Academics say we need to stop global warming by reducing population, and have 11,000 academic signatories behind this idea.

AAAS Reaffirms Statement on Climate Change | American Association for the Advancement of Science

Scientists Call for Population Control in Mass Climate Alarm – Bloomberg

This is the same stance AAAS took 100 years ago when they were key backers of eugenics.

The Second International Congress of Eugenics Address of Welcome

U.S. Scientists’ Role in the Eugenics Movement (1907–1939): A Contemporary Biologist’s Perspective

The climate was killing a lot of people 100 years ago too.

04 Sep 1921, 61 – New York Herald at Newspapers.com

TimesMachine: October 3, 1921 – NYTimes.com

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Prior to data tampering, 1921 was the second hottest year on record in the US.

NASA 1999

Consensus science reached its peak ten years later in 1931 when academics published “100 Scientists Against Einstein” – which was based on Eugenics rather than physics.

Einstein realized his life was in danger from the scientific consensus in Germany, and fled to the US in 1932. He convinced President Roosevelt to build an atomic bomb before Germany did.

This month in 1931 brought the worst floods in world  history to China.

21 Aug 1931 – 30 MILLIONS HUNGRY – Trove

24 Aug 1931, Page 1 – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

The Top 5 Deadliest Floods in History

At the same time, people were starving in the US from the drought.

20 Jan 1931 – STARVATION IN U.S.A. – Trove

20 Feb 1931, Page 13 – Dunkirk Evening Observer at Newspapers.com

Eugenics has been continuously alive and well at the United Nations for the past 100 years.

TimesMachine: November 25, 1969 – NYTimes.com

“we must eliminate 350,000 people per day”

“We are going to suffocate because of carbon dioxide. it stimulates breathing, and we shall all end up panting to death if amounts of CO2 continue to increase.”

UNESCO Magazine November 1991

UNESCO Magazine November 1991

Meanwhile, on this date in 1936 Indianola, Texas was wiped off the map by a category 4 hurricane during the busiest US hurricane season record.

20 Aug 1886, 5 – The Hartland Times at Newspapers.com

There were “remarkable storms” and heatwaves over much of the world that day, which came shortly after a giant solar storm.

20 Aug 1886, Page 4 – Democrat and Chronicle at Newspapers.com

A tornado struck Connecticut on this date in 1787.

20 Aug 1787, Page 3 – Hartford Courant at Newspapers.com

And on this date in 1955, there was 90 and 100 degree temperatures coast to coast and record rain and flooding in the Northeast.

TimesMachine: Saturday August 20, 1955 – NYTimes.com

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August 20, 2021 by tonyheller