The New York Times published it’s first newspaper in January of 1855, they have been publishing climate change propaganda articles within a few years, and not a single one has ever come true.
New York Times - Jan 05, 1855
"As however, in that portion of the United States which is inhabited, the lands already cleared and cultivated do not probably exceed one-eigth part of it's surface, it necessarily follows that we shall eventually see our climate undergo as great a change as that of England has undoubtedly done since the time of Caesar, only in a far shorter period..."CITATION: New York Times - Jan 05, 1855 - page 4 IMAGEHOLDER.ORG: PROQUEST: PDF: ARCHIVE:
New York Times - Feb 24, 1895
"Great masses of ice are frequently observed by navigators in far more southerly position during the summer months in the Atlantic than was the case a few years ago, and the effect of these icebergs is to materially reduce the temperature of Scandinavia and Iceland The latter island in late years has been suffering so severely that corn no longer ripens there, and the inhabitants, in fear of approaching famine, and a still colder climate, are emigrating to North America..."CITATION: New York Times - Feb 24, 1895 - page 6 IMAGEHOLDER.ORG: PROQUEST: PDF: ARCHIVE: