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New York Times 1976: Climatologists Predicted Global Cooling – Warned of ‘Highly Erratic Weather For Decades to Come” – Skeptics Said It Was ‘Nonsense’ – Noted Models Can’t predict: ‘Some of their stuff is right out of fantasy land’

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Shock Flashback 1977: NYT Reports on Key Aspect of Climate Debate! ‘Meteorologists, or short-term weather forecasters, dispute the scientific credentials of climatologists, saying they are working in a new area without much base data and with no ‘proof’ to back up their assertions.’

New York Times 1977: ‘Meteorologists, or short-term weather forecasters, dispute the scientific credentials of climatologists, saying they are working in a new area without much base data and with no ‘proof’ to back up their assertions.’ (Problems From Climate Changes Foreseen in a 1974 C.I.A Report – View Article – NYTimes.com)

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