History shows that the warmest US decade on record was the 1930s

This was “long before industry emitted significant amounts of carbon dioxide,” writes Steve Goreham.


According to NOAA, “23 of the 50 state record high temperatures were recorded during the 1930s,” says Goreham. “Thirty-six of the 50 state record highs occurred prior to 1960.”

But never mind such inconvenient facts.

Seventy-four US medical and public health groups released a “U.S. Call to Action” last month, in which they declared climate change to be a “true public health emergency.” They also claimed that we urgently need to transition away from hydrocarbon energy and a move to a low-carbon economy.

“(Trouble is), “actual weather and health trends don’t support either the alarm or the demanded actions.”

“Last week, temperatures in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania peaked at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit. But these temperatures were far below the state record highs, which were Iowa (118oF in 1934), Illinois (117oF in 1954), Indiana (116oF in 1936), Ohio (113oF in 1934), and Pennsylvania (111oF in 1936).”

Goreham goes on to eviscerate the false claims of increasing storm, drought, flood, hurricane or tornado activity – even wildfire activity.

“The belief that changing light bulbs, driving electric cars, and erecting wind turbines can improve human health is as medieval as the belief that bloodletting can cure disease,” Goreham concludes.

See entire comprehensive article:

Thanks to Dr. Klaus Kaiser for this link

15 thoughts on “History shows that the warmest US decade on record was the 1930s”

  1. discussing the agw scam with a table of 12 older people around late 70s today
    NOT ONE of them goes along with the meme, they all grew up in the area and are mostly longtime families for generations, really cheered me up;-)
    they talked of the searing heat in earlier years as well as a large part of the area being swamps before and after until they drained many areas for cropping

  2. If only we COULD do something about climate, if only climate WERE the only thing we had to worry about.

    If only the so- called elite would go crawl in their holes and leave the rest of us to deal with climatic changes. A great deal could be accomplished if they would take their misinformation with them.

    No doubt they prefer not to have actual civilization to compete with when they crawl back out of those holes. How much nicer for them to come across as gods to the scattered stone age remnants.

    I moved out in the woods to escape the zombies in the cities when the food runs out. As I told my son, it seems the zombies got here before me. He said,”You’re preachin’ to the choir.” He moved to Alaska for the same reason.

    Now I suspect Big Brother has followed me out here, in the guise of 5G. (And please don’t tell me it can’t be weaponized-our military has already done it.)

    A couple of months ago, I heard chain saws going all day long for 4 or 5 days. Lumber trucks fully loaded started appearing on the main road, not a common sight here as it is in the Northwest.

    More lumber trucks from a different area later on. Then I learned they were logging around a piece of property that I know the owner was trying to interest cell phone companies in because the signal is so bad out here.

    It appears that logging goes hand in hand with 5G.

    Coming soon to a neighborhood near YOU.

    WHEREVER you are!

    • The Left complains about cutting trees until they are told the trees are in the way of them making millions and/or Billions then they change their tone. Man-made global warming is a hoax and they know it.

  3. I first saw on Thikipedia that only 2 US states have set record highs since 2000. Given that we are endlessly told the world ha never been so warm, evah, this is a bit of a surprise.

    In the UK they were absolutely desperate to get a record highest temp evah but failed. Of course, there is no explanation as to why it has been so hot because to explain the appearance of Rossby Waves has changed the jetstream pattern due to solar minimum would be to show the power of the sun. Can’t have that idea out there…..

  4. In northern NV we may not reach 100 deg Fahrenheit for the first summer in a long time. We have been averaging 2-4 deg below average temperatures!

    • Same here. I remember that during the 90’s it was 95 at night, over a 100 during the day. We had no swamp cooler. Just had moved in to a rental house and it was just plain hot.

      Can anyone find historical temps in Paris France, during the 1930’s?

    • We have had well below average temps here in NE Texas for years. We have not seen 100f in at least 3 years. We use to go two or more months over 100f with temp reaching to the 115f range(occasionally). We have barely hit 90f this summer, and it’s been cloudy most days. Garden is pitiful. I have learned to ignore the news reported temps. They are usually inflated by at least 7 degrees over what my thermometers read.

  5. Yep. I’m in Battle Mountain. Cooler than it has been in years. 79F today and cloudy. Typically it would be 100-100F for many days opf July but nothing close to that for most of the month.

    I grew up on a farm near Streaky Bay in South Australia, where temperatures in the shade in December to Late February often fell between 125-130F aT 5 PM. We used to go the beach around 7 pm top get wet and drink sodas and beer+++ (and catch and boil crabs)

    They haven’t had those temperatures in years.

  6. “Somehow, it was hotter then: a black dog suffered on a summer’s day; bony mules hitched to Hoover carts flicked flies in the sweltering shade of the live oaks on the square. Men’s stiff collars wilted by nine in the morning. Ladies bathed before noon, after their three-o’clock naps, and by nightfall were like soft teacakes with frostings of sweat and sweet talcum.”
    (in the fictional “tired old town” of Maycomb, Alabama 1936)

    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Harper Lee

  7. The inquisitors never relented
    Till the palaeo record repented
    Now the medieval’s cooled
    And the LIA’s pwned
    So our century’s “unprecedented”!!

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