India Reaches 123.8 Degrees, So, Total Panic And Doom!

There were many Warmists having complete meltdowns (sic) about this yesterday on Twitter

(USA Today) India sweltered to a scorching 123.8 degrees Thursday, setting a new all-time high that breaks a 60-year-old record, the India Meteorological Department said.

Officials recorded the blistering temperature in Phalodi in Rajasthan state in the northwestern part of the country. It bests a record most recently set in 1956 of 123.1 degrees in the city of Alwar, also in Rajasthan. That temperature was also recorded May 25, 1886 in Pachpadra in the same state.

Wait, they were able to get to that in 1886? Just a short time after the end of the Little Ice Age? When there weren’t fossil fueled vehicles, other than really coal fired trains? How could that be possible?

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One Response to “India Reaches 123.8 Degrees, So, Total Panic And Doom!”

  1. Jeffery says:

    The article didn’t mention global warming. Seems the meltdown was by Teach.

    The article DID contain this:

    A severe heat wave warning is in place for much of India through Saturday. Temperatures in northern India have risen above 104 degrees for weeks, the BBC reported. The weather has killed hundreds of people and destroyed crops in more than 13 states, the Associated Press reported.

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