1975 : Ice Age Coming – Global Cooling To Cause Terrorism And Nuclear Blackmail

In 1975, the NCAR director Steven Schneider said global cooling threatened global stability with “critical urgency.”

02 Jun 1975, Page 76 – Chicago Tribune at Newspapers.com

The fraudsters currently operating Scientific American deny that this ever happened, and are attempting to rewrite history.

How the “Global Cooling” Story Came to Be – Scientific American

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8 Responses to 1975 : Ice Age Coming – Global Cooling To Cause Terrorism And Nuclear Blackmail

  1. RW says:

    Funny. Schneider is the Dick Cheney of climate science.

    • arn says:

      More funny.
      Climate science is the Dick Cheney of science.

      And not just that:
      The “opinion makers” and masters of the one and only politically correct truth((“we announce a thing via MSM,repeat it several times and after a few weeks declare it the new normal and pretend that it always has been part of american history and culture))
      seem to use the very same strategy/script/playbook over and over again:

      No matter what or how the weather/climate is,wether it gets cooler,warmer or stays the same-
      the result will always be some armageddon/chaos.
      (and “order out of chaos” is the next chapter of the playbook,
      to make people accept things they”d never accept otherwise.

      It’s just the soft version of operation Gladio,when Nato & cia bombed civilians in Europe ,disguised as terrorist attacks.

      • Kozlowski says:

        “The “opinion makers” and masters of the one and only politically correct truth((“we announce a thing via MSM,repeat it several times and after a few weeks declare it the new normal and pretend that it always has been part of american history and culture))”

        …and anyone who disagrees is a [insert disparaging term of the day here] – nazi, racist, homophobe, sexist… etc etc etc

    • R. Shearer says:

      Schneider is dead. He died of cardiac arrest while seated on a European flight in first class, to attend a climate conference.

      • wert says:

        ‘His choice of aggressive treatments helped him survive until a heart attack claimed him on an aircraft ferrying him from one climate meeting to the next.’

        My source did not say anything about the first class. Wikipedia does not mention it.

  2. Mark Fife says:

    It should be called climate theory and mysticism. It isn’t too far off the beaten path to say they actually haven’t proven anything including some things which are basic assumptions, especially in terms of cause and effect. Primarily because they cannot isolate and control theorized causes and produce the desired effect at will. There is always something, some event, which contradicts the theory either in whole or in part.

  3. Robert McIntosh says:

    In the climategate emails I think it’s Phil Jones that at one point talks about how Hugo Lamb, founder of the CRU, started the Ice Age Cometh notion as a means of raising funds for the CRU. Lamb never believed it.

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