1963 Cartoon : Coming Ice Age To Kill 99.5% Of People

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28 Mar 1963, Page 16 – at Newspapers.com

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11 Responses to 1963 Cartoon : Coming Ice Age To Kill 99.5% Of People

  1. Pathway says:

    Climate change migration was in order.

  2. Krakatoa says:

    The Elites latest plan is to only kill 95%. Right nice of ’em.

    • Snowleopard says:

      Humanity was reduced to several million by the last ice age. The approaching one is likely to be similar in that respect. The elite seem to want to (pre)select who survives (cooperative submissives) as a priority before the actual number

      • Beale says:

        Submissive to whom? Apparently to the ruling elite, which by design will consist of the most useless. This is a plan for the elimination of 100% of humanity.

  3. Andy DC says:

    As a species, humanity has to adapt or die. If the climate over the last 20,000 years is any indication, we better get ready for a lot of adaptation, as the totally natural climate makes far wilder swings than we could ever imagine.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      Man has adapted very well over the last 20,000 years. We grew from millions to 7.5 billion over that period. Not so much during the ice age in that period. If we are sliding into a really cold period, it doesn’t require an ice age to cause mass death from starvation and collapse of infrastructure. Check on what has happened to Taiwan, Vietnam, and Okinawa, all in the tropical zone. There is snow in places for the first time in recorded history. It is incredibly snowy and cold over in Asia in general. Even ten years of weather of that kind on a global scale will cause mass deaths.

      • Snowleopard says:

        Yes. I would also add north and central Japan. Many parts of Asia have had mass livestock deaths and crop failure due to cold in recent years. Likely we have more than twenty years of this weather ahead near term. This will almost certainly cause some population decline. Increased yields in other areas have prevented this for the most part so far.

        It is likely to get colder too. Even a short (30-50yr) return to temperatures and weather of the little ice age could cut human population in half.

      • RAH says:

        Isn’t it funny how those never happened before in recorded history snow and cold events get little notice in the MSM? It you aren’t a weather/climate geek or your a warmist that gets your opinions from sites like SS you probably won’t know about those events. Apparently the whole “climate/weather weirding” thing is just a last ditch excuse for weather events that the warmists can’t explain with any other excuses. When such event occure in other parts of the world it will be ignored if at all possible.

  4. wert says:

    This is the place to cite the Bible.

    What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.

  5. Steven Douglas says:

    Yes, I remember 1963 like it was 53 years ago. Cold, it was; so very cold, in fact, that Mom and Dad lit a fire, and even fired up a kerosene stove, which I am told has helped to warm and green the Earth ever since. Now I walk with reverence in their hallowed carbon footprints, doing my small bit for humanity as I help to delay and protect my fellow beings against the coming cold.

    • AndyG55 says:

      My electrical company has a usage comparison chart on their bill.

      Despite just 2 people living here (one only sort of part time) our usage is generally near that of a 3 or 4 person household. (then there is gas hot water on top of that).

      I feel that I am also doing my bit for the plant life of the planet. 🙂

      Nowhere near as much as Big Al, Bette or Leonardo , though.😉

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