urban heat island effect has shrunk greatly over the years, thus we have to adjust current temperatures way up relative to the past. There was much more jet exhaust and air conditioning exhaust in 1913, along with much more asphalt and concrete. Any idiot can see that!

  2. gator69 says:

    I just love that it was recorded at ‘Greenland’ Ranch! Oh the ironing…

  3. Robert of Ottawa says:

    According to scientists on crack crack scientists

    Love it, just brilliant :-)

  4. ralphcramdo says:

    Don’t ya’ll just love having a random alarmist to bounce around sometimes? :)

    • gofer says:

      Hey we have to change all our light bulbs out to save electricity while we buy our new electric car………….talk about dim bulbs.

  5. WTF’s wrong with you people?

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