People making comparisons to the heatwave of 1936 have absolutely no idea what they are talking about. From June 14 to September 13 1936, high temperatures in Oklahoma City averaged 104 degrees.
Seventy-two out of ninety-two days were over 100F. Eleven days were over 110F. Four days were over 115F
By contrast, since June 13 2012, temperatures have averaged 94F – eight degrees cooler than the same period in 1936. Holocaust deniers attempt to rewrite the history of the 1930s, and thus have much in common with Hansen et. al.
h/t to Marc Morano