EPA Warning From 1983 : Permanent Floods for Arizona And No Snow For New York

Published: November 2, 1983

The recent forecast by the Environmental Protection Agency that a general warming of the earth’s atmosphere will occur during the next decades has sent shivers all along the East Coast.

In Florida they are afraid that the coastal cities will be submerged by the rising Atlantic Ocean. In Arizona they are wondering whether the recent floods will become a permanent feature of their climate. And in New York they are thinking of selling the city’s snowplows.


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6 Responses to EPA Warning From 1983 : Permanent Floods for Arizona And No Snow For New York

  1. emsnews says:

    Actually, they DID cease putting aside money for snowplowing in Mass. in the very early 90’s. So I, an owner of a F350 diesel snow plow truck, made a LOT of money back then in Mass due to having a big plow and chains. The roads were a total mess and voters decided to up the money for snow plows and removal of snow.

    Then the entire process of lying about winter surged yet again and then Mass was hammered again by blizzards this last year. 🙂

  2. Andy DC says:

    The more time that goes by, the more absurd the past alarmist forecasts look. The alarmists should be aware of that fact eiach and every day. Their track record absolutely sucks. If they were financial advisors, they would be long out of business.

  3. bucephelus says:

    “…As a result of the loss of atmospheric carbon dioxide during the centuries…”
    So they were claiming there was too little CO2?

  4. Ken says:

    They can always fall back on their profligate use of the word “may”. They did not say it “would” happen. They just said it “may” happen. Nevertheless, we should proceed to gut the economy, except for the important occupation of climate prognostication. We need to keep paying those guys well.

  5. JL says:

    The EPA wrong about something? I’m shocked.

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