In 1921, Earth Had A Fever

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Middlesboro Daily News – Google News Archive Search

1921 was the hottest year on record in Illinois.

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3 Responses to In 1921, Earth Had A Fever

  1. omanuel says:

    Thanks, Steven, for exposing the work of government propaganda artists.

    The climate debate has exposed a common misunderstanding of the source of energy in, and physical structure of, neutron-rich cores of

    1. Heavy atoms like Uranium,
    2. Gaseous planets like Jupiter,
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun,
    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Solar_Energy_For_Review.pdf

    Does the decision to Unite Nations in 1945 to achieve “UN’s Agenda 21,”

    http://habitat.igc.org/agenda21/index.htm

    also explain worldwide collusion to obscure the force of creation with:

    1. Standard Nuclear Model
    2. Standard Climate Model
    3. Standard Solar Model &
    4. Big Bang Cosmology?

    If so, world leaders may be tempted to take drastic action, like a “false flag” nuclear war, to stay in power.

    America is lost if we accept as true the post-1945 “science” designed to destroy faith in a “Higher Power.”

  2. Dan W. says:

    In February 2015 northwest Utah has a really bad fever. Also, in the washington post article note the reference to UHI as the explanation for why Reagan airport is not recording record low temperatures while Dulles and BWI are. I suppose when these temperatures are homogenized the higher low temperatures from Reagan will the ones used …

    “February cold has already been historic and Thursday and Friday may be more extreme”
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2015/02/18/february-cold-has-already-been-historic-and-thursday-and-friday-may-be-more-extreme/

  3. gator69 says:

    1921 was the hottest year on record in Illinois.

    Don’t worry, Gavin will fix that.

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