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No, July Wasn’t the Hottest Month Ever, + Japan’s Fukutoku-Okanoba Volcano Erupts to 53,000ft

NOAA and NASA can’t even seem to agree on Earth’s average temperature for July: NOAA is confidently claiming it was the hottest month ever, while NASA has put it in second place — so much for a scientific consensus...?

But those are the conclusions of two politicized governmental bodies, which exist to maintain a narrative.

Below are the actual facts.

Even according to NOAA’s own “Global Land and Ocean” dataset (which, 1) routinely ignores the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect, and 2) simply guesses the temperature in areas lacking thermometer coverage–which is the majority of the planet btw), Earth’s temperature has actually trended cooler over the past 5 years, at a rate of -0.13C per decade:

According to NOAA, this rate of cooling is almost twice their official rate of increase since 1880:

“The global annual temperature has increased at an avg. rate of 0.07C (0.13F) per decade since 1880.”

Additionally, if you take an annual look at the temperature over the past 5 years, it gets even worse for the catastrophists.

The ‘Year-to-Date’ readings (from Jan-July of each year) reveals a global cooling rate of -0.27C per decade–almost 4x that official rate of increase:


Things turn even colder if we focus solely on North America.

Over the past 5 years (again, year-to-date), the North American continent has cooled at -1.88C per decadealmost 27x that rate of increase.


Again, it must be stressed that these readings are from warm-mongers NOAA, an agency with priors when it comes to data-tampering; however, this only makes the case more compelling, as even with NOAA’s ‘tweaks’, and even with the data coming from unreliable and sparsely located surface thermometer stations, the reality is still one of stark GLOBAL COOLING.

I expect there isn’t an alarmist on the planet aware of this fact.

Going up against those NOAA and NASA temperature datasets, we have the UAH.

The UAH uses satellites to measure our planet’s surface, and it is considered impervious to the UHI effect.

Moreover, it is maintained by former NASA scientist Dr. Roy Spencer, who, it’s clear, has no obligation to the AGW narrative, making the dataset is also impervious to tampering — Spencer simply reports the raw numbers, offering little conjecture.

According to these 15x satellites that measure every inch of the lower troposphere (where us human’s reside), Earth’s average temperature in July extended the overall cooling trend witnessed since 2016–at just 0.2C above the baseline:

[UAH]–conveniently for the alarmists, satellite records begin in 1979–the very end of the previous cooling period.

July’s reading may be up from the -0.01C observed in June, but it clearly is nowhere near the hottest month on record.

Also, this latest datapoint is likely just another ‘bump’ on the road to the next cooling epoch — I fully expect the cooling to continue throughout the remainder of 2021, and then to intensify into 2022–particularly given the return of La Niña conditions:

It also stands that if alarmists consider 0.2C above the baseline a cause for climate concern, then, well, we realists have an even harder fight on our hands than I imagined. In this case, alarmists would be sidestepping logic and reality, and you can’t argue fairy-tales with facts. Indoctrination is far too powerful of a tool–it is akin to brainwashing.

In the real world, however –where my feet are firmly rooted– Earth’s overall temperature has averaged-out around baseline in 2021 (thus far), with March, April and June all coming out below the multidecadal average.

These are indeed the facts, yet this is the agenda-driving claptrap we have to contend with:


The ruse is clearer than ever.

Reject it.

Also, be sure to appose the coming ‘climate lockdowns’, too:

Japan’s Fukutoku-Okanoba Volcano Explodes to 53,000ft

The renewed explosive activity at Japan’s submarine Fukutoku-Okanoba volcano stepped-up another notch over the weekend.

The volcano produced a powerful underwater explosion which, according to flight observation’s made by the Japanese Coast Guard, fired white steam and a spectacular plume up to an estimated 16km (53,000ft).

The ejection spread out into an umbrella cloud as it reached the stratospheric boundary

Umbrella cloud from Fukutoku-Okanoba volcano as seen from plane (image: @yoshikin2289/twitter).

The Coast Guard stated that “the eruption was so large that it could not be observed in close proximity,” and it called for caution for those vessels and aircraft navigating nearby.

The Himawari-8 satellite soon confirmed that a high-level stratospheric eruption had indeed occurred at the submarine volcano — GIF animation from the satellite revealed the extent of the Fukutoku-Okanoba blast, and also confirmed the altitude:

Volcanic lightening was also associated with the explosion:

The blast was so powerful that it formed a new island approximate 1km in diameter:

Philippine Airlines continue to cancel flights to Japan due to the high-level eruption.

Moreover, particulates ejected above 10km (and so into the stratosphere) shade sunlight and reduce terrestrial temperatures.

Earth’s temperature is already dropping in line with the intensifying Grand Solar Minimum — an uptick in volcanism is the last thing we need, but this too is a symptom of reduced solar activity.

Seismic and Volcanic activity has been correlated to changes in the sun.

The recent global uptick in earthquakes and volcanic eruptions is likely attributed to the drop-off in solar activity; coronal holes; a waning magnetosphere; and the increase in Cosmic Rays penetrating silica-rich magma.

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.

Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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19 Thoughts to “No, July Wasn’t the Hottest Month Ever, + Japan’s Fukutoku-Okanoba Volcano Erupts to 53,000ft”

  1. Dallas Schneider

    2008-9 Two 30+ Days of No Sunspots Periods
    2010 12 Jan Major Haiti Earthquake
    2010 21 Jan 1,000,000 Fish Froze to death in Florida Everglades

    2019-20 Three 30+ Days of No Sunspots Periods (the data since has been changed wiping it out with a new website by the reporting agency)
    2021 14 Feb Texas Deep Freeze 200 people dead
    2021 14 Aug Haiti Quake leaves 1300 dead

    2021 Aug Major Earthquakes above 7.0 occur towards
    North Pole (Alaska), South Pole (Sandwich Islands) and on opposite sides of the planet at Philipines and Haiti, shaking the planet like one shakes a two litre bottle of coca-cola setting it up for the 53,000 foot volcano.
    I made this comment the night before the volcano blew, even mentioning 50,000 feet on an Oppenheimer Ranch/Magnetic Reversal News video.
    Then BOOM!
    2021 15 Aug Fukutoku-Okanoba volcano erupts in Japan 53,000 feet!

  2. RAFO

    As we all know (or we should by now) the 3 and 4 letter designated federal agencies have been corrupted and nothing can be believed coming out of any of them. LIES is the order of the day.

    Global warming changed to “Climate Change” when that narrative fell through, but they’re still riding the “warming” horse. I guess when they’re freezing in six feet of ice and snow they’ll still be insisting the planet is burning up… incredible. It fits the political agenda.

  3. Ed Taster

    Either I need new eyeglasses or the UAH is showing an increase of 0.15 degrees C per decade.

  4. P. J. Flanders

    Some of these charts are confusing, but it seems that although temperatures are constantly going up and down, it’s the overall trend that matters. But that can also be deceptive. However, the longer the time period, the more accurate the picture that forms.

    So I gather that the authorities are presenting only short periods of time on their charts, choosing time periods that match what they would like us to believe.

    And so, all is not as it appears to be.

  5. Jack


    Connect the dots. Just before I found this new post, I commented on your previous post, suggesting that you look very closely at the timeline.

    Specifically, I mentioned 2017, because of this cooling trend.

    I was already familiar with this fact about when the trend reversed. I don’t remember the source. Maybe it was one of your previous articles.

    As I noted in my first comment to you (IPCC), summer 2017 was when I started building up the natural growth in a grid of over two square miles.

    It fits. Follow the water.

    1. P. J. Flanders

      Since you seem to be very interested in water, I would like to recommend this video to you.
      It’s on a channel that is fairly new, which you can see by the low number of views and comments. I usually am particular to read all the comments-I think you can learn as much that way as by viewing the video.
      These videos are well done and strike to the heart of the matter. I plan to do my part in spreading them around.

      1. Jack


        Thanks for the video recommendation. I watched it. I don’t get it.

        The producer of the video starts with the conclusion that floods happen. Can’t argue with that.

        The bulk of the video compares historic floods to carbon dioxide levels. I don’t give a hoot about carbon dioxide levels. Carbon dioxide is plant food, which is at the root of the food chain. Carbon dioxide is yummy for my tummy.

        There was a lot of MSM bashing. Yawn!

        Why are so many people living in flood plains? That is a great question! My neighbor and I have noted it more than once this week that it’s really dumb. If you build a house, business or school along the Mississippi, you better know how to swim or buy a boat, and when you lose everything don’t come crying to me.

        Hey, did I ever mention that my maternal grandmother’s immediate family lived on the Hudson River? Stupid people!

        Now, where was I?

        What the producer doesn’t do even once is identify what caused any particular flood? Did an elephant in Africa poop on the wrong rock and cause a catastrophic flood in Brazil? Okay, then, let’s put a royal guard in front of that rock today and prevent it from happening again last summer. I’m being silly.

        For a flood to occur, the conditions must be right. There needs to be a bunch of water in the sky. I believe there needs to be a shipload of energy there, too, because without that energy the air will be saturated and the water will fall out of the sky long before it reaches flood stage.

        Urban heat island, anyone? I have commented on that here at electroverse, too.

        A flood does have certain benefits. A flood might be necessary to restore the balance, but if it’s already in balance then we can put away the scale and go have a beer and celebrate something or other.

        Now, I have identified a very large problem that is roughly 800 feet away from my present location and putting a large quantity of heat where I’m quite certain it doesn’t belong, because it’s one variabke that I just connected to floods.

        I don’t care about it for any other reason. I don’t care that it is causing part of my property to collapse, because I see that collapse as a good thing. The part of the ridge that is collapsing due to that idiot’s drainage problem is a vertical cliff. There isn’t a lot of runoff from there, because the natural growth on the upper decks is very thick. However, the collapse of that part of the ridge will bring down some very big rocks that are very big safety risks. The collapse will bring down the boulders and make them obstacles to any runoff that wants to rumble. I think the boulder will win that there fight. Less runoff means more water in the ground when the ground needs it. Slower runoff leads to more sedimentation, which will build out a hill, which will provide more room for more vegetation to grow, which will provide more food and more habitat for wildlife. These are all good things. I like it. And I don’t need a backhoe to do it, because the idiot did it for me.

        Can you see how I’m thinking?

        Maybe we should let nature run its course. That gravel is gradually being buried in mud. That ugly house is gradually collapsing. It won’t be a heat island or an eyesore for long.

        And I don’t like people anyway. Let’s let them all die. There are too many people anyway. There will be fewer idiots in the world. Right? Right!

        Wait. Huh?

        Why are we here again?

        You make me laugh. You’re alright in my book.

        1. P. J. Flanders

          Yes, I see how you are thinking. No problem there. A person needs a laugh now and again, especially with all that seems to be going on in the world. If that’s the case, you know where to find me. I’m sorry you didn’t find the video on flooding more useful. I thought it was right up your alley. Perhaps another viewing at a later date? Cheers.

  6. Jack

    > All is not as it appears to be.

    The world isn’t real, but the contract obligates us to pretend that it is.

    Until we discover what IS real, we flail about, grasping at this thing or that thing, because we give the world our attention.

    Is this world any different than the world in a dream?

    No, it is not.

    I’ll step off the advaita soapbox now. ha ha

    1. Jethro Bodine

      Jack sounds a lot like Wilma Brimstone “maskerading” as a boy methinks.

      1. P. J. Flanders

        Jack sounds like a man who didn’t get much sleep last night, haha.

  7. Gavin Shaw

    Sen. Bernie Sanders D-VT: “ July was the hottest month EVER in the history of the planet!” 👀

  8. Matt Dalby

    It’s true that on a global basis July is generally the hottest month of the year. This is due to the fact that there is far more land in the Northern Hemisphere than the South, and land heats up and cools down much more than the oceans, so the hottest month will be in the Northern Summer. Therefore a temperature anomaly of +0.2 in July will mean roughly the same absolute temperature as an anomaly of +0.7 in January. Having said that the UAH data set shows that July 2020 was 0.1 degrees warmer than this July, so the claim that last month was the warmest on record is instantly proven to be wrong.
    I first heard this story on Channel 4 news (in the U.K.) who are constantly competing with the BBC to be the most alarmist media outlet. They quoted the data as coming from the centre for environmental research and information, which sounds like a pressure group and certainly isn’t one of the recognised global temperature data sets. This just goes to show that the MSM will leap on any alarmist propaganda without investigating it’s source or credibility.

  9. Big Ooops

    Big ooops… VEI = km3 volume not km in height – yikes – just a brain/volcanic fart

    1. Ed [Mr]

      … or what can happen when 100 km3 (cubic kilometres) heads north
      Ilopango eruption 536 DARK AGE VOLCANO | Documentary – YouTube

  10. Andrew Tupper

    Oh dear. You can’t be selective about quoting science agencies – you can’t on the one hand quote them to try and maintain your own narrative whilst accusing them of running their own false narrative. Here’s an alternative approach – assume that they’re right and that they know what they’re talking about, and then develop your own understanding of the physics until you’re on the same page. Then publish original research once you can add insights, so that your thinking can be tested by the scientific community.

    Regarding the eruption – firstly, it’s too small to have any real impact. 16 km is an eruption to about the height of the tropopause in a sub-tropical summer atmosphere. 10 km is a winter tropopause height and irrelevant. Whilst this eruption would have put some material into the stratosphere, it wouldn’t have been much. Secondly, volcanic activity is more or less constant over time and these moderate sized eruptions average out. A very large eruption (Pinatubo upwards) would have a short term impact, and an enormous eruption (Tambora) a larger impact, but all they would do would be to mask global warming for a short time.

    Lastly, solar activity is well accounted for in the IPCC reports. Solar activity is not the problem – the problem is changing atmospheric composition caused by human activity. Nobody’s trying to con you about this other than the big fossil fuel companies and Rupert Murdoch.

  11. Dany l. Newton

    I recently watched a youtube video concerning one of the attacks on Vienna by the Ottoman Empire. Apparently there were two. The oldest was in 1529 which is right in the middle of the Maunder Minimum. The Youtube version of why the Turks lost included extreme wet weather that prevented them from bringing their heaviest cannons and a “surprise October snowstorm.”

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