Midwest Is Twenty Degrees Colder Than July 1936

During July of 1936, almost the entire US was blistering hot, with parts of the midwest twelve degrees above normal

 Below350.org

http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/064/mwr-064-07-c1.pdf

After 80 years of unprecedented global warming, the midwest is as much 8 degrees below normal.

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1 Response to Midwest Is Twenty Degrees Colder Than July 1936

  1. mjc says:

    That’s it…all the ‘missing’ heat became tachyons and ended up in 1936!

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