Settled Science At The New York Times

During autumn 1958, The New York Times predicted both an ice-free Arctic and a new ice age.

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They were wrong on all counts, just like they are now. The NYT morons have absolutely no idea what they are talking about.


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11 Responses to Settled Science At The New York Times

  1. Stephen Fisher says:

    NYT: “All the news that’s print to fit”

  2. I work in the oil business and my fields have been reported on often. I can attest that reporters get virtually EVERY ‘fact’ about any technical story totally wrong every time. They as a group are among the most technically illiterate people on the planet.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Fraudulent climate scares are nothing new. Billions of Government dollars (our dollars!) behind them is what is new.

    • gregole says:


      We’ve had nutty professors and weirdo eggheads proclaiming this or that since there were professors and eggheads – read some history – it’s a long tradition. And quite a few sharpies and charlatans – perpetual motion anyone?

      But public monies being hurled at goofy ideas dressed up as reasonable conjecture is new. It’s post modern. Face it. It’s hip; just ask Bill Maher or any other number of Hollywood wise men (women).

      Most disturbing however, is that public policy in the form of taxation and regulation is being aggressively exercised in the name of climate-change / global warming. Concepts that exist only in pure conjecture and computer modeling – empirical measurements confirm none of it.

      We live in interesting times.

    • gator69 says:

      Make that trillions of our tax dollars.

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