National Geographic And PBS Blame The 1930s Dust Bowl On Humans

Witness the catastrophic dust storms, incredible human suffering and equally incredible stories of human perseverance as Ken Burns chronicles our country’s worst man-made ecological disaster. THE DUST BOWL premieres Sunday, November 18 at 8/7c on PBS.

It had nothing to do with seven years of record heat and drought. Evil white men caused it.

Nebraska, Palmer Modified Drought Index (PMDI), 24-Month Period Ending in September, 1897-2012

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3 Responses to National Geographic And PBS Blame The 1930s Dust Bowl On Humans

  1. Me says:

    Well it appears they are really spinning now to recover from their bullshit they spinned them selves into earlier.

  2. Dave N says:

    So much for CO2 being “safe” back then.

    They’re so caught up in the “extreme weather is being caused by humans” mantra that they forgot to check the date. Next they’ll be blaming the extinction of dinosaurs on humans.

    Unwittingly, though, they’re acknowledging that the event was worse than anything since.

    All in all they have completely run out of brain cells.

  3. Andy DC says:

    The farming practices back in the 1930′s allowed a lot of topsoil to be exposed, which caused blowing dust whenever the winds were strong. Perhaps better farming methods will cut down on the amount of blowing dust. But as far as heat and drought, evil farmers have no imporant effect one way or another.

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