Thursday, June 08, 2023

The Dark Day

 I was watching Jesse Waters on the YouTube and heard him talk about something called the New England Dark Day..  I'll let Wiki tell you about it.

New England's Dark Day occurred on May 19, 1780, when an unusual darkening of the daytime sky was observed over the New England states[1] and parts of eastern Canada.[2] The primary cause of the event is believed to have been a combination of smoke from forest fires,[3] a thick fog, and cloud cover. The darkness was so complete that candles were required from noon on. It did not disperse until the middle of the next night.[4][5]

You will note that this happened before automobiles and at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.  There was no global warming.  It was just smoke from forest fires, and fog.  It's not "unprecedented", because I just showed you a precedent.

You're welcome,


Old NFO said...

But, but... NYC is the 'center' of the universe! They tell you that, constantly, how can you not quail in fear for them... /sarc off

Anonymous said...

The fires burning in Canada are believed to be set by arson.
People need to be shot in the face. Until that happens to enough of them, this will continue.
I mean really, regsrdless of your motive (these climatards are whacky!), burning millions of acres of forrest helps whom, how exactly??! Just senseless... unless you were using it as a fulcrum for some other agenda (then who gives a flying fuck, amiright?) Ahhh, winner winner chicken dinner.