US Climate Getting Less Extreme

Even the ultra-alarmist EPA’s data shows the 1930’s was the hottest decade with the most exteme heatwaves on record.

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Extreme temperatures over 100F or below 0F are both on the decline in the US

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In 1936, more than 8% of temperature readings were either over 100F or below 0F, Recent years have been closer to 3%

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There Are No Qualified Atmospheric Scientists In Texas

Another classic brilliant climate alarmist exposing post.
How many more dud-predictions are needed before their funding gets cut?

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Four years ago Andrew Dessler wrote that Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of the century, and that no qualified Texas scientists would disagree with him

Texas is vulnerable to warming climate
July 10, 2011

The weather of the 21st century will be very much like the hot and dry weather of 2011. Giving extra credibility to this forecast is the fact that the weather extremes that we are presently experiencing were predicted in the first edition in 1995.

There are few qualified atmospheric scientists who would argue with the assessment in the book. And there are none in Texas. Attempts over the last few years to stage a debate in Texas about the science of climate change have required flying a skeptic in from out of state.

Texas is vulnerable to warming climate – Houston Chronicle

Four years later, Texas is…

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