July 1896 Heatwave Killed Birds

Experts say that Europe never used to have heatwaves in July.

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8 Responses to July 1896 Heatwave Killed Birds

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Tony aka Steven, for holding the feet of these government propaganda artists aka 97%-consensus science fraudsters to the fire of reality!

    • omanuel says:


      1. This great nation was 120 years old in July 1896 and would end in 49 years!

      2. This great nation began with the “Declaration of Independence” on 4 July 1776.

      3. This great nation ended with a “Secret Social Experiment” on 24 October 1945.

      Click to access Introduction.pdf

    • omanuel says:


      President Abraham Lincoln appointed a private, self-perpetuating group of distinguished scholars on March 3, 1863 the National Academy of Sciences to advise our government on matters of science and technology. The current NAS President, CLIMATOLOGIST Ralph J. Cicerone, reviews budgets of federal research agencies (NASA, DOE, NSF, EPA, etc.) for Congress.


      USSR’s Premier Joseph Stalin aka Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin (Ио́сиф Виссарио́нович Ста́лин) captured Japan’s Atomic Bomb Plant at Konan, Korea and the crew of an American B29 Bomber in AUG-SEPT 1945 and used his influence to unite nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) worldwide into an “Orwellian Ministry for Scientific (UN)Truths” on 24 OCT 1945. The current US NAS President, CLIMATOLOGIST Ralph J. Cicerone, reviews budgets of federal research agencies (NASA, DOE, NSF, EPA, etc.) for Congress.

      Click to access Introduction.pdf

  2. judyryan46 says:

    For some reason your read more link is not working. It may be my end. Will try later today

    Sent from my iPad


  3. gator69 says:

    Now it’s the wind farms and solar arrays.

  4. catweazle666 says:

    Happy Fourth of July, Cousins!

    • rah says:

      Thank you sir! It was. I have my 5′ x 8′ Stars & strips flying on my 30′ pole with my Gadsden flag under it. Made great Shish Kabobs on the grill. Chicken marinated in Teriyaki with apples, pineapple, and green peppers. The Sirloin Kabobs were marinated in Sweet Baby Rays Steak House sauce and had red onions, green and yellow peppers, cherry tomatoes and Zucchini. The Green peppers and Zucchini were straight from the garden. Toss salad, Rice pilaf for the sides. Hummus or herb & garlic spread with rye and wheat crackers also.

      Then I proceeded to put off excellent fire works, through the seven mortars I have mounted on a 2″ x 10″ until I was worn out. That lasted from 21:30 until 23:00. My 83 year old Dad and 81 year old Mom were here and my sister and my Daughter and grand baby girl that will be 6 months old tomorrow. My little girl love the fire works until she got so tired she just sacked out in her mothers arms. It was a wonderful 4th.

      However you should know. The Declaration of Independence was not even officially signed on the 4th. The copy that most people see wasn’t signed until August 2nd by most and later by others. My own founder ancestor was George Clymer and he, being heavily involved in the finances for the revolution, was not there for the original signing. He did not sign until August and that is why his signature is near the bottom and small. But his stature within the Congress was much larger than the signature on the document.

      By then end of the revolution George had less than 1/3rd of the considerable fortune he had before the revolution. I want reparations with interest. 😉

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