The SMH (Sydney Morning Herald) says 47°C was the hottest day on Earth and that animals are falling out of trees due to “climate disruption.”
California was 57°C in 1913, 10°C warmer than yesterday’s claimed record. Bourke, New South Wales (AU), was 48°C on this date in 1896.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported animals falling helplessly from the heat on January 14, 1896.
Australia had their worst heatwaves during January 1896.
Bourke had 18 days over 110 degrees that month.
Maximum temperatures at Bourke that month were 49°C.
The standard operating procedure of left-wing journalists is to “simply make things up.” And only a complete moron would believe that cold is now caused by heat.
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