Climate Scientists Knew!

Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past

George Orwell

The Exxon Knew campaign is based on the idea that Exxon knew in the 1970s carbon dioxide would destroy the planet, yet they kept selling fossil fuels to Democrats who demand their product, and depend on fossil fuels for their day to day survival.

In order to enable the Exxon Knew scam, a complete rewrite of history was necessary.

global cooling which everyone seems to have forgotten was quite widely favoured in the mid-1970s.

24 May 1990, 18 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com

the threat of a new ice age must now stand alongside nuclear war as a likely source of wholesale death and misery for mankind.

20 Nov 1974, 17 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com

29 Jan 1974, 5 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com

Science News March 1, 1975

02 Mar 1975, 2 – Chicago Tribune at Newspapers.com

International Team of Specialists Finds No End in Sight to 30‐Year Cooling Trend in Northern Hemisphere – The New York Times

 

Newsweek, April 28 1975

12 Jun 1974, Page 20 – at Newspapers.com

The present rate of the cooling seems fast enough to bring glacial temperatures in about a century.

NOAA Powerpoint  Slide 6

History is not on the side of the Exxon Knew campaign,  so they simply attempt to rewrite history.  That is what leftists do, and have always done.

“I don’t see why you should have the slightest difficulty in adjusting the trend of what you write to the interests of the State”

Joseph Goebbels   German National Socialist Workers Party

NCAR 1974   NASA 2018

NASA 1982       NASA 2018

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

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9 Responses to Climate Scientists Knew!

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    so they simply attempt to rewrite history. That is what leftists do, and have always done.

    Sun comes up. Leftists lie about history. Sun goes down.

    Sun comes up. Leftists lie about history. Sun goes down.

    Sun comes up. Leftists lie about history. Sun goes down.

  2. Martin says:

    Great pictures in the Guardian today of unusual snow in South Africa

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/sep/11/giraffes-in-the-snow-south-africa-karoo-desert

  3. arn says:

    Exxon could not know in the 70ies that co2 is destroying eart/nature etc.
    as at that time the global ice age was the ultimate truth.

    +co2 was just a powerfall plant food(which it still is) and a very lousy climate gas(which it still is,but not officially)
    without the amazing superpowers it is supposed to have since the 80ies.

    The only superpower co2 has ,besides being the molecule of life,
    is mocking and dumbing down climate scientists and deceives them to make wrong predictions.

    • Robert Falls says:

      CO2 does have a super power that you forgot. It also can put out fires, as in a fire extinguisher. Now if it can put out the Global Warming Fire.

  4. Rhee says:

    That cover pic of Science News from 1975 gave me a flashback to 6th grade; I distinctly remember that issue. Our school had a subscription giving us copies to read each month in science class, and we brought in Time and Newsweek issues too that were warning of the inevitable ice age. Indeed there was a ginned up atmosphere of near panic in the nascent EPA and environmental movements, as I recall, with proposals to fix our pollution problems by collecting ash & soot from smokestacks, then sprinkle it over polar glaciers and ice sheets in an attempt to increase solar heat absorption of the planet. Global warming was desired at that point in time.

    • gregole says:

      +1
      My memories too – especially about how Science News was in all the classrooms. I was older by the time of the ice-age scare, but subscribed to Science News by then.

  5. garyh845 says:

    The GT/CO2 graph in the Scientific American is eye catching.

  6. Freezedried says:

    So some EXXON backroom boys on their lunch break, using slide rules, log tables and an abacus, determined what the weather would be fifty years hence but multi million dollar super computers of today have trouble predicting with next month?

  7. BART says:

    Adding these to my list of The Guardian “global cooling” bookmarks.

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