Below: The Friday, July 5th, 1901 edition of the Sydney Morning Herald. Now, this is a report in 1901, 122 years ago. It shows that weather hasn't changed much on the long-term scale.
Plus, 97F in Dallas is NOT an anomalous heatwave that guarantees the end of the world, either. The historical monthly average in July for Dallas is 97F. And concerning Dallas in July, it's easy to see why its NFL franchise chose to hold its yearly summer camp in Oxnard California. When I was in Oxnard, one late July week, I had to turn on the motel heater in the morning, because it was chilly there during the a.m. hours in July.
Now, you know that North Africa, Arabia, the majority of India, parts of China, Arizona, Texas, Rome, Granada, Seville, Madrid, and even Wichita Kansas will be hot every summer. In fact, the historical monthly average for Wichita in July is 93F. None the less, it's the departure from average temperatures is what counts, along with the number of cities enduring heat anomalies simultaneously ... as well as the frequency, in terms of years. It's a broad scale equation; not a narrowed one of strategically selected cities that absorb asphalt from every angle, causing the Urban Heat Island Effect. In as much, there are instances of surface temperature rise that have nothing to do with co2. It has to do with asphalt.
For now, there are people who need to see that there was NOT a widespread occurrence of record high temperature "anomalies" in July of 2023. So, take a look at the following photocopies of official temperature reports throughout the world. You will easily see that the claim of July 4, 2023 being the warmest day in 125,000 years is the next phase of lying propaganda from talentless writers, talentless UN reps, and talentless activists, as well as talentless thinkers.
You say that this was the hottest month ever? Prove it. The Years 1936, 1934, 1931, 1922, 1921, 1913, 1911, 1910, 1906, 1901, 1895, 1878, and 1870 were hotter. Then comes the matter of the Medieval Warm Period, the Roman Warm Period, and the Minoan Warm Period.
Note: Cities which do NOT have well established long-term monthly average temperatures will not be used here.
 Let's begin with Mexico and its capital city. The common citizen assumes that all of Mexico is blazing with heat every summer. This is especially the case, being that the UN Gen-Sec claims that we are now in the phase of "global boiling." Therefore, if July 2023 is the hottest time in the past 125,000 years, then the summer would be much hotter, and there would be a few 90F temps charted below, along with a couple 100F temps. The hottest July 2023 day in Mexico City was 82F. Well, take a look at the Mexico City temperatures for July 2023. Oh, and by the way, the average July high temperature for "hot-hot" Mexico City is . . . 74 Fahrenheit ... which happens to be 23.33 Celsius. No end-of-the-world heat to be found. No Global Boiling here, folks. Time to move-on.
 Let's return to India, to a historic section of it. Once upon a time, there was the Maratha Empire. It's capital is found in the present-day Raigad District. Now, India is reputed to get really hot in the summer. Now, Raigad's historical monthly average high for July is 86F. Throughout all of July 2023, Raigad did NOT have a day over the average July temperature. No Global Boiling here.