The only thing these scientists are concerned is their next government check.
By Paul Homewood
As extreme summer heat has been a bit of a topic recently, let’s have a look at this report from the UCS that Steve Goddard highlighted a few days ago. Although the report was published in 2012, conveniently in the middle of the hot summer that year, it still has much relevance to some of the other things we have been discussing.
This is what the UCS said:
Rising temperatures are not just a concern for the future. Dangerously hot weather is already occurring more frequently in the Midwest than it did 60 years ago.
The report, Heat in the Heartland: 60 Years of Warming in the Midwest, presents an original analysis of weather data for five major urban areas — Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Minneapolis, and St. Louis — as well as five smaller nearby cities.
The results from the analysis are clear: Hot summer weather…
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