For those living in Hamilton, we were blessed with wonderfully springlike weather, today. I even sent out a few tweets to the usual climate alarmists, praising the great weather we've been having this February, presumably caused by the high standard of living we in the capitalistic West have been fortunate enough to enjoy.
Stoney Creek, Today it was just like spring. If this is global warming, I say bring it on.— Hans Wienhold 🇷🇺 (@Hans_Wienhold) February 15, 2023
Have you ever wondered what the climate scammers NEVER see any positives from a warmer planet? The answer's simple.
They don't GAF about the planet. Their true agenda is global socialism.
(Yeah, I see the typos. Too late to change it now.)
Later, I tuned into Hamilton's Junk News "Leader's" six o'clock edition. Check out this snippet…
"The hottest February the 15 EVER ON RECORD!" exclaims teleprompter reader, Taz Boga.
If I've learned one thing about Junk News effluent, it is to take their claims with a big grain of salt.
Having watched many of climate historian, Tony Heller's expositions of the climate hoax, I knew that the decade of the 1930s was a very hot decade. Mr. Heller has frequently shown how the climate huxters ignore or cover up the heatwaves of the 1930s in order to push their anti-industrial agenda. So, I thought I would double-check Taz Boga's claim.
It didn't take me long to find this page.
Scroll down to the section entitled, "Hamilton Weather by Year."
You will see a table that looks like this:
(as always, click on the image for a larger image.)
Did you see what I saw?
Maybe this will help,
Go ahead, and click on 1929.
Scroll down to February. You will see a table like this:
For some reason, the data for 1938 is "incomplete," but if you jump ahead to 1939, you get a normal table:
Huh? How come there is no data at all from 1930 to 1937, and only partial data for 1938? Isn't that a question worth asking?
I thought I might try something clever, in case the pages are actually there, but someone innocently forgot to include links to the data for 1930 to 1937.
If you look at the URLs for any of the existing pages, they seem to have a standard format. For example, this is what the URL for 1924 looks like:
and this is the one for 1939:
my clever idea consisted of editing the URL, and plugging in any desired year. So, for example, I just change the last two digits in https://www.extremeweatherwatch.com/cities/hamilton/year-1939 to, say, 41. Voilà! I get the page for 1941.
The next step, is to change the last two digits into one of the missing years from 1930 to 1937.
Shit. That didn't work. I got this:
"There is no data for this year."
Maybe this was the same website Taz Boga used when researching her weather report? If so, no one can accuse her of lying. But wouldn't it be nice to get a look at the data for the 1930s?
Doesn't it strike you as the least bit odd, that the data from the hottest decade of the twentieth century isn't available? It does me. But then, I am a known "conspiracy theorist." There must be a perfectly reasonable explanation for why that data isn't there. It's probably similar to why the Ontario government stopped publishing their charts and graphs on COVID-19 back in June 2022. You know, back when the yellow line for COVID-19 infections per 100k, the one showing the infection rate for those who had been boosted approaching DOUBLE the infection rate for the unclean unvaxxed.
My final effort consisted of consulting the WayBackMachine. That effort was also unsuccessful.
In conclusion, due to the lack of data from 1930 to 1837, it is impossible for me to know whether Taz Boga's claim is true or false. If you are one of my two readers, and you know how to find the Hamilton temperature records for the missing period, I would greatly appreciate it if you would contact me with the information.
The question remains. What IF the Hamilton's temperature records for 1930 to 1937 inconveniently contradict Mz. Boga's claim? Could it be that the data for this period was intentionally omitted? Naw. That's just a conspiracy theory.
I will leave you with one of Tony's informative presentations.
(italics - mine)
And she calls me the fraudster!