Daily Archives: October 30, 2015

October 1871 – Worst Fires In US History

The devastation from the October 1871 fires is incomprehensible by modern standards. We live in exceptionally mild times.    14 Oct 1871, Page 2 – at Newspapers.com Advertisements

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Massive Forest Fire Fraud Being Perpetrated On The American People

We keep hearing reports about record forest fire seasons, like this wildly fraudulent story in USA today. Scorched earth: U.S. wildfires near record level Prior to 1960, fires burned far more acreage. In the late 1920’s ten times as much … Continue reading

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Glaciers Prove NASA Temperature Fraud

  21 Jul 1911, Page 1 – at Newspapers.com NASA says that 1911 was the coldest year on record, yet glaciers were melting at a phenomenal rate that year. This rapid melt continued until 1940 1 Sep 1918, Page 9 … Continue reading

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An Interactive Guide To Alaskan Glacial Melt

Barack Obama says that 250 years of Alaskan glacier melt is caused by automobile emissions. Here is a guide to help understand the difference between natural melt, and man-made melt glacierbaymap.gif (420×458)

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Scientists Seeking Funding Recycle The Same Stories Every Century

Scientists need funding, and the easiest way to obtain it is to make up science fiction stories which scare people. Once they find a good story, the recycle it as often as they can get away with.  2 May 1932, … Continue reading

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1946 : DC Cherry Blossom Season Lasted Seven Months

In 1946, Washington DC cherry blossoms bloomed a record early March 15. Ludington Daily News – Google News Archive Search They bloomed again in November that year. 1 Nov 1946, Page 3 – at Newspapers.com This year (NOAA’s hottest year … Continue reading

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A Scary Halloween In 1950

On Halloween 1950, almost two thirds of the US was over eighty degrees. The warmest location was Hartington, Nebraska which reached 94 degrees. The US average maximum temperature that day was 76 degrees. If this happened now, climate experts would say … Continue reading

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