“In the summer of 1762 the longest drought on record in America occurred”

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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/18944446#pstart150597

h/t to reader Ivan

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4 Responses to “In the summer of 1762 the longest drought on record in America occurred”

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    Only if humans and animals are not allowed to breathe (or fart) will the PPM be in the safe range.

  2. Julienne Stroeve says:

    how does this compare with more recent droughts? They are saying the longest drought on record back in a paper dated in 1880. And the statement that no rain fell
    from May 1st to September 1st, is that for the entire country? Absolutely no rain anywhere in the US?

    Seems the article is missing a lot of information, but it would be great to find out what records they were using for this and how it compares to more recent droughts.

  3. HopeyChangey says:

    Guess the satellites were malfunctioning during these droughts. For a news article, this isn’t so bad. It isn’t a scientific study. Today, a news article will cite a single incident, declare impending doom (If Maybe) the same (Might Could) become commonplace “as the earth warms”.

    For Skeptics, historic weather (and hence, climate) is a string of largely chaotic events which present a discernible signature of cyclic behavior.

    For Warmers, man’s 3% contribution to a trace constituent of the atmosphere is the cause of everything bad, including earthquakes and Tsunamis, floods AND droughts, Heat waves AND blizzards, disease, pestilence, crime, Incontinence, and Male Pattern Baldness. It has NOT ONE single redeeming effect. And if we will only see the light, and institute a world Marxist government, all will be saved…. even tho this will do nothing about the concentration of CO2. Remarkable!

  4. Bobby says:

    this did not answer my question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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