1977 : Meteorologists Said That Climate Scientists Aren’t Real Scientists

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Problems From Climate Changes Foreseen in a 1974 C.I.A Report – View Article – NYTimes.com


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10 Responses to 1977 : Meteorologists Said That Climate Scientists Aren’t Real Scientists

  1. jeremy says:

    Merry Christmas to Steve and to the contributors to this website.

  2. crosspatch says:

    Noticed this today when researching something completely different. Apparently there was some climate warming about 2000 years ago in Antarctica that resulted in a bunch of seals wandering into the dry valleys and dying. Most of the carcasses that have been dated are from about 2000 years ago though at least one recent one has also been discovered.


  3. “… with no “proof” to back up their assertions.”

    Classic. Merry Christmas to everyone.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Exactly. Nothing has changed since 1977 with the exception that climatologists should really be called proctologists as that is where they get their theories from.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    Santa Claus has decided that climate scientists have been naughty this year and deserve to be stuck in the non existent sea ice for Christmas. LMAO!!!!

    Merry Christmas to all the enlightened ones and especially Steven.
    It’s been a fun year watching the climate trolls come, have their moronic religious climate beliefs shown to be the scam and then skulk back to their protected zones.
    And their dumb arguments remain here for all to see. ROFL.
    Happy new Year and go Aussie in the Boxing Day cricket test!

  5. nigelf says:

    The Meteo’s were right in 1977 and they’re right today.

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