Hot Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In South Dakota

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On this date in 1935, Forestburg, South Dakota was 104 degrees, compared to a forecast high of 68 degrees today. One hundred degree days used to be very common there, but they rarely happen anymore. In order to hide this cooling, criminals at NOAA and NASA massively tamper with the temperature data.


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6 Responses to Hot Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In South Dakota

  1. Andy DC says:

    The 1930’s were truly astounding. How can they possibly claim there is catastrophic warming, when we can’t remotely approach the temperatures from 80 years ago?

    I have personally examined in detail the actual temperature records from the 1930’s for many states. It is utterly delusional to claim it is currently as warm or warmer than it was back then.

  2. Jason Calley says:

    I was in Rapid City, South Dakota on July 6th, 1973. Officially the temperature hit 110.8 degrees F. Some places around town reported 113 degrees. Whew!

  3. Andy Oz says:

    I have a theory.

    CO2 and US Gun ownership show a much higher degree of correlation than does temperature.

    The next step in my research is to determine whether CO2 causes Guns or Guns cause CO2.
    We all know that correlation means causation. I know it sounds far fetched, but lets face it, its a better theory than the one Pope Obama and President Francis are proselytising.

  4. tomas says:,_North_Dakota

    And yet, just 79 years later, further north, in North Dakota…….compared with….

    Really? What really is the difference?

    74 degrees on that same date in 2015?

    This is very torrid………

    Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhh! The pain.the pain…….and, at lower carbon footprint…paranoia will get ya!!!!

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