Removing The 1940’s Blossoms

In 1945 and 1946, cherry trees bloomed by mid-March in Washington DC


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After 70 years of global warming, it is not going to happen this year.

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EarthCam – Cherry Blossoms Cam

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7 Responses to Removing The 1940’s Blossoms

  1. Don says:

    Harry Reid making a fool of himself, again. Bad weather equals climate change, or some such nonsense.

  2. Psalmon says:

    The missing hot air is hiding on the Senate floor.

  3. omanuel says:

    Slowly, ever so slowly, the mask is coming off Big Brother so everyone knows what none of us wanted to discover:

    Thanks to Stalin’s capture of Japan’s atomic bomb production facility in Konan, Korea in Aug 1945, the “Evil Empire” survived:

    _ a.) The end of the Second World War
    _ b.) The UN’s formation in Oct 1945
    _ c.) The collapse of the Berlin Wall

    Thank you, Steve, for having the courage to expose the post-1945 “consensus science” scam !.

  4. Alec, aka daffy duck says:

    Thank you!
    ” The National Park Service (NPS) says the earliest ever recorded in its 92 years of record-keeping was March 15, 1990.”

    Your AP article is dated march 15, so they must have been out on the 14th

    I live outside of DC

  5. Andy DC says:

    The Washington Monument is wearing a cervical collar, courtesy of the August 2011 earthquake.

  6. slimething says:

    UHI has a huge effect on cherry blossom bloom dates, but as we all know according to Mosher & co., UHI is non-existent.

    Click to access 1893.pdf

    History of Washington DC Cherry Festival bloom dates:

    Click to access Cherry-Festival-dates.pdf

  7. Gail Combs says:

    Cherry blossoms! Heck our trees are still dormant and I am well south of DC by 300 miles

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