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July 2019 Hottest Month in Human History on Earth

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posted on Sep, 17 2019 @ 05:21 PM
Honest question:

The Earth is actually closer to the sun in January than in July, so why isn't summer in the southern hemisphere, which is December - February, hotter than summer in the northern hemisphere? If global warming is truly global in nature, wouldn't the southern hemisphere's summer be hotter every year than summer in the north?

posted on Sep, 17 2019 @ 06:51 PM
thus human activities (global chemtrailing, paving, clearing, fueling, warring, weather mod)

apparently make aphelial summers even hotter than perihelial summers wherever!

posted on Sep, 17 2019 @ 06:57 PM
a reply to: DISRAELI
not your exact year but i guess egypt had a 200 year long drought

Weather in Ancient Egypt There was a severe 200-year drought in North and East Africa around 2200 B.C. Hieroglyphics record that the annual Nile flood failed for 50 about years and many people died of famine. The disaster may have produced the collapse of the Old Kingdom and caused the period of chaos that followed. The power of the Pharaohs was based in part on their ability to predict the annual flooding of the Nile. Beatrix Midant-Reynes wrote: “Between 8500 and 5000 B.C. monsoon rains reached the northern Sahara, supporting the growth of savanna. As a consequence of annual precipitation of up to 100 mm, the area supported hunter-gatherer groups capable of covering vast distances. They brought with them ceramic technology and possibly domesticated cattle (for the question of the domestication of the Bos in Africa, see Marshall and Hildebrand 2002). Although we can only speculate on the relationships between the eastern Sahara and the Nile Valley during this time due to the lack of data from the Valley itself, it is clear that the region we currently identify as “desert” was not the large area of hyperaridity that exists today, nor was it a barrier between the Saharan nomadic populations and the inhabitants of the Valley. On the contrary, the two groups shared the hunter-gatherer way of life. [Source: Beatrix Midant-Reynes, Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, 2014, ] “In the sixth millennium B.C. the landscape changed. The gradually increasing seasonality of rains and the increasing rate of evaporation during the hot seasons rendered pools and lakes temporary, necessitating that people be highly mobile on the one hand and agglomerate in permanent water areas (e.g., oases and the Nile Valley) on the other (Riemer 2007): thus they adopted a radical new way of life based on livestock breeding."
and the article talks about how shoes and book bindings would fall apart and thermometers not being able to measure the true heat in more modern times

posted on Sep, 17 2019 @ 07:14 PM
So, hottest month recorded? How many of the 4 billion years or so have we been recording temperatures?

In other news, I can confirm that 1215pm yesterday was the hottest minute ever recorded yesterday.

edit on 17/9/2019 by UKTruth because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 18 2019 @ 11:49 AM
a reply to: letni

I will put my money on volcanoes

Cosmic rays and Volcanoes

Giant Lava Raft Drifting Toward Australia

posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 04:22 PM
interesting, volcanos, radiation, weather warfare, harp, what else?

cause how can july 2019 be the hottest in recorded history on all of earth when:

we're in deep solar MINIMUM

during July is when earth is FARTHEST from sun! (aphelion)

shouldnt summer in the southern hemisphere (during Decemberish) be the hottest on earth since that's during perihelion?

everythings inverted by andropogenics; devil in the de tails!

posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 04:35 PM
I don't know but this September was one of the 10 warmest Septembers we've had in this area, and looking at the other 9, the most recent was in the 1950s. You'd think if Global Warming were the problem we are led to believe there would be some more recent Septembers on that list than the 1950s, 1930s (lots of them), and the 1910s.

posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 04:42 PM
a reply to: Subsonic

If global warming is truly global in nature, wouldn't the southern hemisphere's summer be hotter every year than summer in the north?
The dynamics in the southern hemisphere are somewhat different. Mostly because there is a lot more ocean in the southern hemisphere. The ocean helps to slow the heating down.

There is year to year variation in both hemispheres, but the trend for both is up. Here's August, another warm one, split up by hemisphere.

Here's where we stand for the year so far.

edit on 9/30/2019 by Phage because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 30 2019 @ 04:43 PM
makes me wonder in addition to haaarp death rays 5g etc how much E the 15+ Large Hadron Colliders on Mainland USA and the 100s across the globe use and their effects on the planet!

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