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Article: Global cooling
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[[J. Murray Mitchell]] showed as early as 1963 a multidecadal cooling since about 1940.<ref name="The Myth of the 1970s Global Cooling Scientific Consensus">{{cite journal | title=The Myth of the 1970s Global Cooling Scientific Consensus |author=Peterson, Thomas; Connolley, William and Fleck, John | publisher=American Meteorological Society |url=http://scienceblogs.com/stoat/Myth-1970-Global-Cooling-BAMS-2008.pdf |date=September 2008 |doi=10.1175/2008BAMS2370.1 | journal=Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society | volume=89 | issue=9 | pages=1325–1337 | bibcode=2008BAMS...89.1325P}}</ref> At a conference on climate change held in [[Boulder, Colorado]] in 1965, evidence supporting [[Milankovitch cycles]] triggered speculation on how the calculated small changes in sunlight might somehow trigger ice ages. In 1966 [[Cesare Emiliani]] predicted that "a new glaciation will begin within a few thousand years." In his 1968 book ''[[The Population Bomb]]'', [[Paul R. Ehrlich]] wrote "The [[greenhouse effect]] is being enhanced now by the greatly increased level of [[carbon dioxide]]... [this] is being countered by low-level clouds generated by contrails, dust, and other contaminants... At the moment we cannot predict what the overall climatic results will be of our using the [[atmosphere]] as a garbage dump."<ref name="erhlich_1968"/>
 
[[J. Murray Mitchell]] showed as early as 1963 a multidecadal cooling since about 1940.<ref name="The Myth of the 1970s Global Cooling Scientific Consensus">{{cite journal | title=The Myth of the 1970s Global Cooling Scientific Consensus |author=Peterson, Thomas; Connolley, William and Fleck, John | publisher=American Meteorological Society |url=http://scienceblogs.com/stoat/Myth-1970-Global-Cooling-BAMS-2008.pdf |date=September 2008 |doi=10.1175/2008BAMS2370.1 | journal=Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society | volume=89 | issue=9 | pages=1325–1337 | bibcode=2008BAMS...89.1325P}}</ref> At a conference on climate change held in [[Boulder, Colorado]] in 1965, evidence supporting [[Milankovitch cycles]] triggered speculation on how the calculated small changes in sunlight might somehow trigger ice ages. In 1966 [[Cesare Emiliani]] predicted that "a new glaciation will begin within a few thousand years." In his 1968 book ''[[The Population Bomb]]'', [[Paul R. Ehrlich]] wrote "The [[greenhouse effect]] is being enhanced now by the greatly increased level of [[carbon dioxide]]... [this] is being countered by low-level clouds generated by contrails, dust, and other contaminants... At the moment we cannot predict what the overall climatic results will be of our using the [[atmosphere]] as a garbage dump."<ref name="erhlich_1968"/>
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===1970s awareness===
 
===1970s awareness===
Reason: ANN scored at 0.953247
Reporter Information
Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Thursday, the 22nd of October 2015 at 08:57:31 PM
Status: Reported
Thursday, the 22nd of October 2015 at 08:57:31 PM #101899
Bradley (anonymous)

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