Most US States Set Their Record High Temperature Prior To 1940

http://www.usatoday.com/weather/wheat7.htm

Only one state set their record high during Hansen’s “hottest decade ever.” Forty-four states set their record high temperature before global warming became dangerous at 350 ppm.

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5 Responses to Most US States Set Their Record High Temperature Prior To 1940

  1. Sundance says:

    Hansen does a good job of getting arrested.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      Drunk white trash running in their underwear out the back door of a trailer on ‘Cops’ do too. Mr. Hansen’s true peers.

  2. Andy WeissDC says:

    The 1930’s were in a class by themselves. All you need to do is count the number of 100+ days in places like St. Louis, Kansas City, Des Moines, etc. during the summers of 1930, 1934 and 1936 and compare that number to the last 20 years. Then tell me if you think we are now in a period of catastrophic warming.

  3. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    With just a little bit of searching people can find that ‘global warming’ is nothing to be worried about.

  4. slimething says:

    OT

    If anyone keeps track, UAH is showing SST dropping below 2008 levels. Didn’t Hansen say a strong El Nino was shaping up for 2011? If El Nino were to take place anyway, all it means is the oceans are giving up their heat more rapidly and the globe will in turn cool faster as there appears to be a net loss of heat overall, unlike prior to 2003.

    I think the oceans are far more pertinent to global warming than the atmosphere.

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