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Thomas Jefferson Was The First Global Warming POTUS November 10, 2013

Posted by edonthewayup in Uncategorized.
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Global warming not a new thing.

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Thomas Jefferson was worried about global warming, until Noah Webster explained to him that he was observing urban heat island effects. Unlike Obama, Jefferson was capable of listening and understanding – and didn’t force his ignorance on everyone else.

“In his 1787 book, Notes on the State of Virginia, Jefferson launched into a discussion of the climate of both his home state and America as a whole. Near the end of a brief chapter addressing wind currents, rain and temperature, he presented a series of tentative conclusions: “A change in our climate…is taking place very sensibly. Both heats and colds are become much more moderate within the memory of the middle-aged. Snows are less frequent and less deep….The elderly inform me the earth used to be covered with snow about three months in every year. The rivers, which then seldom failed to freeze over in the course of the winter…

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