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Was the weather better below 350 ppm? Absolutely not.

Empirical evidence does not lend much support to the notion that climate is headed precipitately toward more extreme heat and drought. The drought of 1999 covered a smaller area than the 1988 drought, when the Mississippi almost dried up. And 1988 was a temporary inconvenience as compared with repeated droughts during the 1930s “Dust Bowl” that caused an exodus from the prairies, as chronicled in Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath.

James Hansen – the world’s #1 climate alarmist

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Hurricanes were more common.

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Extreme weather occurred at least as often below 350 ppm. Newspapers recorded these extreme weather events.  Claims that the weather has gotten worse, are complete nonsense.

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Drought Cutting U.S. Grain Crop 31% This Year
By KEITH SCHNEIDER, Special to the New York Times
Published: August 12, 1988

In the gloomiest assessment yet of damage wrought by the drought, the Agriculture Department said today that the United States grain harvest this year would be 31 percent lower than last year. The harvest, estimated at 192 million metric tons, would be the smallest since 1970.

Hours before the estimate was issued, President Reagan signed legislation to provide billions of dollars to farmers and agricultural businesses in nearly 2,200 counties that have lost crops and income because of the drought.

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1954

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02 Jul 1954 – World Digest Flood death toll 59 and rising Eagl…

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31 Jul 1954 – Drought, Flood Kill Fish

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24 Nov 1954 – CANADA WILL SHIFT ARCTIC DWELLERS

1953

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30 Jun 1953 – Kyushu floods A million Japanese homeless

The Northern Miner   11 June 1953

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11 Jun 1953 – TORNADO DEATH ROLL

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09 Dec 1953 – SPRING-LIKE WEATHER IN EUROPE

14 May 1953 – TEXAS TORNADO DEATH TOLL 92

18 Jun 1953 – DEATH TOLL IN TORNADO 91

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The Canberra Times  Friday 15 May 1953

15 May 1953 – TORNADO DEATH ROLL NOW 111

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11 Jun 1953 – DEATH STORMS SWEEPING 3 U.S. STATES 216 Die, 170…

25 Mar 1953 – HURRICANE LEAVES ONSLOW LIKE ATOM BOMB SCENE

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1952

31 Jan 1952 – FLOOD VICTIMS NOW FACE FREEZE

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1951

19 Jun 1951 – Drought to flood

20 May 1951 – Tragedy Around The World Hundreds Kill Mighty Da…

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The Advertiser Adelaide, SA Saturday 11 August 1951

11 Aug 1951 – Heat In America; Floods In Europe NEW YORK, Aug….

15 Aug 1951 – Heat Deaths in Texas

05 Feb 1951 – COLD WAVE IN U.S.A. 200 Deaths From Weather Causes

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15 Aug 1951 – Heat Deaths in Texas

1950

22 Aug 1950 – The world’s weather is just crazy

06 Apr 1950 – FLOOD DISASTERS IN CHINA

19 Jan 1950 – Soldier Killed In Fire Battle COLORADO SPRINGS, …

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25 Jan 1950 – THE BARRIER MINER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1950. S…

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05 Oct 1949 – HURRICANE SMASHES THROUGH TEXAS

06 Jan 1949 – Toll of Tornado

190

24 Aug 1949 – SEARCH FOR DEAD AS RAIN ENDS FRENCH FIRES

10 Aug 1949 – SPAIN HAVING WORST DROUGHT

1947

08 Jul 1947 – MANY DROWN IN CHINA FLOOD

09 Jun 1947 – Tornadoes leave 16,000 homeless in U S A New Yor…

11 Apr 1947 – Tornado Wrecks Texas Towns

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1944

08 Jan 1944 – A LAND OF EXTREMES SIBERIA’S VAST SPACES WIDE RA…

1942

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30 Sep 1942 – Flood Kills 3000 in China

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16 Jun 1942 – BASEBALL STAR’S SON KILLED BY LIGHTNING NEW YORK…

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1941

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22 Apr 1941 – DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE LAKEWOOD (New Jersey), Ap…

19 Aug 1941 – WAR BLAMED FOR WEATHER EXTREMES

1940

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06 Feb 1940 – QUEENSLAND FLOODS. Railway Services Disorganised.

14 Mar 1940 – ADELAIDE HEAT-WAVE. Seventh Successive Century.

12 Feb 1940 – TORNADO HAVOC 15 Killed, Hundreds Injured

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1939

03 Feb 1939 – Flood and Drought

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1938

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24 Feb 1938 – TORNADO DEMOLISHES VILLAGE NEW YORK, February 18.

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Ohio River flood of 1937 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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08 Jun 1937 – DROUGHT BROKEN. “MILLION DOLLAR STORM.” AMERICAN…

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The Bulletin – Google News Archive Search

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28 May 1936 – Disastrous Forest Fire NEW YORK, Tuesday.

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1935

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04 Jan 1935 – WINTER HEAT WAVE IN BRITAIN (Special to “The Min…

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HEAT-WAVE IN FRANCE.

LONDON, July 1.

A heat wave in France, particularly in the south, caused hundreds of cases of sunstroke. The shade temperature at Toulon was 104 degrees and at Montpellier 108 degrees. A number of bathers were drowned.

02 Jul 1935 – HEAT-WAVE IN FRANCE. LONDON, July 1.

29 Mar 1935 – CAUGHT IN DROUGHT CLUTCHES. Mountainous Columns …

06 Jul 1935 – HEAT-WAVE IN ITALY ROME, July 5.

1934

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01 Mar 1934 – WINTER TORNADO VANCOUVER, February 26.

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02 Aug 1934 – AMERICAN DROUGHT. Human Death Roll Reaches 1,350.

28 Jul 1934 – AMERICAN DROUGHT DESTRUCTION OF CATTLE HEAVY HUM…

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Papers Past — Evening Post — 13 January 1934 — HEAT IN AUSTRALIA

1933

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 Cannibalism in Shensi. – ENTIRE CITY RAZED BY FLOOD IN CHINA

The Western Champion Saturday 14 January 1933

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Papers Past — Evening Post — 8 February 1933 — RECORD TEMPERATURE

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14 Feb 1933 – NEWFOUNDLAND ORDEAL Hurricane After Tidal Wave G…

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1930

15 Aug 1930 – THE DROUGHT IN U.S.A. CRITICAL CONDITIONS CONTIN…

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99-DEGREE HEAT IN CITY; 12 DEAD HERE, 50 IN NATION; COOLING RAIN IS DUE TODAY; 38 PROSTRATION CASES Temperature of 137 Is Recorded in Sun in Central Park. PARKS OPENED FOR SLEEP Walker Makes an Emergency Ruling–Orders Sprinklers for Tenement Children. 18 HORSES DROP IN STREET Heat Here Within 3 Degrees of All-Time Record–Wave Ends in Some Sections. Heat of 103 in Washington. 99-DEGREE HEAT KILLS 12 IN CITY Warns on Wasting Water. Summer School Moves Outdoors. Mercury at 100 in Queens. Eighteen Horses Prostrated

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HURRICANE AND FIRES IN N.S.W.

(New South Wales experienced one of the most extraordinary and damaging gales ever known in the state on Sunday. At 2 p.m. the velocity was 63 miles an hour which is only one mile less than tho record for Australia. It was reported that over 40 houses were completely’ destroyed at Woy Woy.

Patagona, a popular seaside resort; was a mass of roaring flames. Late on Sunday night at least 100 homes had been des- troyed with^nost of their contents. There was a fierce outbreak of fire at Middle Head where several houses were burned down. A pall of black smoke covered the harbour and all picnickers were driven off the beaches which were infested with millions of insects and spiders driven out of the woods by the flames.

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13 Apr 1928 – WORST FLOOD AFTER WORST DROUGHT.

1927

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30 Sep 1927 – WOMEN MOTORISTS Arctic and Australian Trips

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10 May 1928 – ROCKHAMPTON FLOOD SCENES, APRIL, 1928.

29 Jan 1927 – Drought and Flood.

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23 Sep 1926 – THE FLORIDA DISASTER. TOLL OF THE HURRICANE. Mia…

29 Jul 1926 – TERRIFIC GALE. DAMAGE IN FLORIDA. A STEAMER DISA…

25 Sep 1926 – APPALLING HURRICANE. MIAMI IN RUINS. 1300 DEAD; …

22 Oct 1926 – ANOTHER FLORIDA HURRICANE. MIAMI, October 20.

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08 Sep 1926 – GRAPE CROP DESTROYED HEAT WAVE IN SPAIN. LONDON,…

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30 Jun 1924 – A City Wrecked Tornado in Ohio Cities HUNDREDS O…

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01 Jun 1950 – THE WEATHER STORY EXTREME TEMPERATURES

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WORLD GROWING WARMER.

Cesar’s account of the  Gallic Wars we find frequent mention of   frosts so intense that whole armies were able to cross broad rivers on the ice. We     know, too, that in those days Germany’s  winter was almost Arctic in its severity.

These are conditions which have long since passed away, and it is not more than twice or thrice in a century that a river like the Seine freezes up. We are also aware that no farther back than the sixteenth century the winters in England were, on an aver-   age, much more than they are nowadays. Another interesting proof is obtained from   the records of the Hudson Bay Company.

W learn from them that within the last   two centuries the average interval between the setting in of the winter frost and the coming of the spring thaw has decreased by no fewer than ten days. Again, Euro- pean glaciers are everywhere receding. The  ice fringes of both Poles are retreating. Even during the comparatively short space     of time that the Antarctic has been visited   by man the ice has retired some 40 miles. So let us cheer up. In process of time this country of ours will once more be grow- ing palms and orange trees!

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03 Apr 1922 – THE WEATHER IN GREAT BRITAIN. SNOW AND HURRICANE…

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20 Jul 1921 – DROUGHT IN BRITAIN. Unparalleled Heat Wave. LOND…

11 Oct 1921 – Heat Wave

01 Nov 1921 – Record Heat Wave

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06 Jun 1921 – FLOOD AND FIRE. COLORADO DISASTER. 1200 REPORTED…

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08 Feb 1919 – DROUGHT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. WORST FOR THIRTY YEA…

14 May 1919 – DROUGHT IN NEW ZEALAND.

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10 Jun 1919 – PERIODICITY OF DROUGHT. SOME REMARKABLE FIGURES.

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21 Dec 1918 – WORST DROUGHT ON RECORD. MELBOURNE, December 20.

1917

30 May 1917 – TORNADO CAUSES 300 DEATHS. DAMAGE £2,000,000. (R…

26 Feb 1917 – AMERICAN TORNADO. 13 PERSONS KILLED.

15 Mar 1917 – TORNADO KILLS 20 PEOPLE 300 HOUSES WRECKED. (Reu…

29 Mar 1917 – CYCLONE IN AMERICA.

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Death Valley : The summer of 1917 had 43 consecutive days with a high temperature of 120° F or above.

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28 Feb 1917 – HURRICANE IN NEW CALEDONIA. SEVERAL LIVES LOST.

20 Jul 1917 – THE ADELAIDE HURRICANE. WIDESPREAD DAMAGE. ADELA…

26 Sep 1917 – HURRICANE IN MARYBOROUGH DISTRICT. MARYBOROUGH, …

13 Jan 1917 – RECENT HURRICANE. DAMAGE T0 BANANA PLANTATIONS. …

25 Sep 1917 – HURRICANE IN WEST INDIES. GREAT DAMAGE AT JAMAIC…

21 Jun 1917 – VIOLENT TORNADO. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.

1915

18 Feb 1915 – SOUTH SEA TORNADO. ISLAND DEVASTATED

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29 Mar 1913 – WEATHER IN AMERICA. £ 4 1000 LIVES LOST. 200,000…

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OMAHA COUNTS 200 LIVES LOST – Surrounding Towns Add 50 More — Roll of Injured Numbers Nearly 500. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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10 Dec 1913 – THE TEXAS FLOODS. DEATH ROLL OF 150. HOUSTON (Te…

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Record Temperatures
The hottest air temperature ever recorded in Death Valley (Furnace Creek) was 134°F (57°C) on July 10, 1913. During the heat wave that peaked with that record, five consecutive days reached 129° F (54°C) or above. Death Valley held the record for the hottest place on earth until 1922.

Oddly enough, 1913 was also the year that saw Death Valley’s coldest temperature. On January 8 the temperature dropped to 15°F (-10°C) at Furnace Creek.

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30 Nov 1912 – DEADLY TYPHOON. HOLOCAUST IN PHILIPPINES WASHING…

24 Feb 1912 – A FIERCE TORNADO. WASHINGTON, February 21.

West Gippsland Gazette Warragul, Vic.
Tuesday 19 March 1912

CHANGE IN CLIMATE.

GREEN CHRISTMASES By C. Le Lacy Evans, in the”Daily Mail.”)

For many years back we have witnessed a noticeable climatic change in  our winters in England, Scotland, and Northern Europe generally, together with reports of a similar character from America. As an instance of the former, during the present December a rare variety of   spring sights and sounds are reported.

BIRDS MOVING NORTHWARDS.

Zoologically the same change is ob- served, and it is not long ago since I read a letter from a nephew of Mr George R. Sims giving a list of birds which formerly inhabited the United States only, but have recently migrated northward and are now commonly   found in Lower Canada. This shows that the northern climate is becoming   warmer, and the statement is con- firmed by the fact that the records of the Hudson Bay Company state that”the winter on the shores of the Bay has grown shorter, at the rate if of one day in every ten years.” The same change is noticeable In Siberia, Greenland, and Alaska. The northern ice cap is decreasing in area and thickness, and the land, which was tropical and bore the grape-vine the magnolia, and the water-lily before the Great Ice Age, will become habitable again.

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22 Apr 1912 – TITANIC WARNED BEFORE STRIKING.

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14 Apr 1911 – TERRIBLE TORNADO. DEVASTATION AND DEATH. NEW YOR…

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18 Nov 1911 – TRAGEDIES OF THE WEEK. DEATH-DEALING CYCLONE. NE…

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The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal  – Wednesday 28 September 1910

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28 Sep 1910 – RECEDING GLACIERS.

13 May 1910 – CANADIAN WHEAT. HALF OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA CROP DE…

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25 Sep 1909 – DISASTROUS TIDAL WAVE. LONDON, September 24.

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09 Feb 1909 – Central Europe in Flood.

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01 Apr 1908 – DROUGHT AT GUNDAGAI. Sydney, Wednesday.

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21 Oct 1908 – GREAT FOREST FIRES. TEN MILES WIDE OF FLAME. FIF…

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09 Aug 1906 – SOUTHERN TEXAS. DEVASTATED BY A FLOOD. LONDON, A…

23 Jan 1906 – THE WEATHER. HEAT, FIRE, AND DEATH. Sydney, Tues…

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14 Oct 1903 – FLOODS IN AMERICA. MUCH SUFFERING AND LOSS. LOND…

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03 Jul 1943 – WHAT WAS HAPPENING 40 YEARS AGO

1902

29 Dec 1902 – Drought in the States

20 May 1902 – Tornado at Texas. LONDON, Monday.

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24 Apr 1901 – FLOOD IN AMERICA. LONDON, April 22.

 

19 Jan 1901 – FIERCE TORNADO IN TENNESSEE. DEATH AND RUIN IN I…

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19 May 1898 – GREAT FLOOD IN ILLINOIS. TERRIBLE SCENES

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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

1897

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THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST. – Many Vessels Wrecked and Property Worth Millions Destroyed in Typhoon-Swept Philippines. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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10 Oct 1896 – A Disastrous Tidal Wave.

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THE ST. LOUIS TORNADO. – View Article – NYTimes.com

18 Jul 1896 – Great Heat in Europe. NUMEROUS CASES OF SUNSTROK…

18 Feb 1896 – GREAT HEAT WAVE. SHADE HEAT HIGHEST ON RECORD. A…

07 Jul 1896 – A SEVERE WINTER. EXTREME COLD.

13 Feb 1896 – THE WEATHER. THE MONSOONAL RAINFALL. PHENOMENAL …

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14 Aug 1896 – HEAT IN AMERICA. TERRIBLE MORTALITY. (By Cable M…

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15 Oct 1894 – HURRICANE.

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19 Aug 1893 – INTENSE HEAT IN EUROPE.

18 Feb 1893 – THE FLOODS IN QUEENSLAND. HEAVY RAIN STILL FALLI…

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The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 – 1893)
<Thursday 9 June 1892>

An Alaskan Glacier.

The Muir glacier, which is the great wonder of of Alaska, was, says a scientific writer in the Globe, doubtless discovered by Vancouver in 1791, but Professor John Muir was the first to describe it. Muir Inlet, at the head of Glacier Bay, is thetermination of this great ” river of ice.” The wall of blue ice is there a mile long and about 400 feet high. It is worn into towers, castles, and caverns, and is continually discharging fragments, from the size of a paving-stone to that of Cologne Cathedral. These falling into the sea cast up the spray for hundreds of feet into the air, and send forth waves which dash upon the shores and echo like thunder among the mountains. The Muir glacier is really a sea of ice, with numerous branches in the valleys, any one of which is as large as the Gomer or Aletzch glacier of Switzerland. It is according to Mr. S. P. Baldwin, a recent visitor, as large as all the Alpine glaciers in one, being 1,200 square miles in area. The ice is 1,000 feet thick at the mouth in Muir Inlet, and the glacier, is estimated to comprise as much water as Lake Erie. It discharges 77 billion cubic feet of ice as icebergs, and 175 billion cubic feet of water by melting every year. The centre of the glacier, where the motion is quickest, is so rough and broken into crevasses that it is con- sidered impassable. The eastern half, however, can be travelled as far as the névé. Professor

Wright has found the motion at the centre to be as much as 65 feet a day, whereas that of the Alpine glaciers is only 33 inches or so. As much as 90 feet a day has been found in the case of a Greenland glacier. The Muir glacier has once extended much further into the bay, and is now receding every year, while the sources of the ice supply are failing.

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Highest Saffir-		Central		Max.   	Name
		and Category by 	Simpson U.S.		Pressure	Winds
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1886	Jun	TX, N2; LA, 2			2		973		85	-----
1886	Jun	FL, NW2; I-GA, 1		2		973		85	-----
1886	Jun	FL, NW2; I-GA, 1		2		973		85	-----
1886	Jul	FL, NW1				1		985		70	-----
1886	Aug	TX, C4				4		925		135	"Indianola"
1886	Sep   #	TX, S1, C1			1		973		80	-----
1886	Oct	LA, 3; TX, N2			3		955		105	-----

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02 Feb 1884 – A TORNADO IN QUEENSLAND. A WHOLE TOWN WRECKED. |…

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03 Apr 1884 – TERRIBLE TORNADO IN AMERICA.

10 Oct 1884 – TORNADO AT ST. JAMES.

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07 Aug 1880 – A DEATH-DEALING TORNADO.

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19th century tourists watching a devastated Alaskan glacier collapse.

Between 1794 and 1879, the glacier at Glacier Bay, Alaska retreated eight feet per day. This was probably due to something which Sarah Palin’s great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather did.

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13 Oct 1868 – THE CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA.

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1864

SHRINKAGE IN THE WORLD’S ICE MANTLE.

Prof. T. G. Romney has some very in-   teresting things to say in “Nature” on  what he calls “the shrinkage of the world’s ice mantle.” There has been a  general retreat, he says, of the European   glaciers since 1864.

“At first rapid, it slackened after a time, but, though here and there aglacier has slightly retraced its steps and an ad-

vance became more general towards the end of the last century, the majority are still either slowly shrinking or at best stationary. In the French Alps, we learn, sundry small glaciers have quite melted     away during the last few years. It is to be hoped that these places will be carefully watched in order to ascertain more pre- cisely the conditions (temperature, pre-   cipitation, &c.) under which the formation   of a glacier becomes possible. That would   enable us to estimate the mean tempera- ture in certain localities during the glacial epoch, and thus to obtain one firmer foot-

ing in that most slippery subject. The shrinkage of the world’s ice mantle ap-pears to characterise all the countries ob- served, for only in Scandanavia, and per-     haps at Mount St. Elias, are glaciers be- ginning to advance in notable numbers.”

For a number of years the oscillation of the earths axis has been watched atspecial observatories at half a dozen places     along the parallel of 39.8 north latitude. A   report made by Th. Albrecht shows that since 1900 the greatest shifting of the pole has been about forty feet, the vibration   having been very slight in 1900, but in- creasing considerably by 1903-4, reaching a   second minimum about 1905-7, and being   now near another maximum.

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04 Nov 1847 – THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1847…

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4 Responses to Below350.org

  1. Just heard about this 350.org bunch, they’re now in the middle of banning coal in the NW — blaming any number of woes on “toxic coal dust” spewing by the ton from trains speeding through sleepy little villages.

  2. Realist says:

    This site is hilariously pathetic! Cling to your nonsense, wackos!

    • Those old newspaper writers were just a bunch of evil climate deniers

    • Climatism says:

      It’s all good ‘Realist’. The old newspaper writers were simply under a CO2 spell, instructed to write of catastrophe in order to aid the Govt of the day to invoke draconian climate policy upon its citizenry. Everything you’ve read above is exaggerated and alarmist.
      Thank God we don’t have to now read of climate hysteria from the likes of the Guardian, HuffPO or BBC, as they have studied the past and are wised up on the alarmist nature of their catastrophist, policy pushing forefathers and the bent ideology they pursued.

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