from Brent Smith for World Net:
On Sept. 3, 2019, a group of 16 global warming scientists/alarmists set out way up north to the Barents and Greenland Sea, to prove that Arctic ice is indeed melting and that we’ll all be underwater soon.
Their fate was the same as their brethren a few years ago near the South Pole. They got hopelessly stuck in massive amounts of ever-increasing ice and had to be extracted. They failed to prove their point.
Perhaps the brainwashed alarmists should look back in history to see that warming and cooling cycles are natural and happen all the time.
In fact, the press has documented four of these cycles just in the past 120 years or so. And during every cycle, just as today, the results were to be cataclysmic.
I’ve found that these cycles last roughly between 30 and 40 years.
So let’s hop into the wayback machine or maybe Doc’s DeLorean. Let us take a journey back in time via the irrefutable written record. Remember, if it’s in print it must be true. I’ll punch in the turn of the century, last century.
From the late 1800s through the 1920s, Americans were convinced, via the print media, that we were heading for the next Ice Age. Yes, global cooling!
In 1895 the New York Times (the paper of record) wrote, “Geologists think the world may be frozen up again.” In 1912 the L.A. Times reported, “The fifth Ice Age is on the way.” Chicago Tribune, 1923: “Scientists say Arctic Ice will wipe out Canada all the way down to the Great Lakes.” 1924, New York Times: “Signs of a new Ice Age.” This reporting continued through the balance of the ’20s.
A funny thing happened, though. There was no Ice Age. After decades of dire warnings … nothing.
Actually, something did happen. Starting at the very end of the ’20s, there was no more talk of cooling. In just a few short years the nation’s print media switched from global cooling to global warming. Back then, they didn’t know to just call it “climate change.”