Friday, August 24, 2012

Remember the Dust Bowl?

With all the talk about the drought this summer, it's easy to forget about the dust bowl. Which you could read about in The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl. See my review. Steven Goddard points out,

"US and global surface temperature records are so corrupted as to be meaningless. Below are some news stories from the 1930s. July of 1936 was the hottest month in US history. The summer of 1934 was the worst drought in US history. Half of the lower 48 states set their all-time temperature record during the 1930s."
A correspondent writes in,
"The worst parasite of humans is other humans. Many statistics are produced for the purpose of eating other people for food. Climate statistics are manipulated to legitimize theft from people who use hydrocarbons for production."
The AGW pushers may be able to ban the use of coal or at least severely devalue coal reserves. That would be a great time to step in and buy reserves on the chance that AGW is a hoax.

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