1992 New York Times : “Extended And Profound Droughts” “Frequently Arise” In California

Long before they started lying about Mann-made drought in California, the New York Times knew that severe droughts were normal there.

December 1, 1992

tree rings clearly declare that in the Western United States, the years 1937 through 1986 have been abnormally wet compared with past centuries — and these are the years of the greatest immigration to the supposedly golden coastal states.

Should an extended and profound drought similar to those that frequently arise in the tree-ring record again strike the West, they said, the blooming Central Valley of California, a food basket to the nation and already the region’s most rapacious consumer of scarce water resources, could become completely unsustainable.

In Unexpected Places, Clues to Ancient and Future Climate – Warming? Tree Rings Say Not Yet – NYTimes.com

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1 Response to 1992 New York Times : “Extended And Profound Droughts” “Frequently Arise” In California

  1. inMAGICn says:

    Energy prices skyrocket, food prices skyrocket. The Obama-Brown Axis is upon us.

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