Would Jeff Masters Have Survived 1934?

1934 was the hottest year in US history (before government data tampering) had the worst drought in US history, devastating floods in Europe, brought one of the most powerful typhoons on record to Japan, drought in England, drought in South Africa, “worldwide drought,” melting glaciers, 100 degree temperatures to almost every state ….

People like Jeff Masters who claim that the climate is becoming more extreme – have absolutely no idea what they are talking about.

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http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/062/mwr-062-07-c1.pdf

01 Mar 1934 – WINTER TORNADO VANCOUVER, February 26.

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24 Sep 1934 – JAPANESE TYPHOON MORE THAN 1,200 DEAD WIND REACH…

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02 Aug 1934 – AMERICAN DROUGHT. Human Death Roll Reaches 1,350.

28 Jul 1934 – AMERICAN DROUGHT DESTRUCTION OF CATTLE HEAVY HUM…

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12 Responses to Would Jeff Masters Have Survived 1934?

  1. Until the massive drought in South Africa, my family farmed. Our cattle and horses were wiped out in the early 1920s by an outbreak opf a cattle disease, and the family were barely recovering from that when the drought hit in 1931 and by the time the rains came in late 1935/early 1936 it was too late. None of these morons know what they’re wittering about. The drought of the 1930s lasted well over 10 years in South Africa and changed the farming landscape permanently. The city I grew up in (I was bron in 1946) was still on water rationing until 1948. No, todays ‘Greens’ wouldn’t survive it.

  2. gator69 says:

    I’m surprised Jeffy survived High School.

  3. Climatism says:

    Superb list. However climate history is ‘history’ to climate morons like Masters and the “climate began in 1976” cabal.

  4. Colorado Wellington says:

    Anxiety disorders are no laughing matter.

  5. Eli Rabett says:

    The major cause of deaths and disaster from hurricanes and typhoons before ~1960/70 was the lack of warning. The hurricane that took out Galveston in 1900 is a good example. Quoting death or damage without noting the different situation today is not very useful for comparison of storm strength

    • The weather bureau gave Galveston residents more than 24 hours warning, and they ignored it just like they did for Ike in 2008 and obviously many places in the Philippines this week. The city of Galveston was completely destroyed – so enough BS.

      • Gamecock says:

        Eli’s point, “Quoting death or damage without noting the different situation today is not very useful for comparison of storm strength,” is nonetheless valid.

        • What is different from today? The Weather Service warned of certain death in Ike, and few people left Galveston.

          Obviously many people didn’t evacuate the shoreline in the Philippines.

        • Gamecock says:

          I applaud his point about relative damage, not the point about warnings.

          Indeed, on warnings, I am reminded of the massive efforts to get drinking water to the dumb$hits in New York after Sandy. They had a minimum of 3 days to prepare, and didn’t even stock up on drinking water. Some Darwin awards were called for.

  6. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    Eli has a point. But how does one explain deaths due to the failure of individuals and governments to evacuate when there IS adequate warning? Katrina is a perfect example. People didn’t die because Katrina was especially intense, they died because local governments and individuals didn’t heed the warnings. Mayor Ray Nagin didn’t even follow New Orleans’ own evacuation plan.

    Before the ~1960s / 70s people killed by hurricanes and typhoons were victims of natural phenomenon. Today they are victims of natural selection.

  7. Rosco says:

    The real elephant in the room is thanks to advances in real science humanity recovers from these natural disasters better than ever before and reliable food production has increased markedly.

    Give these alarmists their way and we’ll be back in the dark ages before you know it – only then we won’t know about these events – there’ll be no electricity.

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