Look What Your SUV Did On This Date In 1935



Experts say that the climate is much warmer now, and it is the hottest year ever.


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47 Responses to Look What Your SUV Did On This Date In 1935

  1. lance says:


  2. Gail Combs says:

    Published on Dec 31, 2014 “… South Coast Winery Resort & Spa: Snow Levels fell below 2000 ft on December 31st, 2014 in Temecula, CA. This video was taken around 6:40 AM. Wine Country was full of snow. The foothills and mountains fully covered in snow….”

    Temecula, CA. lat. 33.5° N Elevation, 1,017 ft

    Los Angeles, California, Lat. 34.05° N Elevation 233′ (71 m)

    Temecula, CA. is inland from San Clemente

  3. omanuel says:

    One of these days your sense of humor is going to get you in trouble . . .

  4. Gail Combs says:

    O/T Massive 50-car pileup in New Hampshire

    These would be the people returning home from a skiing trip to the mountains over the holidays. A trip I made on weekends quite often and my in-laws make now. 93 is a four lane and normally very well kept. (Also bumper to bumper on weekends and that was 20 years ago.)



  5. ren says:

    Cold wave and frost in Algeria: remote villages, there are dead and wounded.
    Snow algeriaL’ondata frost and heavy snowfall that hit these days the Kabylie of Algeria claimed the lives of six people and injuring another 20. According to the press of Algiers are 17 isolated villages with many roads cut off. 15 are instead the homes collapsed due to the snow and the army ‘already’ intervened in the area to help the local population where there are power outages.
    A village in eastern Algeria and ‘isolated for five days due to heavy snowfall affecting the area. According to reports from the Algerian newspaper “El Khabar”, the villagers of Amara, in the province of Oran, have requested the intervention of the army after the road that connects the capital with the eastern Algerian Tlemecen and ‘still closed. The fear and ‘today may burst accidents after the local population threatened revolt. In recent days there are already ‘held sit-in spontaneous, blockades and protests over the collapse of a building that caused the evacuation of six families.

  6. markstoval says:

    I need a little off-topic help if anyone would be so kind today. I have lost my figures on this issue and google is not helping today.

    I would like to compare the maximum temperature of the moon’s surface with that of the earth’s surface. I can find a figure of 123C for the moon (253F) but can’t seem to find anything on how hot the earth can get. I assume the maximum temperature of the surface would be at the equator on a sandy beach but don’t know if that is right. Anyone have reliable figures on this?

  7. rah says:

    It did get up to 57 C (134 F) at Furnace Creek in Death Valley over 100 years ago. Think that is right up there at the top for the earth too?

    • Gail Combs says:

      If I remember correctly Algeria beat that record but it was later declared ‘unofficial’ WUWT covered the issue.

      • rah says:

        I knew there was something tickling my mind that prevented me from stating absolutely it was the world record though I knew it was for a long time. Perhaps that’s why I’m still not sure if that temp remains tops. I’d guess that it has been hotter somewhere on earths surface since thermometers have been around but we just haven’t had the instruments at the right place at the right time. And personally I have no interest in getting them to the likely places that could get hotter than Death Valley.

      • An Inquirer says:

        I am sure that a google search will give you better details, but the world record which has stood for decades was voided by the official organization. Looking at the logs for the recorded temperature at that spot in the Sahara Desert, it became quite apparent that the recorder had transpose a couple of digits which gave that record. Eventually, when comparing temperatures before and after, and when comparing temperatures nearby, the recorded temperature was not credible.

      • An Inquirer says:

        By the way, that Sahara Desert record stood for 90 years. It was in Libya, not Algeria. The world record has returned to Death Valley: 134 degrees on July 10, 1913, over a hundred years ago

      • philjourdan says:

        Wasn’t that Libya?

  8. Gail Combs says:

    According to this Article it looks like the Met office might not of gotten Obama’s message that 2014 WOULD BE the hottest year Evah!

    Forget global warming – it’s Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right the Thames will be freezing over again)
    Met Office releases new figures which show no warming in 15 years

    The supposed ‘consensus’ on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years…..

    ….Pal Brekke, senior adviser at the Norwegian Space Centre, said some scientists found the importance of water cycles difficult to accept, because doing so means admitting that the oceans – not CO2 – caused much of the global warming between 1970 and 1997.

    The same goes for the impact of the sun – which was highly active for much of the 20th Century.

    ‘Nature is about to carry out a very interesting experiment,’ he said. ‘Ten or 15 years from now, we will be able to determine much better whether the warming of the late 20th Century really was caused by man-made CO2, or by natural variability.’

    Meanwhile, since the end of last year, world temperatures have fallen by more than half a degree, as the cold ‘La Nina’ effect has re-emerged in the South Pacific.…

    WHAT!?! Did I read that correctly the temperatures have FALLEN 1/2 degree?

    Sounds like a few scientists are tippy toeing away from CAGW.
    Interesting that the 100 car pile-up in New Hampshire made the UK news as well as snowmobilers digging out a moose that got caught in an avalanche in Alaska, but nothing on the snow all around the Mediterranean.

    The only headline is this: More than 1,000 migrants saved trying to cross the Mediterranean in the last 24 hours before Christmas… and five found dead: Still more desperate refugees attempt the deadly crossing to Europe from Africa

    • rah says:

      The timing is righ according to the sunspot recordst:

      Being an American history buff I can’t but put a little historical spin on the Dalton Minimum.
      The American revolution occurred during the Dalton minimum Most people have learned how rough the winter was for Washington’s troops at Valley Forge. But most probably don’t remember the winter miracle of Frank Knox hauling the 600 tons of cannons the 300 miles from Ft. Ticonderoga to Boston on sledges over mountains, lakes, and across rivers to get them to Boston for the siege. Wouldn’t have been possible if many of the unbridged or inadequately bridged bodies of water hadn’t been frozen solid. And bodies of water that were not normally frozen solid were during the colder winters of the Dalton Minimum. Nor do they probably know that actually that when Washington wintered his Army in Morristown, NJ it was considerably colder than it was at Valley Forge. Nor have they considered that had not Washington attacked Trenton when he did the Delaware would have frozen solid enough within a few weeks for the British to have marched right across and destroyed his rag tag remnants of an Army.

      • Gail Combs says:

        I was just think of this type of evidence. Some guy by the name of Greg House over at Jo Nova’s is saying
        “…, I have not seen a single scientific evidence of climate change yet….”

        The same goes for your MWP, LIA, XYZ and whatever. No sign of science there either, just “papers”. Many many “papers”. Many many people have had a good life feeding on that crap for decades, which had been the lesser evil until it went political.

        Guess the guy has never heard of newspapers, diaries, journals and all the other first had eye witness accounts not to mention sea cores and pollen counts…

        Having lived in the New York finger lakes area and then next to a glacial terminal moraine (watch out for the copperheads) I have seen the evidence, especially the deep gouges in solid bedrock.

      • rah says:

        “philjourdan says:
        January 3, 2015 at 9:42 pm

        I thought central park was on Manhattan?”

        It is and the glacier who’s terminal moraine formed Long Island that also made the gouges in the exposed bedrock at Central Park in Manhattan. We’re talking something like 3 mi between the two.

        • philjourdan says:

          Thanks. I have demonstrated my ignorance of the NYC area. Not that I will be using the information any time soon in any event as I prefer to stay out of the area. 😉

  9. Andy DC says:

    There was snow in Needles, CA, with 33 degrees around midday. They are often the nation’s hot spot during the summer.

    • philjourdan says:

      Not looking at the records, but I do remember Needles (my mother said it was not bigger than a pin – bad pun) having snow before – once when we passed through in the 60s.

    • rah says:

      Passed through Needles a bunch of times Summer and Winter taking I-40 to I-15 where I would go by the great bird cooking operation and doing the reverse coming back. Generally I-40 is the best interstate to use transiting the US W or E during the winter to and from LA area unless your start or destination is far south so you can use I-10. Used to make it a habit of stopping at on the exit for the Meteor Crater off I-40 and into the dead end on the north side of the Interstate to take a wiz on dark clear starry nights. I envy the clear dark skies the folks have out there.

  10. gregole says:

    Snow in Phoenix, Arizona. The world’s least sustainable city:

  11. Ernest Bush says:

    Just got back from taking my grandsons to Mt. Laguna, east of San Diego. The area is up around 7,000 feet and the place looked like a winter wonderland. Snow was still 8 to 12 inches deep. The high temp was 38 degrees. About half of San Diego was trying to crowd into the place as we were leaving to return to Yuma. The boys had never played in snow before. I bought them a snow mat and they figured out how to ride it downhill pretty fast.

    • philjourdan says:

      AH! I remember it well. Having relocated from the east coast, I thought snow was a thing of the past. But my mother took us up there back in 68. And I was in hog heaven! The beach an hour (with traffic) west, and snow an hour east!

      You can lead a child to snow – and they will know what to do with it!

  12. Sharpshooter says:

    Well, Media Matters is a Leninist propaganda ministry with ties to the Communist Party USA, the American Nazi Party and the Rotarians.

    • rah says:

      Soros supposedly put in a pretty good chunk of cash for the seed money to get it started and continues to help keep it afloat today.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Yes, SO does the Tides foundation a money laundering operation for the rich who do not want their names tied to radical organizations.

        Unfortunately Activist Cash is now off line. They had a lot more info than the present Activist Facts. For example they had a long list of groups Tides funded and now they have only three.
        From my old notes Tides Foundation & Tides Center: Donations FROM Rockefeller’s $9,467,955.00 (1991 – 2005)

        Rockefeller Family Fund: $1,225,000.00 1991 – 2004
        Rockefeller Brothers Foundation $2,879,900.00 1993 – 2005
        Rockefeller Foundation $4,543,775.00 1993 – 2005
        Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors $819,300.00 1997 – 2004

  13. smamarver says:

    …. And then came an Arctic winter in Europe, in 1939/1940, mostly caused by war – http://www.2030climate.com/a2005/02_11-Dateien/02_11.html. …..

    • philjourdan says:

      So how did war cause it?

      • smamarver says:

        Naval warfare during the two World Wars determined two major climate changes: a sustained warming which started at the end of World War I and lasted 20 years, and the next climatic shift which started during the winter 1939/40 and caused a four-decades global cooling. The extensive fighting at sea was a real threat for the normal course of the climate. I have read dr. Bernaert’s thessis on “Naval War changes Climate”, in which the ocean’s main role in the climate change is explained. You can see it on the website http://www.1ocean-1climate.com. I would be really interested in your opinion.

  14. smamarver says:

    Record North Atlantic sea ice in summer 1917! At http://www.arctic-heats-up.com/_ADD/add50.html , a high time in naval warfare during the Great World War when 5-10 ships were sunk every day!

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