Hot January 1950

During January, 1950 more than one third of the days at Bloomington, Indiana were over 60 degrees

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Similar story for Laurel, Maryland.

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Rio Grande City, Texas had five days over 90 degrees that month.

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Strange that Bernie Sanders doesn’t remember.

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7 Responses to Hot January 1950

  1. Leon Brozyna says:

    Selective memory is a convenient thing when spinning webs of power.

  2. Ted says:

    Off topic, but I just saw this on Drudge:

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/01/28/300-scientists-want-noaa-to-stop-hiding-its-global-warming-data/

    “Of the 300 letter signers, 150 had doctorates in a related field. Signers also included: 25 climate or atmospheric scientists, 23 geologists, 18 meteorologists, 51 engineers, 74 physicists, 20 chemists and 12 economists. Additionally, one signer was a Nobel Prize winning physicist and two were astronauts.”

    If the 97% consensus is real, we should be seeing a response signed by almost 5,000 PhDs, any minute now. Aaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnyyyyyyyyyyy minute…

    • David A says:

      Actually Ted, if the 97 percent is real we will be shortly seeing a petition signed by about one million scientists with over 300,000 thousand PHDs, not only asserting that humans are responsible for most of the warming since 1950, but that it will be incredibly harmful.

      (In other words they have to state the opposite of the Oregon Petition, and they need to make the 32,000 plus signers of the Oregon Petition only 3% of their signatory list.)

  3. Henry Arnold says:

    Test, I think this sight is great.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Was also extremely cold with blizzards in Seattle during January 1950.

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