New Video : New York Times Rewriting Their Own Climate History

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9 Responses to New Video : New York Times Rewriting Their Own Climate History

  1. John F. Hultquist says:

    Not too long ago news feeds were full of the story that chocolate was threatened by climate change.
    I don’t have an account at the NYT so can’t read much there. Still, found the first link below:

    In the June 5th print edition of the WSJ there is an article titled “Bountiful Cocoa Crop Melts Chocolate Fears.”[ pp. B 1 & 2 ]

    Seems the supply of Cocoa Beans is outpacing demand for the third year in a row.
    Mondelez (spin-off from Kraft), Mars, and Hershey, among others are supplying funds for research, training, and expansion.

    • just a thought says:

      A tropical crop that thrives on heat and humidity is threatened by ….heat and humidity? Only a warmist could come up with such nonsense.

  2. Robertv says:

    So most of the heat waves bring also colder than normal temperatures, mostly on the western side (northern hemisphere) of the heat wave.
    So we are talking about the jetstream moving further south and north than ‘normal’. If it did so in the past human CO2 can’t be the reason when it happens now.

  3. GW Smith says:

    Tony – Your roll as a climate historian is invaluable! Without this historical perspective most people would only believe what they know in their own lifetime and hear on the msm, read, propaganda. This kind of historical myopia is deadly to any nation which ignores it’s history. The facts of science get swamped in the tidal waves of ignorance.

  4. just a thought says:

    If only they had known how to “adjust” the temperature data to show how really cool it was back then; just think of all the lives that could have been saved. //SARC//

  5. gregole says:

    Think how much more interesting it would be if the NYT actually reported the real CAGW story starting with the 2009 Climategate revelations and continued through exposing the phony M@nnian Hockystick. Not sure it that would be possible in our twisted world, but it would be pretty cool.

  6. John Archer says:

    Bill Nye will be along in a moment to debunk this science hate™ with a blowtorch, plastic globe and foul language.

    The truth will out!

    Not if Nye has anything to do with it, it won’t.

    Sad times. Sheep led by donkeys.

  7. rah says:

    OT but I can’t let the 75th pass without a comment about revising the D-day history.

    I have studied WW II basically since I was able to read. The over riding truth of D-day on Omaha beach is contrary to the that depicted on the movie ‘The Longest Day’. It was the individual soldiers eventually backed by direct naval fire support from destroyers, whose commanders on their own initiative seeing what was happening acted contrary to their pre-invasion orders by bringing their ships in so close that that they risked grounding that made the assault successful against those terrible defenses despite all the mishaps and failures, and not the Generals or even for the most part the officers.

    It is a military axiom that no operations order survives first contact with the enemy. That truth played out in Spades on Omaha and yet citizen soldiers, sea sick, cold, and scared, having landed at the wrong place in most cases, lacking almost all of their heavy weapons and the tanks that were to have supported their advance, almost all their officers and many NCOs already casualties, took the initiative, adapted, and found ways to overcome.

    BTW there were elements of five American Divisions in on the initial assaults on D-day. They were the 82nd and 101st Abn divisions dropped behind the beaches before the amphibious assaults began. The 1st and 29th Infantry Divisions on Omaha and the 4th Infantry Division on Utah. Of those Divisions only the 1st Infantry and the 82nd Abn. had previous combat experience. One young new 1st Division troop in the initial assault asked a veteran in his boat next to him as they approached Omaha beach if he was scared. The veteran said he was. The new troop asked him why since he was a veteran. The veteran replied “You’ll be a veteran in about 5 minutes”.

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