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Flashback 1967 National Geographic: Sunspots Control Glaciers – ‘Ice masses advance & retreat in direct correlation’ with sunspots

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You should, in science, believe logic and arguments, carefully drawn, and not authorities.

– Richard Feynman

Fifty years ago, National Geographic understood that the sun controls glaciers. But that was before they realized they could make money lying about the climate.

National Geographic : 1967 Feb, Page 194

This was back in the days when NASA could still put people in space.

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