It’s the folks over at No Truth Zone again. Thanks (do I mean that? No, I don’t) ATTP for drawing it to my attention (via the swamp that is Breitbart). The wiki part is tediously wrong; see A child’s garden of wikipedia, part I in the unlikely event of your not being able to work out why yourself. It is though important to realise that Breitbart and NTZ are lying about everything; not just the important bits. Notice also the way that Peterson is Rasooled.
NTZ achieves it’s trick by the not-very-subtle method of redefining the meaning of “global cooling scare”. Instead of being a worry about the future, it comes to include papers from the 1960s and 1970s that indicated the globe had cooled (by -0.3° C between the 1940s and ’70s). And some other things. Naturally, if you do that you’ll get a very different answer (note also that estimate is no longer valid, but it looked like that then; the temperature records have got better).
I didn’t bother look through their full list of papers (did you? Did you find any new and interesting ones in the list? Do tell). They will, inevitably, be wrong. One obvious wrong one is them citing the 1975 NAS report in their favour, which it isn’t.
Wiki note: the wiki article [[Global Cooling]] has been stable for ages. Oddly, just after the NTZ post, “User:Urbansiberia” tried its hand; for example correcting erroneous claims (referencing, ho ho ho, Breitbart; as though anyone could use that as a reference) or the what-might-appear-to-be-more-subtle-if-you’re-clueless-about-wikipedia summary-free edit.
* 1970s cooling, again (2013)
* We’re number 1! (2009)
* Global cooling awareness in the 60’s?
* 2018/11: The 1970s Global Cooling Consensus was not a Myth – WUWT has another go, this time by Angus McFarlane. Fortunately Nick Stokes is there to point out their errors. Also fortunately, we can tell that AMcF is a nutter, because he is kind enough to write words equivalent to “I am a nutter”.