In 2007, the IPCC predicted with 100% confidence, shrinking sea ice at both poles. How did they do?
Sea ice at both poles has increased since the world’s leading experts made their forecast.
President Obama wants to make it illegal to dispute expert projections.
In 1988, global warming came into vogue, and the New York Times started helping to create the hockey stick by announcing that temperatures had risen steadily for a century
This came right after the New York Times had spent 30 years reporting global cooling and a new ice age.
Only 13 years earlier, the National Academy of Sciences reported that there had been no net warming in the 20th century.
The Ministry of Truth has amazing powers at making the past disappear.
The year 1934 was far more extreme than anything we have experienced recently.
Maximum temperatures averaged the hottest in US history
Like the current February, temperatures in the east were extremely cold
Almost 70% of the US reached 100 degrees, compared to just over 20% last year.
80% of the US was in drought.
The drought in the US during 1934 blew away all records, but it wasn’t just in the US – it was all over the world.
LONDON, June 2, 1934
Farmers’ Ruinous Losses
Almost Universal Disaster
Europe Revives Pagan Rites
A survey of the threat of a world drought reveals ruinous losses by farmers in many parts of the world. There is an actual shortage of food, with young crops blasted in the ground by the scorching sunshine and thousands of cattle without pasture. The disaster…
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Scientists are starting out the week lying about food.
The reality is that food production is at record highs, and prices have dropped due to low fossil fuel costs.
According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Food Security Index, which is sponsored by DuPont, all-time high production levels of corn, wheat and soybeans and falling global oil prices have resulted in improved food security outlooks for 79 of the 109 countries in the Index.
However, the full impact of cheaper oil on local consumer prices, political stability, and on the fiscal positions of oil exporters and importers will only play out in the months to come. “Supplies and stocks of the major grains are very strong, which will push global prices lower in 2015,” said Leo Abruzzese, Global Forecasting Director for The Economist Intelligence Unit. “The 60%…
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