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GLOBAL WARMING MYTH: In 1995 The New York Times Warned that East Coast Beaches Will Be Gone in 25 Years

In 1995 the New York Times reported that in 25 years the beaches on the US East Coast would no longer be visible – they would be underwater due to global warming.  Today evidence again proves The New York Times and climate change radicals were wrong.  

On Monday, September 18, 1995, the New York Times wrote an article that claimed:

This, say the scientists, would inundate parts of many heavily populated river deltas and the cities on them, making them uninhabitable, and would destroy many beaches around the world. At the most likely rate of rise, some experts say, most of the beaches on the East Coast of the United States would be gone in 25 years. They are already disappearing at an average of 2 to 3 feet a year.

Now twenty-seven years later, the beaches are still here.  Not one of the beaches is underwater and the frightening prophecies of the global alarmists are proven false again.

The below pictures are satellite images from the Jones Beach area on Long Island.  The pictures show the beaches from 1995 through 2021.  The beaches are still here.  They have not fallen into the ocean.  The sea levels are not so high due to global warming that the beaches are gone.

The radical predictions about the rate and impact of global warming that are made by the for-profit/for rent global warming scientists are not science.

The original statements were shared to frighten people.  People will give up their freedom when frightened.  They only want protection.  Look at the COVID lockdowns to see another example of mass manipulation.

See composite below:

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