New York Times 1930 : Swiss Glaciers In Full Retreat

Palm trees forecast for the Adirondacks.

TimesMachine: December 21, 1930 –

The Adirondack forecast might have been a little off.

Adirondack, NY 10-Day Forecast | Weather Underground

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12 Responses to New York Times 1930 : Swiss Glaciers In Full Retreat

    • Mr GrimNasty says:

      Why do you so irrationally fear changes in the natural world Griff?

      Their isn’t enough aspic on the planet to satisfy your needs

      • Griff says:

        Well for one thing a sizeable chunk of Swiss tourist revenue and a useful amount of european water supply comes from Swiss glaciers.

        • Gator says:

          Climates change Ms Griff. Switzerland is what it is because of melted glaciers. Wouldn’t be much tourism there if the planet had not warmed. Warming is good.

          Why do you hate poor brown people Ms Griff?

    • spike55 says:

      The fastest melt was in the period 1920-1940

      There is absolutely NO SCIENTIFIC MECHANISM whereby human released CO2 can cause warming , or melting of glaciers.

      There is NO EVIDENCE that atmospheric CO2 causes warming.

      If you have such evidence, then PRODUCE IT

      otherwise stop your mindless headless-chook cackling. !!

    • arn says:

      instead of selling us the agenda stuff(using the usual anomalies and natural fluctuations)
      Why don”t you tell us where the real world results are?

      All those apocalyptic ice melt scenarios that have and are happening
      officially(which are 100% in line with Hansens predictions)
      should have resulted by default in Hansens predicted sea level rise of several foot.

      But somehow,unexplainably the sea level rise is as lousy as it was due to the ice age scare and before.Where is all the water hiding
      when those “news” and predictions are right.

      You can for sure tell us why AGW is the only science where cause and effect have 0 to do with each other.

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