Is it HOT enough for you?

Is it HOT enough for you?

“A LIE GETS HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD BEFORE THE
TRUTH HAS A CHANCE TO GET ITS PANTS ON.”
Winston Churchill

There are fishermen, politicians, three year olds, but the biggest liars are the worshipers of the Earth who will cancel you if you deny Global Warming. Or now as the words have been changed, ‘Climate Change’.
I can hear the howls of all those who are incensed that I would have the audacity to oppose the narrative of those who want the ‘New World Order’ to come about. No kidding, the latest meeting of the leading elitists of the world were discussing how they will run the world.
Let me point out something, it is August. It is hot and dry. We are in a drought. This is normal. It is always hot in the summer. But this is the best time for all of those who have been indoctrinated into the narrative that a handful of people decided to do.
Thank God for some summer in Alaska, now the military are actually going to try and bring home the men that crashed on a glacier in 1953. There is only one month of the year that this is possible, August. The rest of the year is too snowy and windy on Mount Silverthorn.
Do you cringe every time the weatherman tells you the temperatures each night? It has been worse. We are not in the throes of the last years on earth before it burns up, at least by anything man has to do with it.
What is the record hot temperature for Kansas? 121 degrees. Do you think that was recent? The record high temperature of 121 degrees was set at Fredonia and Alton on July 18 & 24th respectively, in 1936. Yep, 1936 was a hot year. Of the climatological data kept by Kansas State University of the record high temperatures recorded in 19 cities in Kansas, nine of the record highs were set in 1936. 1954 was the next most frequent. The 1980’s come in next.
The western half of Kansas has always been dry. The norm is drier than wet years. You would think that the records on rain would have been worse in the 1930’s; after all it was the dust bowl. But the 1950’s have more records than any other year. 1973 was a dry time also.
It is funny, but I am not laughing, that we have the cleanest air and water since the 1970’s. Remember Acid rain was going to kill all the trees? Well we have bureaucrats doing that now for us. When the government realized that we loved the forests to death it was decided that control burns were just the ticket. Never mind a healthy logging industry and grazing public lands. The problem is that the professionals that actually knew forest management are gone and the generations educated by Friends of the Earth have put their people into management governmental jobs.
The result: we are burning off all the trees that we loved. The first hint that the wrong people were determining when to use control burns was back when the Los Alamos Fire almost wiped out the nuclear lab facility, twenty years ago. The forest manager decided it was a good time to conduct long overdue burns. The problem was that the conditions were not right for controlling the controlled burn. Has the government learned anything yet? Nope!
The Gallinas-Las Dispensas Prescribed Burn fire was set with the best of intentions. The largest fire in New Mexico History burning over 5000 square miles estimated over 200,000 acres. The equation that was used by the planners did not take into the account that there has to be enough underlying moisture to make a burn like this effective and safe. And what did the 82 page ‘official’ report start out blaming? “The formula did not take into account climate change and its effects on the fire.”
Climate Change (Balderdash), you don’t start fires in a drought! New Mexico has a dry climate and we are in the weather pattern that any meteorologist worth his salt would say YOU DON’T START FIRES IN THIS KIND OF WEATHER!
Out here on the plains we are learning hard lessons about not controlling cedar trees. Anderson Creek and the Starbuck fires were the result of the perfect storm of dry wind. Throw in uncontrolled cedars. Oklahoma is still having a lot of major fires because of dry conditions and too many cedar trees. You just don’t see it much on television because the news has moved on. Throw in a few millionaires’ homes and Hollywood homes burning up and they will be back.
Next time someone asks if it is hot enough for you? Just answer, it has been worse!

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