Wednesday, February 17, 2010

150 Years of Global Warming and Cooling at the New York Times

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As you go through the headline and the articles throughout history. You can find them going back and forth. Is it warming? Is it cooling? Those that like to sit by and let people tell them what is true will not look into this.
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As the Business & Media Institute reported last year, press reports of climate change have been going on since the 1800s.

Over the weekend, I was sent a list of New York Times articles dating back to 1855 addressing the global warming and cooling that has been happening on this planet for the past 150 years. I have taken the liberty of adding a few pieces that I discovered in the Times’ archives to further illustrate the point.

December 16, 1934, Sunday
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. -- America is believed by Weather Bureau scientists to be on the verge of a change of climate, with a return to increasing rains and deeper snows and the colder Winters of grandfather's day.
January 5, 1855, Wednesday
As the climate of every country has an inseparable relation with the physical character of its inhabitants, the attention of the Government was directed, some few years since, to the collection of correct meteorological statistics throughout the whole of the United States.
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