Why was earths recorded highest temperature recorded In the 1930s?
You're just quoting one of the many 1000-times-debunked myths that are continually spouted by climate change denialists and those who are completely ignorant of the science. It's total bullshit.
There was a brief spike in the United States during 1934, when the average temperature was comparable to the early 2000s as shown in the graph below. However, temperatures rose again from the 1970s and a new record was set in 2012.
The USA comprises only 2% of the world's surface. When looking at the global temperature record, it's clear that temperatures have continued to rise and hit new records. Latest data from the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) shows that the five years from 2011 to 2015 were the warmest on record globally, largely due to human activities, with 2016 likely to be even hotter:
Shouldn't record high temperatures be recorded every year?
Do you seriously expect a new record to be set continuously, year after year, without any sort of noise or background fluctuations?
Please don't ever consider a career in statistical analysis.
That's some nice photoshopping. Why aren't the trees dead from all that water?
Hey everyone, the 2016 Louisiana floods never happened! It was all just photoshopped.