Predictions By Credible (?) People That Never Came True!

Global warming

The Resilient Earth Has Survived For Millions Of Years – Earthquakes Floods etc. 

1968 – Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich warned in his book Population Bomb that there would be a “worldwide famine” which would strike in the 1970’s and 80’s due to overpopulation.  Since then, the population has doubled!

1970 – The Boston Globe (Thursday April 16, 1970) James P. Lodge Jr. predicted based upon current electric usage,  an ice age by the 21st century (that started 20 years ago and not here yet), and he predicted we would run out of oxygen – our consumption would exceed production.  He called for population control (kill the old and infirm and abort the new and young), stop waste in our living standard, and create a “major  new technological breakthrough.”

1971 – U.S. Scientist (Washington Post July 9, 1971), Dr. S. I. Rasool from NASA (published in the Journal of Science),  says in the next 50 years we could see an “average temperature drop of 6°, and if sustained 10° ”  In the same article, Dr. Gofdon F. MacDonald, a member of President Richard Nixon’s three man counsel on Environmental Quality, said it could cause an Ice age, and he agreed with Dr. Rasool that the situation was “urgent”!  Ever hear that one before?

1972 – A letter to the President from Brown University’s team from Geological Sciences, George J. Kukla and R. K. Matthews (Chairman), declared the “order of magnitude for global deterioration was higher than ever!”

1974 – The Guardian (Tuesday January 29, 1974) “Ice Age Coming Fast”

1974 – Time Magazine “Another Ice Age?”  “…..Telltale signs are everywhere….”

1974 – Ozone depletion a “great peril to life”.  A few years later, the DuPont company lost their patent on Freon (the best known coolant ever).  Mexico was making it after the patent ran out, and doing it for a much lower price cutting into DuPont’s profits and monopoly – DuPont needed a boogey man – global warming and ozone depletion!

1976 – The New York Times Book Review (July 18, 1976) showered accolades on Stephen Schnieder, Boulder, Colorado, predicting more famine and catastrophe blaming it all on a “deaf ear” (the government and populace) and doing so in as “responsible and accurate as he can to the general public a useful and important book.”

1980 – Noblesvill  Ledger (Noblesville, IN April 9, 1980) “Acid rain killing lakes!”  10 years later, a Federal government study concluded acid rain was “no environmental crisis.”

1986 – In 1986 co-founder Patrick Moore left Greenpeace because, in his words, the organization had “abandoned scientific objectivity in favor of political agendas.”

1988 – the Miami News “More droughts likely, experts tell senators.”  1988 was the last year of droughts for the Midwest of which the Miami News was speaking.

1989 – A senior United Nations official said if global warming was not reversed, by 2000, entire nations would be “wiped off the map”.

As the circus promoter, P. T. Barnum, said; “There’s a sucker born every minute.”  When will Americans stop getting “suckered”.

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