History Of Science LIES about Climate: 125 Years Of Lies!


121 Year of Failed Climate predictions and Environmental Predictions


Global Warming or Cooling?


121 years of Failed Climate and Environmental Predictions


Is our climate changing? The
succession of temperate summers and open winters through several years,
culminating last winter in the almost total failure of the ice crop throughout
the valley of the
Hudson,
makes the question pertinent. The older inhabitants tell us that the Winters
are not as cold now as when they were young, and we have all observed a marked
diminution of the average cold even in this last decade.
– New York Times
June 23, 1890


The question is again being discussed whether recent
and long-continued observations do not point to the advent of a second glacial
period, when the countries now basking in the fostering warmth of a tropical
sun will ultimately give way to the perennial frost and snow of the polar
regions – New York Times – February 24, 1895,


The Oceanographic observations have, however, been
even more interesting. Ice conditions were exceptional. In fact, so little
ice has never been noted. The expedition all but established a
record�.Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society – January 1905


�Fifth ice age
is on the way�..Human race will have to fight for its existence against
cold.� – Los Angles Times

October 23,
1912


The Arctic ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing
scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot…. Reports
from fishermen, seal hunters and explorers, he declared, all point to a radical
change in climate conditions and hitherto unheard-of temperatures in the
Arctic zone… Great masses of ice have been replaced by moraines of earth
and stones, the report continued, while at many points well known glaciers
have entirely disappeared. Very few seals and no white fish are found in
the eastern Arctic, while vast shoals of herring and smelts, which have never
before ventured so far north, are being encountered in the old seal fishing
grounds.
– Washington Post 11/2/1922


Scientist says
Arctic ice will wipe out Canada, Professor Gregory of
Yale
University stated that �another
world ice-epoch is due.� He was the American representative to the Pan-Pacific
Science Congress and warned that
North
America

would disappear as far south as the
Great
Lakes
, and huge parts of
Asia and
Europe would be �wiped out.� – Chicago Tribune

August 9, 1923


The discoveries of changes
in the sun’s heat and southward advance of glaciers in recent years have
given rise to the conjectures of the possible advent of a new ice age –
Time Magazine 9/10/1923


America in longest warm spell
since 1776; temperature line records a 25 year rise
New York Times
3/27/1933


�Gaffers who claim that winters were harder when
they were boys are quite right�weather men have no doubt that the world at
least for the time being is growing warmer.� – Time Magazine

Jan. 2 1939


A mysterious warming of the climate is slowly manifesting
itself in the Arctic, engendering a “serious international problem,” – New
York Times – May 30, 1947


Greenland’s polar climate has moderated so consistently
that communities of hunters have evolved into fishing villages. Sea mammals,
vanishing from the west coast, have been replaced by codfish and other fish
species in the area’s southern waters. –
August
29, 1954


After a week of discussions
on the causes of climate change, an assembly of specialists from several
continents seems to have reached unanimous agreement on only one
point:
it is getting colder. –
New York Times – January 30,
1961


Like an outrigger canoe riding before a huge comber,
the earth with its inhabitants is caught on the
downslope of an immense climatic wave that is plunging
us toward another Ice Age. – Los Angeles Times

December 23, 1962


*********************


Col. Bernt
Balchen, polar explorer and flier, is circulating
a paper among polar specialists proposing that the Arctic pack ice is thinning
and that the ocean at the North Pole may become an open sea within a decade
or two. – New York Times –
February
20, 1969


The United States and the Soviet Union are mounting
large-scale investigations to determine why the Arctic climate is becoming
more frigid, why parts of the Arctic sea ice have recently become ominously
thicker and whether the extent of that ice cover contributes to the onset
of ice ages. – New York Times –
July 18, 1970


*************


The battle to feed humanity
is over. In the 1970s, the world will undergo famines. Hundreds of millions
of people are going to starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked
upon now. — Paul Ehrlich – The Population Bomb (1968)


It is now pretty clearly agreed that the CO2 content
[in the atmosphere] will rise 25% by 2000. This could increase the average
temperature near the earth�s surface by 7 degrees Fahrenheit. This in turn
could raise the level of the sea by 10 feet. Goodbye New York. Goodbye
Washington, for that matter.- – Presidential advisor Daniel Moynihan
1969


By 1985, air pollution will have reduced the amount
of sunlight reaching earth by one half…” Life magazine, January 1970.


Get a good grip on your long johns, cold weather
haters–the worst may be yet to come. That’s the long-long-range weather
forecast being given out by “climatologists.” the people who study very long-term
world weather trends�.
Washington Post January 11,
1970


Because of increased dust, cloud cover and water vapor
“…the planet will cool, the water vapor will fall and freeze, and a new
Ice Age will be born,” Newsweek magazine, January 26, 1970.


In ten years all important
animal life in the sea will be extinct. Large areas of coastline will have
to be evacuated because of the stench of dead fish. — Paul Ehrlich, Earth
Day (1970)


“Civilization will end within
15 or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind.
We are in an environmental crisis which threatens the survival of this nation,
and of the world as a suitable place of human habitation,” – Barry Commoner
Washington University Earth Day 1970


“(By 1995) somewhere between 75 and 85 percent of all
the species of living animals will be extinct.” Sen. Gaylord Nelson, quoting
Dr. S. Dillon Ripley, Look magazine, April 1970.


�By the year 2000…the entire world, with the exception
of Western Europe, North America and Australia, will be in famine,� Peter
Gunter, North Texas State University, The Living Wilderness, Spring
1970.


Convection in the Antarctic Ice
Sheet Leading to a Surge of the Ice Sheet and Possibly to a New Ice
Age.
– Science 1970


�In the next 50 years fine dust
that humans discharge into the atmosphere by burning fossil fuel will screen
out so much of the sun’s rays that the Earth’s average temperature could
fall by six degrees. Sustained emissions over five to 10
years, could be sufficient to trigger an ice age.”

Washington Post
 

July 9, 1971


“By the year 2000 the United Kingdom will be simply
a small group of impoverished islands, inhabited by some 70 million hungry
people … If I were a gambler, I would take even money that England will
not exist in the year 2000.” Paul Ehrlich 1971


New Ice Age Coming—It’s Already Getting Colder.
Some midsummer day, perhaps not too far in the future, a hard, killing frost
will sweep down on the wheat fields of
Saskatchewan, the Dakotas and the Russian steppes�..Los Angles Times
Oct 24, 1971


Arctic specialist Bernt Balchen says a general warming
trend over the North Pole is melting the polar ice cap and may produce an
ice-free Arctic Ocean by the year 2000. – Los Angles Times – May 16,
1972


“There is very important climatic
change (Global Cooling) going on right now, and it�s not merely something
of academic interest. It is something that, if it continues, will affect
the whole human occupation of the earth – like a billion people starving.
The effects are already showing up in a rather drastic way.� – Fortune
Magazine February 1974


Climatological
Cassandras are becoming increasingly apprehensive,
for the weather aberrations they are studying may be the harbinger of another
ice age� – Time Magazine
June 24,
1974


A number of
climatologists, whose job it is to keep an eye on long-term weather changes,
have lately been predicting deterioration of the benign climate to which
we have grown accustomed�.Various climatologists issued a statement that
�the facts of the present climate change are such that the most optimistic
experts would assign near certainty to major crop failure in a decade,� If
policy makers do not account for this oncoming doom, �mass deaths by starvation
and probably in anarchy and violence� will result. New York Times –
December 29, 1974


Regardless of
long term trends, such as the return of an Ice Age, unsettled weather conditions
now appear more likely than those of the abnormally favorable period which
ended in 1972. –
Bulletin of the American Meteorological
Society


October 10, 1975


A RECENT flurry
of papers has provided further evidence for the belief that the Earth is
cooling. There now seems little doubt that changes over the past few years
are more than a minor statistical fluctuation – Nature –
March 6, 1975


Scientists, these seemingly
disparate incidents represent the advance signs of fundamental changes in
the world�s weather. The central fact is that after three quarters of a century
of extraordinarily mild conditions, the earth�s climate seems to be cooling
down. Meteorologists disagree about the cause and extent of the cooling trend,
as well as over its specific impact on local weather conditions. But they
are almost unanimous in the view that the trend will reduce agricultural
productivity for the rest of the century. – The Cooling World Newsweek,
April 28, 1975


�Scientist ponder why World�s Climate is changing;
a major cooling is considered to be inevitable –
New
York
Times
May 21, 1975


This cooling has already killed
hundreds of thousands of people. If it continues and no strong action is
taken, it will cause world famine, world chaos and world war, and this could
all come about before the year 2000. — Lowell Ponte “The Cooling”,
1976


An international team of
specialists has concluded from eight indexes of climate that there is no
end in sight to the cooling trend of the last 30 years, at least in the Northern
Hemisphere. – New York Times – January 5, 1978


One of the questions that
nags at climatologists asks when and how fast a
new ice age might descend. A Belgian scientist suggests this could happen
sooner and swifter than you might think. – Christian Science Monitor – Nov
14, 1979


Evidence has been presented
and discussed to show a cooling trend over the Northern Hemisphere since
around 1940, amounting to over 0.5°C, due primarily to cooling at mid-
and high latitudes

Bulletin of the American Meteorological
Society

November 1980


A global warming trend could bring heat waves, dust-dry
farmland and disease, the experts said… Under this scenario, the resort
town of Ocean City, Md., will lose 39 feet of shoreline by 2000 and a total
of 85 feet within the next 25 years – San Jose Mercury News – June 11,
1986 


Greenhouse Effect Culprit May Be Family Car; New Ice
Age by 1995?…As the tropical oceans heat up (due to increased greenhouse
gases), more of their moisture is evaporated to form clouds. The increasing
pole-tropic wind systems move some of these additional clouds toward the
poles, resulting in increased winter rainfall, longer and colder winters
and the gradual buildup of the polar ice sheets. This phenomenon has come
to be widely recognized by climatologists in recent years. What most of them
do not recognize is that this process may be the engine that drives the
100,000-year cycle of major ice ages, for which there is no other plausible
explanation….we may be less than seven years away, and our climate may
continue to deteriorate rapidly until life on earth becomes all but
unsupportable…. New York Times – Larry Ephron , Director of the Institute
for a Future – July 15, 1988


[In New York City by 2008] The West Side Highway [which
runs along the Hudson River] will be under water. And there will be tape
across the windows across the street because of high winds. And the same
birds won�t be there. The trees in the median strip will change. There will
be more police cars. Why? Well, you know what happens to crime when the heat
goes up… Under the greenhouse effect, extreme weather increases. Depending
on where you are in terms of the hydrological cycle, you get more of whatever
you�re prone to get. New York can get droughts, the droughts can get more
severe and you�ll have signs in restaurants saying �Water by request only.�
– James Hansen testimony before Congress in June 1988


STUDY FORESEES 86 NEW POWER PLANTS TO COOL U.S. WHEN
GLOBE GETS HOTTER: Global warming could force Americans to build 86 more
power plants — at a cost of $110 billion — to keep all their air conditioners
running 20 years from now, a new study says…Using computer models, researchers
concluded that global warming would raise average annual temperatures
nationwide two degrees by 2010
, and the drain on power would require
the building of 86 new midsize power plants – Associated Press May 15,
1989


U.N. OFFICIAL PREDICTS DISASTER SAYS GREENHOUSE EFFECT
COULD WIPE SOME NATIONS OFF MAP – entire nations could be wiped off the face
of the earth by rising sea levels if global warming is not reversed by the
year 2000. Coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of
“eco-refugees,” threatening political chaos, said Brown, director of the
New York office of the U.N. Environment Program. He said governments have
a 10-year window of opportunity to solve the greenhouse effect – Associated
Press June 30, 1989


‘New York will probably be like Florida 15 years from
now,’ – St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sept. 17, 1989


Some predictions for the next decade (1990’s) are not
difficult to make… Americans may see the ’80s migration to the Sun Belt
reverse as a global warming trend rekindles interest in cooler climates.
– Dallas Morning News December 5th 1989


“(By) 1995, the greenhouse effect would be desolating
the heartlands of North America and Eurasia with horrific drought, causing
crop failures and food riots… “(By 1996) The Platte River of Nebraska would
be dry, while a continent-wide black blizzard of prairie topsoil will stop
traffic on interstates, strip paint from houses and shut down computers…
“The Mexican police will round up illegal American migrants surging into
Mexico seeking work as field hands”. – Michael Oppenheimer, The Environmental
Defense Fund – “Dead Heat” 1990


Giant sand dunes may turn Plains to desert – Huge sand
dunes extending east from Colorado’s Front Range may be on the verge of breaking
through the thin topsoil, transforming America’s rolling High Plains into
a desert, new research suggests. The giant sand dunes discovered in NASA
satellite photos are expected to re- emerge over the next 20 to 50 years,
depending on how fast average temperatures rise from the suspected “greenhouse
effect,” scientists believe. -Denver Post April 18, 1990


By 2000, British and American oil will have dimished
to a trickle……Ozone depletion and global warming threaten food shortages,
but the wealthy North will enjoy a temporary reprieve by buying up the produce
of the South. Unrest among the hungry and the ensuing political instability,
will be contained by the North’s greater military might. A bleak future indeed,
but an inevitable one unless we change the way we live…..At present rates
of exploitation there may be no rainforest left in 10 years. If measures
are not taken immediately, the greenhouse effect may be unstoppable in 12
to 15 years. – 5000 Days to Save the Planet – Edward Goldsmith 1991


”I think we’re in trouble. When you realize how little
time we have left – we are now given not 10 years to save the rainforests,
but in many cases five years. Madagascar will largely be gone in five years
unless something happens. And nothing is happening.” – ABC – The Miracle
Planet April 22, 1990


The planet could face an “ecological and agricultural
catastrophe” by the next decade if global warming trends continue – Carl
Sagan – Buffalo News Oct. 15, 1990


Most of the great environmental struggles will be either
won or lost in the 1990s and by the next century it will be too late. —
Thomas E. Lovejoy, Smithsonian Institution �Real Goods Alternative Energy
Sourcebook,� Seventh Edition: February 1993


Today (in 1996) 25 million environmental refugees roam
the globe, more than those pushed out for political, economic, or religious
reasons. By 2010, this number will grow tenfold to 200 million. – The
Heat is On -The High Stakes Battle Over Earth�s Threatened Climate –
Ross
Gelbspan – 1996


“It appears that we have a very good case for suggesting
that the El Ninos are going to become more frequent, and they’re going to
become more intense and in a few years, or a decade or so, we’ll go into
a permanent El Nino. So instead of having cool water periods for a year or
two, we’ll have El Nino upon El Nino, and that will become the norm. And
you’ll have an El Nino, that instead of lasting 18 months, lasts 18 years,”
he said.  – BBC November 7, 1997


One of the world’s leading climate experts warned of
an underestimated threat posed by the buildup of greenhouse gases ‘ an abrupt
collapse of the ocean’s prevailing circulation system that could send
temperatures across Europe plummeting in a span of 10 years. If that system
shut down today, winter temperatures in the North Atlantic region would fall
by 20 or more degrees Fahrenheit within 10 years. Dublin would acquire the
climate of Spitsbergen, 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle. “The consequences
could be devastating,” said Wallace S. Broecker, Newberry Professor of Earth
and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University’s – Science Magazine Dec
1, 1997


Scientists are warning that some of the Himalayan glaciers
could vanish within ten years because of global warming. A build-up of greenhouse
gases is blamed for the meltdown, which could lead to drought and flooding
in the region affecting millions of people. – The Birmingham Post (England)
July 26, 1999


A report last week claimed that within a decade, the
disease (Malaria) will be common again on the Spanish coast. The effects
of global warming are coming home to roost in the developed world. – The
Guardian September 11, 1999


Britain’s winter ends tomorrow with further indications
of a striking environmental change: snow is starting to disappear from our
lives. Sledges, snowmen, snowballs and the excitement of waking to find that
the stuff has settled outside are all a rapidly diminishing part of Britain’s
culture, as warmer winters – which scientists are attributing to global climate
change – produce not only fewer white Christmases, but fewer white Januaries
and Februaries. – Charles Onians -UK Independent Mar 20, 2000


Within a few years winter snowfall will become a very
rare and exciting even. Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,”
Dr David Viner, Senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU)
of the University of East Anglia – Mar 20, 2000


Officials with the Panama Canal Authority, managers
of the locks and reservoirs since the United States relinquished control
of the canal in 1999, warn that global warming, increased shipping traffic
and bigger seagoing vessels could cripple the canal’s capacity to operate
within a decade. CNN November 1, 2000


In ten years time, most of the low-lying atolls surrounding
Tuvalu’s nine islands in the South Pacific Ocean will be submerged under
water as global warming rises sea levels, CNN Mar 29, 2001


“Globally, 2002
is
likely to
be warmer than 2001 – it may
even break the record set
in 1998. –
Daily Mirror

August 2,
2002


 Next year(2003)may be warmest recorded: Global temperatures
in 2003 are expected to exceed
those in 1998
the hottest year
to date
Telegraph UK- 
December 30,
2002


(The) extra energy, together with a weak El Nino, is
expected to make 2005 warmer than 2003 and 2004 and perhaps even warmer than
1998 – Reuters February 11, 2005


Environmental refugees to top 50 million in 5 years
–“There are well-founded fears that the number of people fleeing untenable
environmental conditions may grow exponentially as the world experiences
the effects of climate change and other phenomena,” says UNU-EHS Director
Janos Bogardi. – United Nations University news release – October 11,
2005


NOAA announced its predictions
for the 2006 hurricane season, saying it expects an “above normal” year with
13-16 named storms. Of these storms, the agency says it expects four to be
hurricanes of category 3 or above, double the yearly
average of prior seasons in recorded history. With experts calling the coming
hurricane season potentially worse than last year’s,
oil prices have jumped 70 cents per barrel in
New
York

and made similar leaps elsewhere. Economists anticipate that demand for oil
will rise sharply over the summer, when as many as four major hurricanes
could hit the United States
. — Seed
Magazine 5/19/06


This year (2007) is likely to be the warmest year on record globally,
beating the current record set in 1998, –
ScienceDaily
Jan. 5,
2007


Very Active 2007 Hurricane Season Predicted – The U.S.
Atlantic basin will likely experience a very active hurricane season, the
Colorado State University forecast team announced today, increasing its earlier
prediction for the 2007 hurricane season. The team’s forecast now anticipates
17 named storms forming in the Atlantic basin between June 1 and Nov. 30.
Nine of the 17 storms are predicted to become hurricanes, and of those nine,
five are expected to develop into intense or major hurricanes (Saffir/Simpson
category 3-4-5) with sustained winds of 111 mph or greater. – ScienceDaily
April 3, 2007


Warm (2007 – 2008) Winter Predicted for
United
States – NOAA forecasters are calling for above-average temperatures over
most of the country –
ScienceDaily
Oct. 11, 2007


Arctic warming has become so dramatic that the North
Pole may melt this summer (2008), report scientists studying the effects
of climate change in the field. “We’re actually projecting this year that
the North Pole may be free of ice for the first time [in history],” David
Barber, of the University of Manitoba, told National Geographic News aboard
the C.C.G.S. Amundsen, a Canadian research icebreaker. – National Geographic
News June 20, 2008





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