Every reporting station in Indiana recorded temperatures over 100F in Indiana on July 12, 1936. Five Indiana stations made it to 110F, and it was 112F at Wheatfield, Indiana. The forecast high today in Wheatfield is 82F, thirty degrees cooler than the same date in 1936.
CO2 was below 320 PPM at the time. Hansen says that recent heatwaves (much cooler than 1936) were not possible below 350PPM.
The #1 rule for many leading climate scientists is to never let actual data interfere with their theory.