20 feet of snow in one storm

Not by Fire but by Ice


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If it gets any warmer we’ll all freeze to death


5 Dec 06 - Here’s a great article by Philip V. Brennan. Phil predicts
that "within the next 24 months some areas of the U.S. will have 20 feet
of snow falling in just one storm."

Let's see, the earth is warming at an alarming rate and in no time at all
it will be too late to keep us all from being barbecued by Mother Nature.

At least that's what the esteemed Albert Gore keeps telling us, in terms
that get more shrill as each day goes by.

Strangely, wherever Mr. Gore travels about the world sounding the
alarm it suddenly turns bone chilling cold and mounds of snow pile up.
But not to worry, say his supporters who explain that, those bitter cold
fronts are the result of guess what . . . global warming! It would appear
that the warmer the earth gets, the colder it gets. If it gets any warmer
we'll all freeze to death.

I don't know where Al Gore was a couple of days ago when much of
the U.S. endured late-winter type temperatures and record breaking
early snow falls.

Now I'm going to stick my neck way out and make a prediction about
the next two winters. I base it on my conviction that all the signs point
to the onset of an ice age and that we are well into the 20-year period
which history has shown to precede the onset of periods of glaciation.
In that 20-year period, it has been shown that Mother Nature gets more
and more violent and the climate gets colder and colder and snow fall gets
deeper and deeper.

My prediction: Within the next 24 months some areas of the U.S. will
have 20 feet of snow falling in just one storm.

Phil now goes on to mention several things about this web site
(iceagenow.com), which I certainly appreciate.


See full article at:

Phil Brennan is a veteran journalist who writes for NewsMax.com. He
is editor & publisher of Wednesday on the Web (http://www.pvbr.com)
and was Washington columnist for National Review magazine in the 1960s.
He also served as a staff aide for the House Republican Policy Committee
and helped handle the Washington public relations operation for the Alaska
Statehood Committee which won statehood for Alaska. He is also a trustee
of the Lincoln Heritage Institute and a member of the Association For
Intelligence Officers.





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