You May Be Wondering ….

You may be wondering ….. why all the old New York Times articles?

It is because Google has disabled searching their newspaper archives .

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8 Responses to You May Be Wondering ….

  1. Climatism says:

    Progressives don’t like history. The documented past gives impressionable young minds a reference point to judge present day madness on.

    The socialist movement coming out of the Universities in the 60’s in Australia managed to successfully have all history sections in Uni libraries eliminated (i.e. burnt). The only uni to survive the purge was Sydney Uni. True story.

  2. Andy Oz says:

    Google, Facebook and YouTube are all part of the NSA.
    Not surprising when you think about it.
    Control the present, control the past.

  3. Tel says:

    Hmmm, something else is happening. When I followed your link earlier I got the problem. But when I type a similar search in from scratch I don’t have that problem:

  4. Climatism says:

    Good read from AU Dr Amy McGrath, investigating the socialist and the Fabian movement in Australia out of the 60’s and to the present with their Agenda 21 and environmental motives.

  5. NikFromNYC says:

    Other cynical user complaints followed the announcement of feature loss:!topic/news/Gl23RwnTIlg

  6. omanuel says:

    The current inability of humans to deal with nature effectively is the direct result of decisions made to deceive the public in 1945-46:

    1. The internal composition of the Sun was changed from mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946.

    2. Textbooks replaced Nobel Laureate Aston’s rigorously valid “nuclear packing fraction” with von Weizsacker’s convincing but deceptive “nuclear binding energy” after the Second World War

    Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

    Google cannot save the reputations of those who made these decisions, but Google leaders may reap the rewards of deceit.

    Best wishes for the New Year,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

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