DEATH VALLEY—THE HOTTEST KNOWN REGION. The temperature of 134° F. recorded on July 10, 1913 is believed by meteorologists to be the highest natural air temperature ever recorded with a tested standard thermometer exposed in the shade under approved conditions.

https://journals.ametsoc.org/view/journals/mwre/50/1/1520-0493_1922_50_10_dvhkr_2_0_co_2.xml SYNOPSIS Ten years of record obtained at the United States Weather Bureau’s substation at Greenland Ranch, in Death Valley. […]

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HEAT BLAMED FOR CRIMES 24 Jul 1956. Police yesterday blamed a heatwave and violent summer storms as being “largely responsible” for a crime-wave

HEAT Blamed FOR CRIMES (1956, July 24). The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995), p. 6. Retrieved August 16, […]

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FIRST MEN AT THE SOUTH POLE. 01 Mar. 1956 Areas free of snow and ice. Volcanoes.

1956 ‘FIRST MEN AT THE SOUTH POLE’, The Beverley Times (WA : 1905 – 1977), 1 March, p. 8. (Supplement […]

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POLAR ICE THAW INCREASING GLACIERS SAID TO BE MELTING 18 Feb 1952. The glaciers of Norway and Alaska are only half the size they were 50 years ago.

POLAR ICE THAW INCREASING (1952, February 18). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 – 1954), p. 1. Retrieved August 13, 2022, […]

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Outsiders Weather and Ice Age Watch: ‘The Sun runs on 11-year cycles’

Sky News host Rowan Dean says “we have in fact experienced an unusually cold winter” despite the Bureau of Meteorology […]

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Claims carbon dioxide is destroying the planet are ‘antiscientific’

Geologist Ian Plimer says claims by climate alarmists that carbon dioxide is destroying the planet are “antiscientific” and “hypocritical”, arguing […]

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