Plan On It: Little Ice Age

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Geophysicist Philip Chapman, a former NASA astronaut-scientist and former president of the National space Society, warns, “It is time to put aside the global warming dogma, at least to begin contingency planning about what to do if we are moving into another little ice age.”

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Then there’s the climate. Despite the now almost comical hysteria promoted by the global warming fanatics, the world is getting colder.
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The sun has lost its spots. As of now, all of them. By this point in the solar cycle, sunspots would ordinarily have been present in goodly numbers. Lots off sun spots mean warmth on earth; no sunspots spell drastic cooling.

The speculation in the scientific community is that we could be entering a new epoch that few would welcome. Several renowned scientists have been predicting for some time that the world could enter a period of cooling right around now, with consequences that could be dire.

“The next little ice age would be much worse than the previous one and much more harmful than anything warming may do,” says Dr. Chapman. “There are many more people now and we have become dependent on a few temperate agricultural areas, especially in the U.S. and Canada. Global warming would increase agricultural output, but global cooling will decrease it.”

Our research dollars are utterly wasted pursuing the sequestration of anthropogenic carbon dioxide, which has never been connected with global warming in fact. In a new little ice age, the loss of human life could be catastrophic.


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