It is the absolute right of the State to supervise the formation of public opinion.
Fifty-five years ago, Science Magazine and The Guardian reported that sea level rise rates had declined since 1940, as had temperatures. They said global temperatures rose steadily from 1880 to 1940, but started falling after 1940. The article was one of the first to talk about the possibility of a new ice age.
28 Dec 1963, 3 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com
In 1982, NASA’s James Hansen showed this sharp decline in sea level rise rates after 1950.
But NASA has since erased the post-1950 decline, and now shows sea level rise rates accelerating after 1950.
Similarly, NASA has erased the post-1940 cooling, which was documented by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in 1974.
The post-1940 cooling has been erased by NASA.
NCAR’s director and top climate scientist warned in 1974 that global cooling was going to starve millions.
12 Jun 1974, Page 20 – at Newspapers.com
Satellites confirmed in 1974 that snow and ice cover was rapidly increasing, and the Guardian reported that a new Ice Age was coming fast.
29 Jan 1974, 5 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com
The press and scientific community now insist there was no satellite sea ice data before 1979.
We Charted Arctic Sea Ice for Nearly Every Day Since 1979. You’ll See a Trend. – The New York Times
This is problematic for them, because the 1990 IPCC report showed detailed satellite sea ice data back to the early 1970’s.
“in 1972-1975 sea-ice extent was significantly less”
Similarly, the Ministry of Truth has tried to erase the 1970’s ice age scare, by saying it consisted in its entirety of of nine paragraphs in a Newsweek article in 1975.
How the “Global Cooling” Story Came to Be – Scientific American
This is again problematic for people who want to rewrite history, because the world’s top climate scientists wrote a letter to President Nixon in 1972 warning of a new ice age within a century.
The Internet is full of information exposing the fraud and lies behind the global warming scam, and this is a huge problem for its proponents – so they deny their own history and censor anyone who tells the truth.
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Fine effort, Tony!
Great one, Tony! Ties everything together beautifully. Who could argue?
Who could argue? Phil.
The Guardian is his most favorite scientific journal and Phil will not let this smear go unchallenged!
The more you lie
the more lies you need to back up your
and then you need even more lies to back the new lies up.
The further it goes on
the more cracks appear in the web of lies.
The matrix is breaking down.
In case you have the power you can use several strategied of intimidation and violence
to keep your lives alive or to turn humanity into a bunch of naive emotionalised idiots..
As noone has infinite powers the lie becomes unsustainable at one point
Great opening quote! –
“It is the absolute right of the State to supervise the formation of public opinion.
I bet you think that the intent of that statement is that the State is supposed to control public opinion instead of insure that the media is honest in ITS attempt to control public opinion. I agree with Goebbels – the State should insure the media is honest. Too bad our country’s leadership didn’t also.
We have evolved since then and we know better now. Just adjusting the general trend is not good enough. It still allows too many dissonant notes. It confuses the people. The Guardian and other progressive media rejected the embarrassing timidity of his strategy and adopted a strong, total and fully coordinated approach to journalism.
Wow! And the Goebbels quote is priceless.
The Guardian article from 1974 by Anthony Tucker is particularly revealing with an opening sentence of: “……. from the first long term analyses of satellite weather pictures”
What is also really interesting is that the 1963 article in the Guardian posted above is written by John Maddox, while he was science editor of the then Manchester Guardian. He went on to do 2 stints as the editor of Nature (1966-1973; 1980 – 1995), and we all know how biased towards global warming Nature became.