US Summers Were Much Hotter And Drier Prior To 1960

Prior to 1960, wildfires in the US burned far more acres than they do now.


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Heatwaves were much longer, more widespread, more frequent and more intense prior to 1960.

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NASA and NOAA have massively tampered with the temperature data prior to 1960, so this part of American history is largely lost. And government agencies don’t talk about pre-1960 forest fires, because it doesn’t suit their agenda. All part of the biggest science fraud in history.

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12 Responses to US Summers Were Much Hotter And Drier Prior To 1960

  1. Frank Pernice says:

    One thing the chicken littles of climate change don’t bank on is older folks like myself who remember what things were like 75 years ago. I’ve seen pacific storms take out homes along the California coast from Santa Barbara to Venice. I’ve seen wildfires that took out over 500 homes. Seen them burn from Ventura all the way down to Malibu. I’ve hiked 400 feet above sea level and miles from the ocean as a kid living in Santa Barbara. We found plenty of clam shells and sea fossiles up there. The Chumash Indians didn’t put those artifact there … it was all underwater an some point in history. I’ve seen those beautiful Channel Islands covered in snow … and the streets of Santa Barbara covered with it as well. I’ve seen storms and constant rain take out most of the bridges in Ventura County … and the Ventura River full of boulders, cars and houses being washed down to the sea. Is climate changing? Do chile dogs taste good? Good tasting chile dogs are nothing new … and neither is a changing climate.

  2. Henry P says:

    Hot and dry summers (USA, > 40 lat) will be coming back again,
    in about 5 to 6- years we will be back to where we were in 1932….

  3. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for DAILY reminders of the difference between:

    1. REALITY and
    2. NASA/NOAA reports.

    I.e., public tax funds are used DAILY to deceive the public, i.e.,
    U.S. Citizens have totally lost control of the U.S. Government.

    • Robertv says:

      And not only U.S. Citizens !

      • Robertv says:

        As long as the beast stays alive it doesn’t matter what wing you’re voting for.The illusion of freedom is only granted if it is in the interest of those in power. If no longer needed they’ll take it away bit by bit.

        Winter is coming.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey Robertv! Yes, winter is coming… but so is spring. The principle of freedom and natural rights is loose in the world. Children in every nation now have access to Jefferson and Paine. I am not bright enough to know how long winter might last, but spring is coming.

      • omanuel says:

        Yes, the web of deceit requires daily maintenance.

  4. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism.

  5. smamarver says:

    Could it be World War II? At least for 1942-1945? I see from here that the Pacific War had an important influence over climate.

    • henryp says:

      Dust Bowl drought
      1932 – 1939
      Just google it

    • rah says:

      You see there somebody CLAIMS that the war in the Pacific had an important influence over climate. I don’t believe it for a minute. When on considers the Battle of the Atlantic and massive numbers of convoys transiting there was actually a great deal more naval activity over a longer period of time in the much smaller Atlantic Ocean during WW II. So why would not any effects by man not have showed up there to an even greater extent than in the Pacific?

  6. Henry P says:

    It could well be that the powers that be [ Obama & ] are well aware of the natural climate change coming up in 5-6 years
    [due to global cooling]
    causing shortages of food in the world market
    If I could pick up the consequences of the Gleissberg cycle…..

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