1963 California Drought Ended With Flooding

In 1962 and 1963, parts of California went for almost an entire year without rain – followed by flooding.

1 Feb 1963, Page 1 – Independent

California is facing something similar now, which will be blamed on global warming and disappearing ice. In 1963, scientists had unanimous consensus for global cooling and increasing Arctic ice.

January 30, 1961 – NYTimes

18 Jul 1963 – Glaciers Grow In Norway

U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming

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3 Responses to 1963 California Drought Ended With Flooding

  1. Steve Case says:


                                      Good one (-:

  2. aeroguy48 says:

    Those were the good ole days.

  3. Jeff Davis says:

    Climate Mitigation Engineering: possibly new approach


    I would like to know if anyone is working on using ocean plankton to mitigate Climate Change using Emiliania huxleyi? It is the single biggest source of Oxygen on Earth. Eats Carbon like there is no tomorrow, and at the rate Methane is dissociating in the Artic there may not be one for kids under 12.

    Is it feasible to select and drain appropriate swamps or lakes in the Artic areas and lay pipe or cannels to bring in sea/ocean water? The latitude would of course be important. The plankton may prove to be the most cost effective way to reduce atmospheric Carbon.

    To paraphrase Bill Gates, we need to consider every option.

    Windsor ON CA


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