NY Times Says (In 1986) ‘Climate Crisis Will Kill Us All By the Year 2000′
In 1982 the United Nations issued first global warming warnings, and they were dire. 'Severe climate change within fifteen years!' Then, a couple of years later, up went another red flag: 'Climate disaster by the turn of the century!' Then earlier this year came the latest, with a familiar number: 'Only fifteen years to save the planet!'
So, you still don't believe global warming is a complete hoax? Take a look at this quote from the New York Times from 1986:
The conclusion, conveyed with great authority by several big-league climatologists from government and private research organizations, is terrible: by the year 2000, the atmosphere and weather will grow warmer by several degrees and life - animal, plant, human - will be threatened. The experts say that melting ice caps, flooded cities, droughts in the corn belt and famine in the third world could result if the earth's mean temperature rises by a mere two or three degrees.
Still not convinced that the constant threat of man made climatological disaster is totally false, take a look at the NY Times doomsday article from June of 1986: The Climate Crisis: Disaster By the Year 2000!' JUST CLICK HERE!