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Going through some old newspaper clippings covering Gilbert Plass, who first warned of climate change in the 1950s. From 1953:
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fredzannarbor Mar 9
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Check out
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🌷🌟 IsntDaveOne 🌟🌷 Mar 9
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Baghdad Bob Barr Mar 9
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I have a slide of a newspaper clipping from the 1880s saying the same thing.
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Harold Pollack Mar 9
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Wow
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Joann DiNova Mar 9
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Feels a bit like Charlton Heston coming upon the Statue of Liberty's torch.
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Baghdad Bob Barr Mar 9
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I got the date wrong. It's later than that. There is one from 1912.
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🌈 Mar 9
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Why do you have such clippings? You from the past? 😜
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Noel Kelly Mar 9
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In the 70s the media were warning of an impending ice-age!
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John B Mar 9
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Incredibly prescient. Thanks!
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biffmack Mar 9
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Going through some old newspaper clippings convering Noel Brown, UNEP, who first warned of sea level change in the 80's. From 1989:
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biffmack Mar 9
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And who could forget this? Everyone, because that's what these climate experts count on. The longer the time-span the more forgettable the prediction becomes but technology has finally taken care of that and here we are:
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biffmack Mar 9
Replying to @KFILE @StaceyGraves240
Finally for the Darwin Award of the Epoch I give you a helicopter which has a gas turbine engine(jet engine with transmssion)burning jet fuel at an incredible rate at hover spraying "beign" chemicals to clear the snow from the wind turbine because the blades "iced over"...
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PeterDavies Mar 9
Wow good thing that makes this wrong somehow
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PeterDavies Mar 9
Cool.... This meme means greenhouse gases don't trap heat in our atmosphere or....?
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PeterDavies Mar 9
So greenhouse gasses don't trap heat in our atmosphere?
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PeterDavies Mar 9
Replying to @biffmack @KFILE
This is helpful, I'm not sure what your point in tweeting this one: the warming trend may have indeed already gone beyond human control. Good thing you're hard at work meming basic science into not happening and saving us from the warming climate.
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Jeremy Wickersheimer Mar 9
In the years 2007-2009, Al Gore made statements about the possibility of a complete lack of summer sea ice in the Arctic by as early as 2013. While Gore attributed these predictions to scientists, they stemmed from a selective reading of aggressive estimates regarding future melt
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Jeremy Wickersheimer Mar 9
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The science of the Greenhouse effect dates back to the 1850s btw
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