About half an hour north of me is Freehold, NJ. Site of one the largest battles of the Revolutionary War, The Battle of Monmouth Courthouse, June 28, 1778. Up until that time it was the largest battle ever fought on the North American Continent and it was the debut of the professionally trained American Continental Army. It was also notable for the extreme heat and humidity, not too unusual for New Jersey summer weather but that day was brutally hot and humid. By noon the temperature was around 100 degrees with very high humidity.’’The heat the day was as the fires of a thousands Hades’’ wrote Washington's aide de camp General John Mercer. More men fell to heat exhaustion then were felled by bullets, sword and cannon fire. This was over one hundred years before the invention of the internal combustion engine and automobiles. What to these egg headed climate change warriors attribute this too, cow farts?
posted on 09/20/2019 3:22:30 PM PDT
("If wisdom is not the Lord, what is wisdom?)
“What to these egg headed climate change warriors attribute this too, cow farts? “. Hello. Heat from the cannons and black powder being fired and all those sweaty soldiers. :-) Have an awesome weekend.
posted on 09/20/2019 3:28:38 PM PDT
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