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Seems newsworthy to me, maybe Time will run another cover story on it.The Internet of things (Io T) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data.
They totally ignore the rest of the picture of 1970s climate science: that increasing CO2 would cause global warming.
one of the first consequences of implementing the Internet of things by equipping all objects in the world with minuscule identifying devices or machine-readable identifiers would be to transform daily life.
For example, such technology could grant motion-picture publishers much more control over end-user private devices by remotely enforcing copyright restrictions and digital rights management, so the ability of a customer who bought a Blu-ray disc to watch the movie could become dependent on the copyright holder's decision, similar to Circuit City's failed DIVX.
And so the media of the time published many stories about a coming ice age, which made for timely reading during some very cold winters.
But many news stories also mentioned that other important detail about CO2: that our climate might soon change due to global warming.
What about this cover from December 1973 with Archie Bunker shivering in his chair entitled “The Big Freeze”? Maybe this cover from January 1977, again entitled “The Big Freeze”? How about this one from December 1979, “The Cooling of America”? Check out: Ubuntu and Linux Books ___________________ Now, there really were news articles in the 1970s about scientists predicting a coming ice age. People have collected lists and lists of “Coming Ice Age” stories from newspapers, magazines, books, tv shows, etc. But if it was such a big news story why did it never make the cover of America’s flagship news magazine like the faked image implies? In the 1970s there were a few developments in climate science: The realization that very long cycles in earth’s orbit could cause the waxing and waning of ice ages, coupled with the fact that our soot and aerosols were already causing cooling, led some scientists to conclude that we may be headed for another ice age. However, the warming effects of CO2 had been known for over a century, and new research in the 1970s was showing that CO2 warming would more than compensate for the cooling caused by aerosols, resulting in net warming.