1922 : Record Heat In Europe, Glaciers Melting

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chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1922-05-24/ed-1/seq-1.pdf

NASA says that 1922 was very cold. Much colder than the ice age scare of the 1970s, when glaciers were expanding.

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4 Responses to 1922 : Record Heat In Europe, Glaciers Melting

  1. Robert Kearns says:

    Intelligence is sometimes defined as being able to hold two seemingly opposite facts in one brain and resolving them. 1. Paris (and the Alps) are experiencing a record heat wave. 2. NASA says 1922 was very cold The chart also says that the world temps were very cold. About -0.3 of a degree colder than normal. During that same period there was a heat wave in Europe. Both statements are true and both occurred simultaneously. Supposed conflict resolved. Bing! Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2014 13:48:00 +0000 To: rob_ker1@msn.com

  2. drtim12 says:

    Gee It certainly is refreshing to see an article from a newspaper that actually had reporters not commentators and propagandist. So what!, if they are receding, that is what they do. we are not the cause of this, we are only watching normal cyclic changes and Taxing us to try to stop it is as futile as trying to control the weather. Carbon is a Molecule of life as much as oxygen. Water vapor causes more heat retention in our atmosphere than anything else. Why don’t they pass a law forbidding Volcanic activity? That makes more sense that all of the others. If it were not for our development of all of the carbon based energy sources being used to day no one could even have a computer or this internet that we use today. So sit back and enjoy it.

  3. Brian H says:

    RK;
    The better resolution of the conflict is to assume that NASA et al have massively corrupted the temperature record.

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