2014 US Nighttime Temperatures Coldest On Record So Far

Nighttime temperatures in the US through April 23 have been the coldest on record – by a wide margin.

Screenshot at Apr 24 07-28-35

Generated using GHCN command

./ghcn.exe US23042014.txt through=0423 > US23042014_through_0423.csv

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7 Responses to 2014 US Nighttime Temperatures Coldest On Record So Far

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for this information.

    May I, with your permission, quote it today in a message to the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee?

    The goal of my message is to interrupt the debate over global climate hange while Congress decides if there is a treasonable act of deception involved:


    • Of course. Everything I post is intended to reach a wide audience.

      • omanuel says:

        Thanks, Steven. It is time to go to the headwaters of the stream of “settled science” to decide who is the denier and who is the deceiver of the powerful source of energy that sustains our lives, the food chain, our economies, and exerts dominant control over Earth’s constantly changing climate.

  2. omanuel says:

    Some of your readers may appreciate this discussion with John Myers and his readers like Freespirit about the future of the New World Order in this classical worldwide battle between good and evil.


    At this point in history, I am convinced that the victor will be decided by the invisible “force” described by Thomas Jefferson, Max Planck, and ancient scriptures of diverse religions . . .

    The “conscious and intelligent Mind” that endowed humans with inalienable rights to self govern and each atom with a fundamental vibration.

    Truth is victorious, never untruth !
    Mundaka Upanishad 3.1.6; Qur’an 17.85, etc.

  3. Keep up the great stream of information…

  4. omanuel says:

    Here is my open message to the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee (The US National Academy of Sciences and the UK Royal Society copied)

    Click to access Open_Message.pdf

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