Extreme Heat During NASA’s Coldest Decade Ever

Gavin says the 1890’s was the coldest decade ever on the land surfaces

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This historical record says that it was extremely hot, with animals dropping dead in the streets. Apparently those animals didn’t know how to read a thermometer correctly.

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05 Jan 1909 – EXPERIENCES AT BOURKE.

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18 Jul 1896 – Great Heat in Europe. NUMEROUS CASES OF SUNSTROK…

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14 Aug 1896 – HEAT IN AMERICA. TERRIBLE MORTALITY. (By Cable M…

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5 Responses to Extreme Heat During NASA’s Coldest Decade Ever

  1. tom0mason says:

    “During the summer of 1896, a 10-day heat wave killed nearly 1,500 people, many of them tenement-dwellers, across New York City. ”

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129127924

  2. rishrac says:

    A. It was just weather
    B. It was local not world wide.
    C. We’ve adjusted the temperature downward for those times. (peer reviewed and necessary)
    D. All of the above

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