1896 : Before CO2 Overheated The Atmosphere

January, 1896 was by far the hottest month is Australian history.

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http://query.nytimes.com/

Some places reached 130 degrees.

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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/44153166

Parrots dropped dead out of trees.

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http://query.nytimes.com/

The heat killed millions of rabbits

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Meanwhile, people dropped dead from the heat in London.

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People and horses dropped dead from the heat in America

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Boulder, Colorado had a much larger flood than the 2013 “thousand year flood”

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http://www.wunderground.com/blog/weatherhistorian/show.html

And back in Australia, they suffered from drought and famine.

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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/44167639

Climate experts say that the weather is worse now, because if they don’t lie about it – they become irrelevant and lose their reputations and funding.

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7 Responses to 1896 : Before CO2 Overheated The Atmosphere

  1. geran says:

    This just reported on CXBN 24/7 Top-of-the-Hour News:

    “Flood waters, at boiling temperatures, have crested Mount Everest.”

    (Beat that, Channel 11!)

  2. There Is No Substitute for Victory. says:

    On page one of the Courier there’s is a steamship line add employing people bound for Europe to sail to America, then take the train to the East Coast where the traveler could book passage on another ship, final destination Europe. The add touted the cooler more comfortable Pacific passage than stiff upper lipping it all the way past the burning sands of the Red Sea, the Suez Canal, and the upper Sahara. I seems that Rudyard Kipling was wrong about mad dogs and Englishmen being the only life to go out in the noon day Sun, Englishmen didn’t like 19th century heat any better than those people dropping dead in Australia from the 1896 heat wave liked it.

  3. ntesdorf says:

    Those rabbits and birds too just couldn’t withstand the blistering heat on the Western Plains out at Wilcannia and Broken Hill in the nineteenth Century. Things are a lot better for them out there these days thanks to Global Cooling. The heavy rains of the twenty-first Century have meant that the rabbits and birds are back in big numbers and feel a lot more comfortable
    .

  4. Tom Harley says:

    When the warmists move to Siberia and Alaska, and the kiwis here return to New Zealand, then, and only then, I might believe them.
    Meanwhile I will stay in the tropics where the climate has not changed in at least 120 years, and never changes. We only have weather change.

  5. Sharpshooter says:

    Owww, you waskilly wabbit!

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