1947 : International Agency Needed To Stop The Arctic Meltdown

Same story – different millennium.

May 30 1947.-The possibility of a prodigious rise in the surface of the ocean with resultant widespread inundation

if the Antarctic ice regions and the major Greenland icecap should reduce at the same rate as the present melting in the Arctic, oceanic surfaces would rise to catastrophic proportions and people living in the lowlands along their shores would be inundated. He said that temperatures in the Arctic had increased 10 deg. Fahrenheit since 1900–an “enormous” rise from a scientific standpoint.

“The Arctic change is so serious that I hope an international agency can speedily be formed to study the conditions on a global basis.”

31 May 1947 – ARCTIC PHENOMENON Warming Of Climate Causes Concern

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3 Responses to 1947 : International Agency Needed To Stop The Arctic Meltdown

  1. Baa Humbug says:

    “The Arctic change is so serious that I hope an international agency can speedily be formed to study the conditions on a global basis.”

    31 May 1947 – ARCTIC PHENOMENON Warming Of Climate Causes Concern

    It was formed 41 years later in 1988, called the IPCC.
    Thank god the UN doesn’t move any faster than molasses in the Arctic

    • Me says:

      Probably because there was no money in it back then, so they slowly had to weasel their attitudes on the public to what it is today.

  2. AlaskaHound says:

    Excellent Steven!
    The visible HRPT seems to minimize the new NSIDC graphs.

    http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/satellite/index_e.html

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