Oops: Lisa Jackson’s EPA Shows Heat Waves In 1930’s Worse

Remember the 1930’s? CO2 was well below 3500ppm. There weren’t a lot of cars on the road. Air travel was tiny. There were no DVRs, iPhones, tablets, and ice makers in refrigerators. In recent weeks, we’ve had many unhinged Warmists (who refuse to embrace the carbon neutral lifestyle themselves) pontificate over a heat wave. Yet, here’s what Steven Goddard found via a reader on the EPA website

You had a decade of heat waves. This year, it was about 2 weeks of crazy heat. Which didn’t even cover the entire US, which accounts for 1.5% of the worlds’ landmass. While the east side of the country sweltered, the West Coast and Alaska were very cool. As was Mexico. And parts of Canada.

And, if we are talking about “extremely high nighttime temperatures”, that can easily be accounted for by the urban heat island effect (UHI), in which urbanized areas, blacktop, built up land areas, etc, hold heat through the night, heat which otherwise easily dissipates out in the countryside. Yes, his is man caused warming, but it is not global. It is local.

But, Warmists want you to give up your freedom and money to the Federal Government. The funny part is that these same Warmists never seem to realize that globull warming regulations and laws would also apply to themselves.

Crossed at Pirate’s Cove. Follow me on Twitter @WilliamTeach.

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