50 Years of Failed Climate Predictions.

The following predictions, which all never happened, stem from those who want to control world population.


They lied to us by saying that there are too many humans on the planet. They wanted people to feel bad for simply existing, and they wanted to make them feel responsible for any dire state of the earth.


Every catastrophe prediction was used as an alibi to gain control over humanity.

In the examples, it’s remarkable how the narrative switches from a predicted ‘ice age’ and ‘acid rain’ to ‘global warming’.


And guess what, they are still at it today. ‘Climate change’, mass ‘vaccination’… Does that ring any bells?


The perpetrators strive to reduce the world population to a mere 500 million, as stated on the ‘mysterious’ Georgia Guidestones, which have only recently been destroyed.




50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions


Modern doom sayers have been predicting climate and environmental disaster since the 1960s. They continue to do so today.


None of the apocalyptic predictions with due dates as of today have come true.

What follows is a collection of notably wild predictions from notable people in government and science.


More than merely spotlighting the failed predictions, this collection shows that the makers of failed apocalyptic predictions often are individuals holding respected positions in government and science.


While such predictions have been and continue to be enthusiastically reported by a media eager for sensational headlines, the failures are typically not revisited.


(Credits to: Rights and Freedoms and Real Climate Science)


 


1967: ‘Dire famine by 1975.’

Source: Salt Lake Tribune, November 17, 1967

 

1969: ‘Everyone will disappear in a cloud of blue steam by 1989.’

Source: New York Times, August 10 1969

 

1970: Ice age by 2000

Source: Boston Globe, April 16, 1970

 

1970: ‘America subject to water rationing by 1974 and food rationing by 1980.’

Source: Redlands Daily Facts, October 6, 1970

 

1971: ‘New Ice Age Coming’

Source: Washington Post, July 9, 1971

 


1974: ‘Another Ice Age?’


Source: TIME, June 24, 1974

 

1974: Ozone Depletion a ‘Great Peril to Life’


But no such ‘great peril to life’ has been observed as the so-called ‘ozone hole’ remains:

Sources: Headline

NASA Data | Graph

 

1976: ‘The Cooling’


Source: New York Times Book Review, July 18, 1976

 

1980: ‘Acid Rain Kills Life in Lakes’


Noblesville Ledger (Noblesville, IN) April 9, 1980


But 10 years later, the US government program formed to study acid rain concluded:

Associated Press, September 6, 1990

 

1978: ‘No End in Sight’ to 30-Year Cooling Trend


Source: New York Times, January 5, 1978

 

But according to NASA satellite data, there is a slight warming trend since 1979.


Source: DrRoySpencer.com

 

1988: James Hansen forecasts increase regional drought in 1990s


But, the last really dry year in the Midwest was 1988, and recent years have been record wet.

Source: RealClimateScience.com

 


1988: Washington DC days over 90F to from 35 to 85


But the number of hot days in the DC area peaked in 1911, and have been declining ever since.

Source: RealClimateScience.com

 

1988: Maldives completely underwater in 30 years


Source: Agence France Press, September 26, 1988

 

1989: Rising seas to ‘obliterate’ nations by 2000


Source: Associated Press, June 30, 1989

 


1989: New York City’s West Side Highway underwater by 2019


Source: Salon.com, October 23, 2001

 


1995 to Present: Climate Model Failure


Source: CEI.org

 

2000: ‘Children won’t know what snow is.’



Source: The Independent, March 20, 2000

 

2002: Famine in 10 years


Source: The Guardian, December 23, 2002

 

2004: Britain to have Siberian climate by 2020


Source: The Guardian, February 21, 2004

 

2008: Arctic will be ice-free by 2018


Source: Associated Press, June 24, 2008

 

2008: Al Gore warns of ice-free Arctic by 2013


But… it’s still there:

Source: WattsUpWithThat.com, December 16, 2018

 


2009: Prince Charles says only 8 years to save the planet


Source: The Independent, July 9, 2009

 


2009: UK prime minister says 50 days to ‘save the planet from catastrophe’


Source: The Independent: October 20, 2009

 

2009: Arctic ice-free by 2014


Source: USA Today, December 14, 2009

 

2013: Arctic ice-free by 2015


Source: The Guardian, July 24, 2013

 

The paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-017-02550-9 (open access)

Gas hydrate dissociation off Svalbard induced by isostatic rebound rather than global warming


Abstract


Methane seepage from the upper continental slopes of Western Svalbard has previously been attributed to gas hydrate dissociation induced by anthropogenic warming of ambient bottom waters. Here we show that sediment cores drilled off Prins Karls Foreland contain freshwater from dissociating hydrates. However, our modeling indicates that the observed pore water freshening began around 8 ka BP when the rate of isostatic uplift outpaced eustatic sea-level rise.


The resultant local shallowing and lowering of hydrostatic pressure forced gas hydrate dissociation and dissolved chloride depletions, consistent with our geochemical analysis. Hence, we propose that hydrate dissociation was triggered by postglacial isostatic rebound rather than anthropogenic warming. Furthermore, we show that methane fluxes from dissociating hydrates were considerably smaller than present methane seepage rates, implying that gas hydrates were not a major source of methane to the oceans, but rather acted as a dynamic seal, regulating methane release from deep geological reservoirs.


 

2013: Arctic ice-free by 2016


Source: The Guardian, December 9, 2013

 


2014: Only 500 days before ‘climate chaos’

But…


Sources: Washington Examiner