100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Week In Recorded History

One hundred years ago this week, Death Valley California experienced the hottest temperatures ever recorded on Earth. July 8-14, 1913 recorded temperatures of 128, 129, 134, 129, 130, 131 and 127.

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According to NASA’s crack global warming team, 1913 was one of the coldest years in Earth history.

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17 Responses to 100th Anniversary Of The Hottest Week In Recorded History

  1. sabretoothed says:

    I love it when the BOM stuff’s up the webpage to try to hide the Coldest time in the history of the planet http://www.bom.gov.au/lam/climate/levelthree/c20thc/drought1.htm

  2. Billy Liar says:

    I think it’s obvious that all the missing heat in 1913 was on the Greenland Ranch.

  3. Beale says:

    How far back does recorded history go for this purpose? I doubt that there any temperature records for Death Valley from 1813.

  4. RCM says:

    For the 1813 Death Valley temps, all you have to do is measure the tree rings……Oh, never mind. 😉

  5. Olaf Koenders says:

    Do any of climatologists consider fixing the millions of trees they put holes in?

  6. michael says:

    I see no one has commented on NASA’s Global Land-Sea Temperature Index. Nothing unusual there?

    • gator69 says:

      And here’s why…

      “The current analysis uses satellite observed nightlights to identify measurement stations located in extreme darkness and adjust temperature trends of urban and peri-urban stations for non-climatic factors, verifying that urban effects on analyzed global change are small. A paper describing the current analysis was published (Hansen et al. 2010) in Reviews of Geophysics in December 2010. The paper compares alternative analyses, and address questions about perception and reality of global warming. Alternative choices for the ocean data are tested. It is shown that global temperature change is sensitive to estimated temperature change in polar regions, where observations are limited.”



      All you alarmists have are models, massive funding, and useful idiots

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