500 Dead In June, 1842 Tornado

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30 Dec 1896 – The Sydney Morning Herald – p6

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3 Responses to 500 Dead In June, 1842 Tornado

  1. Ben says:

    In my day, there was no missing heat or cold, and we liked it. Weeee loved it!
    In my day, we didn’t name every dust devil and winter storm.
    In my day, we could read the temperatures just fine, without a time of observation bias.
    In my day, the glaciers were melting, just like they are today. And we liked it. Weeee loved it!
    In my day, we didn’t have the record crop yields of today, but somehow we didn’t starve.
    In my day, we didn’t have blogs that reminded you of climate history, because there wasn’t a need for it. We didn’t fear climate change. We liked it. Weeee loved it!

  2. terrence says:

    It must have been all those SUVs.

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