The 1913 Greenland Meltdown

Paging Hansen. A full week between 127 and 134F – when CO2 was very low. Isn’t that impossible?

docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/050/mwr-050-01-0010.pdf

Romm says that everything melts at 113F, so things must have been a real mess in 1913.

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10 Responses to The 1913 Greenland Meltdown

  1. Dave N says:

    Romm would probably claim the AGW is so bad, it changes the laws of physics.

    Seriously.

  2. From Wikipedia:
    Death Valley is a desert valley located in Eastern California. Situated within the Mojave Desert, it features the lowest, driest, and hottest locations in North America.[2] Badwater, a basin located in Death Valley, is the specific location (36° 15′ N 116° 49.5′ W) of the lowest elevation in North America at 282 feet (86 m) below sea level. This point is only 84.6 miles (136.2 km) ESE of Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States with an elevation of 14,505 feet (4,421 m).[3] Death Valley holds the record for the highest reliably reported temperature in the Western hemisphere, 134 °F (56.7 °C) at Furnace Creek on July 10, 1913,[4] just short of the world record, 136 °F (57.8 °C) in ‘Aziziya, Libya, on September 13, 1922.[5]

    As Paris Hilton used to say, “That’s Hot”.

  3. Bill says:

    That’s “Greenland Ranch” in Death Valley not “Greenland” the country, if you want to remain credible you should take this blog down.

  4. Ed Darrell says:

    That’s not the only assumption you’ve made incorrectly. Why do you assume your readers have a sense of humor if you don’t? Do you know the difference between “funny” and “mean?”

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