20 Jun 11 ' Since the late 1980s a “consensus” of scientists, we were told,
agreed that the Earth was in a period of “global warming” and anybody who
disputed that was a “skeptic” or a “denier.”
Then, in 1998, the Earth began to cool. The handful of scientists at the heart
of the global warming hoax began to sweat and not from the heat, but because
they knew their scheme, created and blessed by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on
Climate Change (IPCC) would soon be revealed. Frantic emails went back and forth
as they tried to come up with some way of keeping the lie alive.
Literally thousands of scientists had climbed on the global warming bandwagon,
scooping up billions in research grants that were all intended to “prove” that
global warming was real. Nations, including ours, were making investments and
controlling people’s lives based on the hoax. By 2009, the game was up. A huge
blizzard concluded the 2009 IPCC Copenhagen climate change conference. The next
one was held in Acapulco.
On June 30-July 1, the
headquartered in Chicago, a free-market policy center, will hold what may likely
be the last of its six climate change conferences, all of which debunked
global warming by bringing together some very brave scientists to present
seminars based on real, not fraudulent, science. It will be held in Washington,
D.C. You will be able to “attend” by watching it on streaming video.
In 1997 Robert W. Felix published a book, “Not by Fire, but by Ice”, a softcover.
It’s second edition, can be purchased from his website,
IceAgeNow.com. For anyone
interested in knowing the truth about the Earth’s many cycles of warming and
cooling, and especially about its ice ages, I recommend it. While there, pick up
his other book, “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.”
Fourteen years ago Felix pointed out that ice ages occur in a “dependable,
predictable, natural cycle that returns like clockwork every 11,500 years.” Then
he noted that the Earth is at the end of the current interglacial period!
The human species, homo sapiens, that had been evolving from an ape-like state
really hit its stride around 500,000 years ago while modern humans showed up
around 200,000 years ago. It took a while to learn how to use fire, make tools,
develop language, and spread around. It wasn’t until about 5,000 years ago that
what we call civilization began.
In addition to developing agriculture, building pyramids, and such, our
ancestors spent their time making war on each other. With each passing century
we developed new weapons of war, plundering, looting, raping and pillaging.
Religions were invented, discarded, refined, but the wars have continued
unabated. Now we are so “advanced” we can kill thousands of people with a single
Civilization was greatly facilitated by an interglacial period that provided
increasing crop yields to feed armies and populations clustered in cities,
virtually all of which were surrounded by large walls.
Since the weather was critical to agriculture and the waging of war, humans
began to pay greater attention to what the sun was doing and keeping records. It
was noticed that lots of sunspot activity was an indicator of warmer climate.
From 1645 to 1715, virtually no sunspots appeared and this phenomenon called the
Maunder Minimum coincided with the Little Ice Age. Rivers froze over in Europe
and America. Crops failed. Revolutions occurred.
Now, instead of “global warming”, scientists are agog over
a new slowing of sunspot activity—enormous
magnetic storms—something that occurs every 11 years, half of the 22-year
sunspot cycle. Now the U.S. National Solar Observatory and the U.S. Air Force
Research Laboratory are suggesting that a new Little Ice Age is on its way.
Robert W. Felix told them that back in 1997 while most U.S. climate agencies
were still blathering away with global warming predictions. This time, though,
based on cycles known to the ancient Chinese and others, they have gotten it
What is not being said, however, is that this predicted Little Ice Age could
very well turn into a very Big Ice Age. It’s due.
It could start tomorrow. Bundle up!
© Alan Caruba, 2011
Earth may enter a Little Ice Age within a decade