Winter 1907 – Oklahoma Was Over 100 Degrees

On March 19, 1907 – three HCN stations in Oklahoma were over 100 degrees. If this happened now, climate experts would cite it as 100% proof of global warming, and James Hansen would say it couldn’t have happened below 350 PPM CO2.

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4 Responses to Winter 1907 – Oklahoma Was Over 100 Degrees

  1. darkobutina says:

    Steve, you should switch to Centigrades since below 0 means cold and above zero warmer. Further from zero is either much warmer or much colder and this is why the chemistry uses C as a standard – you either have to cool reaction or warm it.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Washington, DC also set their all-time March record during 1907, 93 degrees. With National Airport so hot biased, if it were to happen now, it woud probably be 98.

  3. Brian H says:

    Steve, you remind me of Haidt’s finding that conservatives find it easy to predict what liberals will do or say, but liberals are generally wildly wrong about conservatives, because they depend on stereotypes and caricatures. Fundamentally, liberals have only 2 values (fairness and avoiding harm), while conservatives have those and about 4 more, so they can easily predict the sub-set.

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