Rewriting The Past In Iceland

The November, 1976 issue of National Geographic said that sun drives the climate, and that Iceland had cooled since 1940

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National Geographic : 1976 Nov, Page 586-587

The post 1940 cooling in Iceland didn’t fit NASA’s agenda, so three years ago they simply made it disappear.

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10 Responses to Rewriting The Past In Iceland

  1. SMS says:

    It’s no longer the Sun that drives the climate. It’s now politics and money. Like Scientific American, National Geographic jumped on the CAGW band wagon and will not turn away. Those on the National Geographic staff are writers with degrees in English, Photography or Journalism and have no idea of how the scientific principle works. They get their lead from populist culture and not healthy science developed from skepticism.

  2. SxyxS says:

    Who would have thought that something that is responsible for 99.9% of earth energy
    could be the main driving factor for our climate???
    I”d rather believe that 0.01% of our atmosphere ,man made co2,drives the climate
    as it is 100% plausible that a handful co2 molecules can influence earth-climate far more than trillion tons of pure energy(because tv told me so)

  3. Cam says:

    Where do you get your information as to what the data said years ago if it’s been changed? Is there a repository somewhere the public can access?

  4. Don says:

    Insanity drives the Western world. Progressives are insane, and they are driving us off a cliff.

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