1973: Brown, Columbia, Oregon State Universities Predicted A New Ice Age

In 1973, the Climate Long Range Mapping And Prediction Project (CLIMPA) from Brown, Columbia, and OSU predicted a new ice age.

15 Apr 1973, 59 – The Post-Crescent at Newspapers.com

In 1975, CLIMPA downgraded it to a little ice age. They said bad weather is associated with cooling, and good weather is associated with warmth.

11 Oct 1975, Page 41 – Daily Independent Journal at Newspapers.com

These same institutions now predict warming. And they say bad weather is associated with warming, and good weather is associated with the cold.

The one thing we know for sure about climate science racketeering is that climate scientists scamsters will say whatever appears most opportune for future funding.

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    Spurwing Plover


    Lets see these Eco-Wackos and Global Warming nutcases getting frost biten toesies lets see Al Bore having to turn up his thermastate to keep from catching a cold the same to DiCaprio and Micheal Mann and the rest of the Global Warming wackos

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    David Lewis


    A warmist commenting on this web site once claimed that the ice age predictions of the 1970’s were only a media event. He claimed that no one in the scientific community made such claims. This article shows otherwise.

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