July 1934 : Entire Country Baked In Record Heat

Ten degrees above normal in the midwest.


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7 Responses to July 1934 : Entire Country Baked In Record Heat

  1. omnologos says:

    funny how people could feel the heat when it was hot

    nowadays it’s cold when it’s warm so only climatologists can understand

  2. Jimbo says:

    1934 Driest and Hottest Of 70 Recorded Years
    The year 1934 has been the driest and hottest on record so far, the Weather Bureau asserted today.
    New York Times – August 12, 1934

    A mother and baby are shown trying to sleep in the park.

  3. Jimbo says:

    New York Times 28 January, 1934
    “New Evidence Supports Geology’s View That the Arctic Is Growing Warmer”

  4. Jimbo says:

    Does any of the following sound familiar?

    The Deseret News 5 May, 1953
    “Scientist Says Temperature of World Rising
    “The carbon dioxide in the air acts in the same manner as the glass in a greenhouse.”

    The Hartford Courant – 25 January, 1970
    “….we are told that over the last three decades, the average temperature of the world as a whole has dropped by as much as a third to a half a degree Centigrade. “

    Co2, the Satanic gas.

  5. Karmakaze says:

    Wow, none of you figured out that a map that shows the difference from “normal” is only meaningful when you know what that “normal” is?

    Yes, 1934 was 10 deg. F above average, but the average was the PRE-1934 average. If you made the same map for 1934 but compared to the 1971 to 2000 average, you would see a very different map.

    It’s amazing how you guys can’t even figure out how to read and display a graph accurately, but dare to suggest the scientists are engaged in fraud!

    Unless you DO know the error you’ve made, and it was intentional…. A case of the pot calling the kettle black?

    • Don’t start spamming the thread.

      As I have already explained to you, the discrepancy is at least an order of magnitude larger than any possible differences in the baseline. Given the precision of the color bands (2 degrees) a few tenths of a degree will not have any effect on the maps.

      Now take a deep breath and try using your brain.

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