100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded

The hottest legitimate temperature ever recorded of 134F, occurred in 1913 at Death Valley, California – when CO2 was well below 350 ppm.

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6 Responses to 100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded

  1. Robertv says:

    Global Warming Zagreb

  2. Andy DC says:

    By the time Hansen is thru adjusting that temperature, it will just be another pleasant summer day! On second thought, it should be a snap for him to simply throw it out. Humans in 1913 had simply not evolved enough to read a thermometer.

    • kbray in california says:

      And today our “Made in China” thermometers and devices are so much more accurate than yesteryear. That “Made in USA” crap was abhorred for its inaccuracies and low quality. Thank god for godless China.

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    Steven, I was going to call you out on that, saying that actually the hottest ever was in 1923 in Libya at 140°F, BUT in googling it I found that they’ve found problems with the 1923 data, so Death Valley is again the reigning temperature king.
    So, wow, the hottest ever is CA, and we haven’t matched that in a century. Insane, if we had been in a period of man-made or natural runaway warming, that record would have been broken many times many years ago. But no. The whole global warming scare is little more than fabrication, and outright hogwash. There’s nothing wrong with the climate, and CO2 has nothing to do with it. Put it another way: there’s nothing unusual or odd about current temperatures, and there’s no evidence that CO2 causes climate scale warming:

  4. johnmcguire says:

    It is also the 100th anniversary of the federal reserve act and the personal income tax act and that means we have been financialy raped for 100 years .

  5. Mike says:

    Unlike temperatures, the tax rates have gone up and those ARE man made.

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