From July 7-14, 1936 every state reached 90F (32C), forty states reached 100F (38C) and sixteen states reached 110F (43C.) It was the hottest week in US history.
California, South, Dakota, Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, North, Dakota, Iowa, Kentucky, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, West, Virginia, Kansas, Minnesota and Ohio were all over 110F. South Dakota reached 115F and California was over 120F.
Here is the actual story which Attenborough and Netflix do not want the public to see. Rather than tell viewers what the real cause of this scene was, instead Lanfear and her male colleague simply invented their own 'scientific' explanation on the spot and blamed the walrus deaths on "climate change." Not surprisingly, a leading establishment war propagandist, Christiane Amanpour, was drafted in to help promote this highly misleading climate documentary on her program Amanpour & Co.
A documentary, by British television producer Martin Durkin, which argues against the virtually unchallenged consensus that global warming is man-made. A statement from the makers of this film asserts that the scientific theory of anthropogenic global warming could very well be "the biggest scam of modern times."
A lot of people today don't have a web presence outside of social media. If you have something to say and you want it published on a proper platform, i invite you to submit your work for which you will of course be given full credit.
I posted this earlier as part of the News Bytes series, however i think it deserves its own post.
In the following video E. Michael Jones joins Henrik of Red Ice TV to discuss the mental issues of Greta Thunberg and her wacky family and how this dysfunctional bunch of misfits led to her meteoric rise (with the help of a lot of money and powerful people of course).