Hottest Year Ever

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Government climate experts insist that we are living in the hottest times ever. They also say that global warming causes drought.

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Let’s assume that their temperature data and their climate models are correct, and check their work. Drought in the US is near historic lows.
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The same El Nino which they used to generate their fake temperature records, also created very wet conditions in the US. Government scientists have known this for decades, and even occasionally told the truth – before they started getting paid by Al Gore to lie.

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27 Jan 1989, Page 6 – at Newspapers.com

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13 Responses to Hottest Year Ever

  1. Andy DC says:

    Warm, wet weather with lack of extreme heat would fit most people’s definition of ideal growing weather.

    • Winnipeg boy says:

      Last two years, record corn yield.
      Last two years, record soybean yield.
      Corn plants do not tolerate heat well. If this were the hottest year ever, their thermostat is broken.

  2. gator69 says:

    … heat normally radiated by the glove into space…

  3. smamarver says:

    “The current El Niño active since summer 2015, is one of the three strongest ever recorded, as long as one reduce the observation period to the last couple of decades. However we know that there was a El Niño during the first winter in World War II (WWII). In Europe the winter was the coldest for more than 100 years. In the U.S. a number of States experienced an extraordinary dry and warm autumn 1939, and record cold in January 1940 as well.” – quote from another interesting article that analysis the El Nino – http://1ocean-1climate.com/in-el-nino-matters-ask-the-experts-but-expect-nothing/.

  4. Gary miller says:

    It’s interesting how southern Oregon is extremely moist while 1 foot across the border in northeast California it is severe drought.

  5. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    2016 US drought at historic lows. #ActOnClimate #Paris #etc

  6. darrylb says:

    There was no warming from 1895 to 1987 as of 1987, But in 2015 there was much warming from 1895 to 1987.
    Ten years from now there will have been recorded an unspeakable amount of warming from 1895 to 1987. The historical temperature record is performed using a modernistic method called Karlism! and anyone can do it, especially if one is a journalist, an entertainer, even a politician.

  7. AndyG55 says:

    No my words.. can’t find attribution….

    “What is all the fuss about? In terms of actual temperatures instead of anomalies, July 2015 was way warmer than February 2016.
    According to NOAA, the average global temperature for July is 15.8 C and for February it is 12.1 C.
    If we apply the GISS anomalies to these numbers, then the global July temperature was 15.8 + 0.73 = 16.5 C. And if we apply the GISS anomalies to these numbers, then the global February temperature was 12.1 + 1.35 = 13.5 C. So February was 3 C colder than July!
    Since we did not fry in July, why should we fry now?
    Furthermore, most of the anomalous warmth in February was in the far north where the air is very cold with a low absolute humidity. It takes little energy to warm this air up.”

  8. Robertv says:

    Not in Stykkisholmur

    http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/show_station.cgi?id=620040130000&dt=1&ds=14

    What very much looks like Reykjavik before it became inconvenient.

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