1958 : New York Reported Massive Ice Loss – Predicted A New Ice Age

In 1958, the New York Times reported 50 percent loss of glacial and sea ice volume, and said “brilliant research” indicated the disappearing ice was going to cause a new ice age.

ScreenHunter_1144 Feb. 27 20.51 TimesMachine: December 7, 1958 – NYTimes.com

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6 Responses to 1958 : New York Reported Massive Ice Loss – Predicted A New Ice Age

  1. Anything is possible says:

    That “brilliant new research” sounds like the theory proposed by Ewing & Donn – two of the top oceanographers of their time, which is outlined in much more detail here :

    http://strongasanoxandnearlyassmart.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/scientists-predict-another-ice-age-is.html

    It’s not the craziest theory I’ve ever read, far from it, in fact.

  2. au1corsair says:

    Proof of “settled science” carved in stone uncovered by our tireless blog master. This means that mainstream science hasn’t changed one bit since 1958.

    Let’s review other scientific facts of that era–such as women being inferior to men, the dark races lacking intelligence and self-control, and how any sex other than approved reproductive sex was evil. And of course any culture other than the approved mainstream culture was degenerate. Glad to see science–the Religion–hasn’t changed any. Look at what the elite of the ages were doing with this scientific advice.

    Can you say GENOCIDE?

  3. emsnews says:

    Well, today the NYT noticed that it was cold outside and ice floes clog the East River and Hudson River flowing outside their windows.

  4. Ben Vorlich says:

    Steve on one of your earlier posts you linked to an article by BBC Reporter Nigel Calder (The name was familiar but I couldn’t place him). I don’t know if you’re aware this but he co-authored The Chilling Stars

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/legacy/newsnight/2007/02/the_chilling_stars_by_calder_and_svensmark.html

    This is his Guardian Obit.
    http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/jul/01/nigel-calder

    It seems to me he was a man after your own heart.

  5. Dave Lowry says:

    Though many theories seem to be extreme and, in time, they don’t match realiy, I think that it’s important to analyse the climatic revolution in the Arctic area and to see in which measure the oceans and the seas determine the climate. I suggest you to take a look here – http://www.arctic-warming.com/?page_id=17. There are many facts about the Arctic and about the warming phenomenon that happened here.

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