Global Cooling Essay

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1970 – Colder Winters Held Dawn of New Ice Age – Scientists See Ice Age In the Future (The Washington Post, January 11, 1970).
1970 – Is Mankind Manufacturing a New Ice Age for Itself? (L.A. Times, January 15, 1970).
1970 – New Ice Age May Descend On Man (Sumter Daily Item, January 26, 1970).
1970 – Pollution Prospect A Chilling One (Owosso Argus-Press, January 26, 1970).
1970 – Pollution’s 2-way ‘Freeze’ On Society (Middlesboro Daily News, January 28, 1970).
1970 – Cold Facts About Pollution (The Southeast Missourian, January 29, 1970).
1970 – Pollution Could Cause Ice Age, Agency Reports (St. Petersburg Times, March 4, 1970).
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1972 – Weather To Get Colder (Montreal Gazette, September 12, 1972).
1972 – British climate expert predicts new Ice Age (The Christian Science Monitor, September 23, 1972).
1972 – Scientist Sees Chilling Signs of New Ice Age (L.A. Times, September 24, 1972).
1972 – Science: Another Ice Age? (Time Magazine, November 13, 1972).
1973 – The Ice Age Cometh (The Saturday Review, March 24, 1973).
1973 – Weather-watchers think another ice age may be on the way (The Christian Science Monitor, December 11, 1973).
1974 – New evidence indicates ice age here (Eugene Register-Guard, May 29, 1974).
1974 – Another Ice Age? (Time Magazine, June 24, 1974).
1974 – 2 Scientists Think ‘Little’ Ice Age Near (The Hartford Courant, August 11, 1974).
1974 – Ice Age, worse food crisis seen (The Chicago Tribune, October 30, 1974).
1974 – Believes Pollution Could Bring On Ice Age (Ludington Daily News, December 4, 1974).
1974 – Pollution Could Spur Ice Age, Nasa Says (Beaver Country Times, December 4, 1974).
1974 – Air Pollution May Trigger Ice Age, Scientists Feel (The Telegraph, December 5, 1974).
1974 – More Air Pollution Could Trigger Ice Age Disaster (Daily Sentinel – December 5, 1974).
1974 – Scientists Fear Smog Could Cause Ice Age (Milwaukee Journal, December 5, 1974).
1975 – Climate Changes Called Ominous (The New York Times, January 19, 1975).
1975 – Climate Change: Chilling Possibilities (Science News, March 1, 1975).
1975 – B-r-r-r-r: New Ice Age on way soon? (The Chicago Tribune, March 2, 1975).
1975 – Cooling Trends Arouse Fear That New Ice Age Coming (Eugene Register-Guard, March 2, 1975).
1975 – Is Another Ice Age Due? Arctic Ice Expands In Last Decade (Youngstown Vindicator – March 2, 1975).
1975 – Is Earth Headed For Another Ice Age? (Reading Eagle, March 2, 1975).
1975 – New Ice Age Dawning? Significant Shift In Climate Seen (Times Daily, March 2, 1975).
1975 – There’s Troublesome Weather Ahead (Tri City Herald, March 2, 1975).
1975 – Is Earth Doomed To Live...

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