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Msg  11275 of 57787  at  5/21/2013 11:15:10 PM  by

amstocks82

The following message was updated on 5/21/2013 11:22:56 PM.

1970s Global Cooling Scare ...

One of the questions about the 1970s was just how common was the view that a new ice age is pending? This is a good question because many scientists later distanced themselves from such remarks saying that they were not representative of their own view, were overblown and etc. However, we know that many of the alarmist scientists such as James Hansen are highly motivated environmentalists who believe that modern human civilization should end. Blowing up damns or taking other actions that result in a drastic drop in population to a number that Hansen and others think is safe are all things that James Hansen is fine with. Therefore, such a person's statement about the 1970s ice age scare can't be trusted except that he will do whatever he can to push his anti-man environmentalist agenda.
 
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The 1970s Ice Age Scare

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NCAR graph - newsweek_coolingworld

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National Academy Of Sciences graph –  Science News

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The Milwaukee Sentinel – Google News Archive Search

Almost every major climate organization endorsed the 1970s ice age scare, including NCAR, CRU, NAS, NASA – as did the CIA.

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The Windsor Star – Google News Archive Search

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The Deseret News – Google News Archive Search

In the last decade, the Arctic ice and snow cap has expanded 12 per cent, and for the first time in this century. ships making for Iceland ports have been impeded by drifting ice.

Chicago Tribune Mar 2, 1975

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CIA Report 1974

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http://www.wmconnolley.org.uk/sci/iceage/ny-times-1975-01-19.pdf

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http://denisdutton.com/newsweek_coolingworld.pdf

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http://www.wmconnolley.org.uk/sci/iceage/ny-times-1975-05-21.pdf

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http://www.amazon.com/Cooling-Has-Next-Already-Begun/dp/013172312X

Monday, Jan. 31, 1977
WEATHER: The Big Freeze
Why had the rain turned white? Startled millionaires wintering in their baronial mansions in West Palm Beach, Fla., peered closer last week at the miracle that was falling from the skies and discovered—could it be?—yes, the substance was snow, the first ever reported there. Since mid-November, pedestrians in Dallas, unaccustomed to such hazards, have been slipping on sleet-slicked sidewalks. Meanwhile, a series of blizzards has smothered Buffalo this winter with an astonishing 126.6 in. of snow.

From the Dakotas and Minnesota, across the icy Great Lakes of the Middle West and down…

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Science News

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http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2013/05/21/the-1970s-ice-age-scare/ 


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