19th Century Academic Destroys Modern Global Warming Alarmism!

On The Blaze today, I published what I think is an awesome article about global warming. I stumbled upon (thanks to a reader) an old issue of an academic magazine from the United Kingdom, published in 1818, that talks about melting glaciers, shrinking sea ice, etc. It then goes into a long history of first-hand accounts about the changing climate and why people should expect things to get much colder in the future. It’s an incredible find and it’s worth taking a look at. Below, I’ve posted the PDF for download in case anyone is interested in reading the evidence themselves.

-Justin

The Edinburgh Review Climate change, 1818

Photo: Alaskan Glacier. Photo by U.S. Geological Survey.

Justin Haskins

Justin Haskins is a widely published writer and political commentator, the senior editor and founder of The Henry Dearborn Institute for Liberty, and the editorial director and research fellow at The Heartland Institute, a national free-market think tank. (His work here does not necessarily reflect the views of The Heartland Institute.). Follow him on Twitter @JustinTHaskins.
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