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Heat wave across the US

Discussion in 'Physical & Life Sciences' started by mukk_in, Jul 20, 2019.

  1. mukk_in

    mukk_in Yankees Fan Supporter

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  2. devin553344

    devin553344 I believe in the Resurrection

    United States
    Apparently it buckles roads too, if you scroll down on this page you can see what it does to roads:Heat Wave Kills 2, Forces Cancellation of NYC Triathlon; Subway Lines Halted | The Weather Channel
  3. driewerf

    driewerf a day at the Zoo

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  4. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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  5. sdowney717

    sdowney717 Newbie

    paris1.PNG london1.PNG Its is really hot in Europe today, they are having a huge heatwave!
    Soon even the roads will catch fire!
    But its not too late to change, their governments can make gas and diesel even more expensive, then the roads wont be needed. Could give them a rest for a few years, think of the savings in road maintenance alone.
    Double the prices should convince people of something, wait, they already did that.
    Living a better life is so overrated...
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2019
  6. andy b

    andy b Newbie Supporter

    United Kingdom
    It's hot in the UK to .....great for drying the washing
  7. sdowney717

    sdowney717 Newbie

    I grew up in the 60's and 70's and we had really hot summer days too back then.
    We also had bad storms and hurricanes and crop failures and droughts.
  8. Herman Hedning

    Herman Hedning Hiking is fun

    Well of course. But are you denying that GLOBAL temperatures are increasing? GlobalAverage_2018.png
  9. sdowney717

    sdowney717 Newbie

  10. Ophiolite

    Ophiolite Recalcitrant Procrastinating Ape

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    That's right, go ahead and ignore the fact that it was climate scientists who identified heat islands. Go ahead and pretend climate scientists are so dumb they don't know how to allow for that. Go ahead and imagine that climate scientists have some sinister motive for - as an entire muti-national, multi-ethnic, multi-religious group - to deliberately lie and manipulate for decades. Go right ahead and, by your mean spirited objections, threaten the welfare of billions. Go right ahead, but do not think for one millisecond that the future will forgive you.
  11. Herman Hedning

    Herman Hedning Hiking is fun

    You do realise that the datasets "they" use are publicly available, right? Here, for instance, is the CRUTEM dataset for your downloading pleasure.

    It contains a file listing all the more than 10000 weather stations providing data and I can tell you with great certainty that not many of them are located in cities.

    Also, thermometers are really not that complicated and ever since Daniel Fahrenheit invented the mercury thermometer in the early 1700s we have been able to measure temperatures to within fractions of a degree.
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
  12. ruthiesea

    ruthiesea Active Member

    There are over 18,000 land and sea weather measuring stations around the world. The are in such places as Guyana, the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the rain forests of South America. Very few appear to be in in the areas of heat islands. Also,there have been scientifically accurate temperature devices going back over 200 years.