The 1913 Heat Wave

The longest heatwave in Midwest history occurred in 1913, with 20 consecutive days above 100 degrees and 81 consecutive days over 90 degrees – recorded at Clinton and Appleton City, Missouri respectively.

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These are the stations which reached 100 degrees that summer.

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The heat wave caused  100 degree temperatures in Chicago in September, and drove people insane in New York in July.

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11 Sep 1913 – Heat Wave in America.

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10 Jul 1913 – Heat Wave In America.

The world’s greatest climatologist, James Hansen, says that heat waves like this were impossible in 1913, because atmospheric CO2 was too low.

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Heat Waves “Almost Certainly” Due to Global Warming?

Heatwaves in America were much worse prior to 1960. Even the EPA is vaguely aware of this, though they completely missed the 1913, 1919 1954 and 1980 heatwaves.

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High and Low Temperatures | Climate Change | US EPA

The global warming scam is based on desperate lies by incompetent scientists and criminals. Will you continue to be polite to them?

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11 Responses to The 1913 Heat Wave

  1. those people in NYC have never gotten over that insanity.

  2. Stephen Richards says:

    I was banned for a short while at BH because I was “rude” to one of the UKMO scumbags.

    No, I can see absolutely no reason to be polite or entertain these people.

  3. Edmonton Al says:

    As Sergeant Frank Drebin of Naked Gun would say: “Shoot the bastards. That’s my policy”

  4. Steve Case says:

    If you are impolite to them, that’s all they will point out. Or if you use a source they don’t like that’s all they will point out. If you use decent prose and cite verifiable facts, they will point out that you’re a liar, and that’s where you win the argument on an internet forum or in court. Winning in court whether it’s in front of a judge or in the court of public opinion is what’s important.

    • mkelly says:

      It is the facts they have a problem with whether verifiable or not.

    • Edmonton Al says:

      You don’t win an argument with a fanatic believer, no matter what the subject.
      Religious fanatics; Political fanatics; Astrology fanatics; Full moon werewolf fanatics; and the list goes on and on and on……………
      They just keep on nattering about their belief. Facts, empirical evidence, logic, physics, or experiment, mean nothing to them.

  5. gator69 says:

    “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”
    – Winston Churchill

  6. richard says:

    9/10 bees when asked said they are , or were thinking of , moving from the cooler countryside to cities where they can be up to 10- 20 degrees hotter- when asked why, they responded -” we produce better honey”

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2010/jun/23/can-cities-save-bees

    “But surprisingly, the industry has discovered that bees kept in urban areas are healthier and produce better honey”

    “Today, beehives are quietly buzzing in cities all over the globe: Chicago, Toronto, Paris, London and New York are cities where thousands of different species of plants are blossoming in the gardens and parks. Honey produced in the cities is of a better quality than that from the countryside”

    Can species adapt to a much hotter climate?

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/wild-animals-of-all-stripes-are-adapting-to-the-cityscape-and-thriving/

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