Horse flatulence caused this Mann-made snowstorm, March 11-14 1888.
The Arctic must have melted in 1888, pushing all the cold and snow into the northern U.S.
So this is what the warmists are wanting to return to. Screw them move to Greenland if that is your preferred weather.
Plus if it happened today it would be proof of climate change.
If I remember correctly there was also a massive snowstorm in march in the SW UK. Not sure if it was 1881 or 1888 but reports from the vicar of that area said that the vallys were full of snow and snow lay in places until july.
In 1881 there was a tremendous blizzard in the UK;
In 1888 there was a more than tremendous blizzard in NYC that buried some 3 story buildings. !888 is also the year that London reported snow on July 12th
Aw, C’mon! You know that those photos were staged on a model railroad and slipped into the historical archives by the Koch Brothers!
It was the railroad, obviously. Natural climates only exist in the absence of white men.
Sea Level Rise WARNING for this Summer:
The Senate missed this one last night….
inevitable! Kim Jong Pitt
Now where was mayor Bloomberg to declare this storm to be caused by GoreBull Warming?
All of those gaseous White Tail Deer and an over abundance of gassy Moose and pile dropping Bison brought that storm to fruition 😉
Signs Of The Times:
“The End of Snow?” – The New York Times Sunday Review, February 7
“Over Two Thirds of Contiguous USA Covered With Snow” – WUWT, February 7
“1 in 4 Americans Unaware That Earth Revolves Around The Sun” – Survey of 2,200 by the National Science Foundation, February 14
It is uncertain that the survey included the NYT Editorial Board.
“We don’t see a broad-based buildup in leverage. Asset prices generally do not appear to be out of line with traditional metrics.”- Testimony, Janet Yellen, February 11
“The shadows are growing in the corporate bond market as investors turn to derivatives. An increasingly illiquid cash bond market is behind the shift.”- Financial Times, February 11
“Investors have been warned by Fitch that losses from the next leveraged default cycle may be significantly in excess of previous cycles.”- Financial Times, February 14
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