Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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"You thought last winter was bad?
23 May 10 - "You thought last winter was bad? Wait until this
winter," says Dr. Don Easterbrook, Professor of Geology at Western
Washington University in Bellingham, WA.
Natural global warming much more intense than modern warming has occurred many times in the geologic past without CO2 change, says Easterbrook. And it can happen fast. Fifteen thousand years ago, temperatures rose 10 to 20 degrees in just one century.
"About 12,800 years ago we dropped into the Younger Dryas," says Easterbrook. "When we came out of the Younger Dryas, temperatures rose 15 degrees in just 40 years."
"Then, from about 10,000 years ago to 3,000 years ago, temperatures
were warmer than now." (So much for today's so-called
Global cooling is far more harmful to humans than global warming,
1. Twice as many people are killed by extreme cold than by extreme heat.
2. Decrease in global food
production—hardest hit will be third-world
3. Increase in per capita energy demands.
4. Decreased ability to cope with the population
"Climate changes in the geologic record show a regular pattern of
"There is a strong correlation between solar changes, the PDO,
"Expect global cooling for the next 2-3 decades that will be far
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