The media and scientists have been selling the doom and gloom climate catastrophe scenarios at least since 1958
By Marica Micallef
While the governments, the Elites, the MEPs like David Casa and Dr Alfred Sant and their funded “climate scientists” push the Net Zero agenda and have their way, we have people on the other side who are fighting and opposing this agenda, on behalf of humanity.
Here is Roman Balmakov breaking down 32 climate predictions of their doom and gloom packaged and repackaged lies which they have tried to make us swallow, struck by fear that the world is going to end soon, that were proven to be false. Kindly note that all of these articles are only a very small sample and fraction of the hundreds more which these “scientists” and media sold to us for doomsday’s sake. In this first piece, I bring you the first seven.
In October 1958, the New York Times published an article in which they wrote “Some scientists estimate that the polar ice pack is 20 percent thinner than 12 percent less in area than it was a half century ago and that even within the lifetime of our children the Arctic Ocean may open enabling ships to sail over the North Pole.” At the time, the article mentioned the Arctic ice sheet was about seven feet thick which was again in 1958. When we look at today’s data, it’s still about seven feet thick.
In November 1967, The Salt Lake City Tribune reported on the issue of a coming famine “It is already too late for the world to avoid a long period of famine.” This article was citing the work of Mr Paul Ehrlich who was a Stanford University biologist and his prediction was that by 1975, there will be global famines due to overpopulation. According to this report, he went so far as to propose lacing both the food supply as well as the water drinking supply in America with sterilization chemicals in order to cut down on the growing population.
This worry of too many people was on top of another worry at this particular time – the coming Ice Age. For example, in April 1970, the Boston Globe reported “Scientists predict a new Ice Age by the 21st century”. Citing a pollution expert named James Lodge, it wrote “Air pollution may obliterate the sun and cause a new ice age in the first third of the new century”.
These predictions of the coming Ice Age just continued to roll on.
In July 1971, a report in The Washington Post, this time citing a NASA scientist, stated “The world could be as little as 50 or 60 years away from a disastrous new ice age.” This is funny, considering that 50 years from 1971 make it pretty much exactly today.
In December 1972, two geologists from Brown University wrote a highly publicized letter to President Nixon stating “A conference attended by 42 top American and European investigators concluded a global deterioration of climate by order of magnitude larger than any healer to experience by civilised mankind is a very real possibility and indeed my be due very soon…The present rate of cooling, seems fast enough to bring glacial temperatures in about a century, if continuing at the present pace.”
In January 1974, the Guardian newspaper reported “Space satellites show new ice age coming fast.”
In June 1974, a story in Time magazine asked a similar question “Another ice age? Telltale signs are everywhere from the unexpected persistence and thickness of pack ice in the waters around Iceland to the southward migration of a warmth loving creature like the armadillo from the Midwest.”