McKibben Believes That CO2 Turned Him Into A Newt

Twitter / billmckibben: On Sunday, every weather station …

On July 31, 1934 all of the weather stations in Oklahoma topped 100, and most topped 110.  The table below shows recorded high temperatures for all of the USHCN weather stations in Oklahoma on July 31, 1934. It appears that Oklahoma has cooled considerably since 1934.

109 103 108 110 105 112 109 107 111 110 109 110 110 109 110 107
115 106 108 111 107 108 106 111 110 106 107 110 110 110 106 110
110

Oklahoma July maximum temperatures have dropped by two degrees since the 1930s, according to the recorded daily maximum temperatures from USHCN

McKibben likely also believes that CO2 weighs the same as a duck. It has always been hot in Oklahoma in July. McKibben is a fraudster spreading mindless superstition.

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6 Responses to McKibben Believes That CO2 Turned Him Into A Newt

  1. ozspeaksup says:

    McKibben likely also believes that CO2 weighs the same as a duck.

    🙂
    you mean it doesn’t??
    don’t tell Bill…he’ll go quackers

  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    tweet tweet tweet CO2 tweet tweet deniers tweet tweet 100 degrees tweet tweet tweet

  3. gator69 says:

    I wonder if McKibben could even locate Oklahoma on a map.

    Newt would be an improvement in his case.

  4. scizzorbill says:

    “spreading mindless superstition”. It’s what the Greenie Weenie manipulators do best. McKibben is good, but Hansen and Algore are tied for the lead, and they do it without weeping.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Oklahoma hot in July? Can’t be! (sarc.)

  6. tckev says:

    Twitter – a mode of communication favored by twits.

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