1958 : New York Times Predicted A New Ice Age, Six Weeks After Predicting An Ice-Free Arctic

On October 19, 1958 the New York Times predicted an ice-free Arctic in the near future.


The Changing Face of the Arctic – View Article – NYTimes.com

Six weeks later they predicted a new ice.

2015-10-26-19-25-48 December 7, 1958 – NYTimes.com

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4 Responses to 1958 : New York Times Predicted A New Ice Age, Six Weeks After Predicting An Ice-Free Arctic

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for confirming our news media gives and has long given false information to the public.

    For society to restore contact with reality and basic constitutional rights, we must find a way to obtain:

    The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.”

  2. Andy DC says:

    “Quack, quack, quack” go the ciimate hysteria ducks!

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Some interesting if slightly dated research by the Australian Antarctic Division on Sea Ice and Ice Sheets.
    Some points of interest:
    – most of Antarctica sea ice extent is gaining area on average YOY, but we’re doomed
    – the calculated loss from Greenland and Antarctica ice sheets equates to 0.6 mm/year SL rise which (strangely) has high correlation with the Sydney SL record of 0.65mm/yr by GISS
    – the recovery of the ozone hole will allow warm tropical air down to Antarctica and cause further melting (so CFC’s could ironically save the planet from Global Warming? – what crap)
    – numerous other good turned into bad climate theories

    Click to access ml_399765023148148_pa05_sea20ice_fin__media_090610.pdf

    Click to access ml_399765016087963_pa04_ice20sheets_fin_media_090610.pdf

  4. pinroot says:

    They’re just covering all the bases. 🙂

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