Daily Archives: June 10, 2014

Coldest Year On Record In The US Through June 7

Seventy percent of the US has been below normal temperature since January 1, 2014. YearTDeptUS.png (688×531) Advertisements

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1901 Was The Hottest July In US History – It Was Blamed On “The Advance Of Civilization”

There has been no trend in US July temperatures since 1895, but 1901 produced the hottest July in the US temperature record – even hotter than 1936 and 1934. Scientists at the time blamed it on “the advance of civilization”  My … Continue reading

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During The Summer Of 1936, 15% Of US Temperatures Were Over 100 Degrees

President Obama says that heatwaves are getting worse, because he has absolutely no clue what he is talking about. During the summer of 1936, fifteen percent of all US temperature readings were over 100 degrees. Compare that to only two … Continue reading

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Bastions Of Higher Propaganda

I was down in DC today, and had the pleasure of talking to a very beautiful young woman who had just graduated from Michigan State University (not to be confused with the University of Michigan.) She said that no one … Continue reading

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New York Times Certain That Sea Level Will Rise One Foot By 2016

SIGNIFIGANT RISE IN SEA LEVEL NOW SEEMS CERTAIN – NYTimes.com

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Learning To Think Like A Progressive

Heartland posted a billboard a couple of years ago pointing out that some of the worst mass murderers in US history were climate activists. The left was outraged and said Heartland was smearing a broad range of people over the … Continue reading

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Protecting Climate Corruption

After the Challenger disaster, Congress assembled a team of people from a wide range of disciplines to figure out what went wrong. They understood that NASA would never tell them the truth, and as a result of bringing in outsiders they were … Continue reading

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