Adjust This Downwards Jim – It Never Happened

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6 Responses to Adjust This Downwards Jim – It Never Happened

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    Whenever there are populations of evil humans, you will always have terrible CO2 emitted into the atmosphere.

  2. M White says:

    It’s data jim, but not as we know it.

  3. Ivan says:

    None of these ever happened either:

    “Droughts in the United States.
    In the summer of 1762 the longest drought on record in America occurred. No rain fell from May 1 to Sept. 1, or a period of 123 days, and England was called upon for hay
    and grain.
    In 1621 there was 21 days in succession without rain in the summer ; in 1630, 41 days ; in 1657, 75 days ; in 1662, 80 days ; in 1674, 45 days ; in 1680, 81 days ; in 1694, 62 days ; in 1705, 40 days ; in 1715, 61 days ; in 1728, 61 days ; in 1730, 92 days ; in 1741, 72 days; in 1749, 108 days; in 1755, 42 days ; in 1762, 123 days ; in 1773, 80 days : in 1791, 82 days ; in 1802, 23 days ; in 1812, 28 days ; in 1856, 24 days ; in 1871, 42 days; in 1875, 26 days ; and in 1876, 27 days.”

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/18944446?

  4. Ivan says:

    And this is all a figment of someone’s imagination:
    -Sept 1881
    “DROUGHT IN NORTH AMERICA.
    There has been a marked absence of rain in many States during the past two months, and the effects of the long drought are beginning to be severely felt. In numerous places forest fires of great magnitude have occurred, causing the destruction of much property.”
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/913728?

  5. Ivan says:

    Nor this ..
    -1854
    “THE GREAT DROUGHT IN THE UNITED STATES.
    ..a great drought, unprecedented in its duration and extent, prevails throughout the land..”
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/49202684?

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    The 1881 heatwave and drought were incredible. Reached 108 at the Naval Observatory in DC during September, no less. Hotter than any DC area weather station has been for any month since that time.

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