Hot Days In The US Have Diminished As CO2 Has Increased

Hot weather in the US peaked in the 1930’s, and has dropped off dramatically since then. There were three times as many 95 degree days in 1936 as there were in 2014

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As CO2 has increased, the frequency of hot days has decreased.

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The actual data is directly contrary to the blatantly fraudulent article published in the LA Times yesterday.

This Afternoon’s Climate Fraud Award – Goes To UCLA And The LA Times


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2 Responses to Hot Days In The US Have Diminished As CO2 Has Increased

  1. Marsh says:

    Hot days have diminished on all Continents as CO2 has increased ; Interestingly the Cold days have increased as CO2 increases… damn Carbon, it’s just Not playing the CAGW game…

  2. gymnosperm says:

    Since glacial stages begin when CO2 as at its highest and interglacials begin when it is at its lowest, the conclusion is inescapable. CO2 causes ice ages! Wink.

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