New York Times 1974 : Unanimous Consensus Global Cooling Threatens World’s Food Output

In 1974, the New York Times reported on a meeting of climate experts in Germany. There was unanimous consensus that global cooling threatened the world’s food supply.

 

Walter Orr Roberts of NCAR was a key player behind this.

Climate Changes Endanger World’s Food Output – 1974 – NYTimes.com

This cooling was very inconvenient for NASA’s fake global warming theory, so they erased it.

1974      2017

NASA didn’t corrupt their data all at once. It is a process that has been going on for 40 years.

1981 version   2001 version  2017 version

Global warming is the biggest fraud in science history.  The evidence of fraud, junk science and collusion is overwhelming.

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9 Responses to New York Times 1974 : Unanimous Consensus Global Cooling Threatens World’s Food Output

  1. RAH says:

    Now it’s “climate change” . The latest of many.

    “Millions may face protein deficiency as a result of human-caused carbon dioxide emissions ”
    https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-08/htcs-mmf072817.php

  2. TimA says:

    Which is it Tony….fraud, junk science, or collusion?!! It can’t be all three!! You’re going to turn off Climate alarmists with that kind of talk!I assume you want to sell some books?!!
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    (I don’t really feel that way, I just wanted to beat rob out for the stupidest comment of the day…..lol)

  3. Kris Johanson says:

    One big reason for starvation/undernourishment in the 1970’s was heavy handed Marxist central planning in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc where otherwise hard working people weren’t allowed to own and cultivate their own land, and Marxist dictators trying to take over Africa and starve people to death. Where property ownership and free enterprise were encouraged people were eating pretty well. I might add, too, the free flow of petroleum sure helps

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