Friday, December 31, 2010

Experts: Food and fuel shortages imminent as new Ice Age dawns

Terrence Aym
Helium

With an Ice Age comes abrupt change, and with change comes death—sometimes death on a massive scale.

More of the world's top scientists in the disciplines of geology, ecology, meteorology, astrophysics, and heliology [Downloadable list] are predicting that the two major cooling cycles are converging—the short term and long term Ice Ages—and Earth has just entered the beginnings of the dangerous cooling.

Both cooling periods are due and both seem to have started just as the sun's about to reach its solar maximum. When the sun goes quiet after 2012, it's expected to stay quiet for at least the next 30 to 50 years. During that time, the sun will generate significantly less heat and the planets—including Earth—will cool rapidly.

Mass migrations and famines

Now other scientists—including John L. Casey, the Director of the Space and Science Research Center—are warning that people in the coming decades are facing food and fuel shortages.


Some northern countries will be abandoned as the ice marches down from the Arctic; energy production will be interrupted; and shortened growing periods in the Northern Hemisphere will precipitate mass migrations, famines, food riots, regional conflicts and a loss of human life that could be measured on an apocalyptic scale.

Imminent crop damage was forecast back in 2007 and predicted to start by 2010.

Right on schedule the damage has been occurring as cold has gripped the Northern Hemisphere as far south as Cuba and southern Italy.

During the next 30 months the world's temperatures are predicted to drop even more dramatically and at a faster clip than the worldwide plunge recorded during 2007 to 2008.

Sun entering an extended "hibernation period"

According to Casey, “The Earth typically makes adjustments in major temperature spikes within two to three years. In this case as we cool down from El Nino, we are dealing with the combined effects of this planetary thermodynamic normalization and the influence of the more powerful underlying global temperature downturn brought on by the solar hibernation. Both forces will present the first opportunity since the period of Sun-caused global warming period ended to witness obvious harmful agricultural impacts of the new cold climate. Analysis shows that food and crop derived fuel will for the first time, become threatened in the next two and a half years. Though the SSRC does not get involved with short term weather prediction, it would not be

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4 comments:

ccoburn said...

More "predictions" from the weather nuts. Either we're all going to fry or we're all going to freeze. With them, the sky is always falling.

Hell, these people can't even tell with any degree of certainty what tomorrow's weather will be. Yet they are demanding that we give credence to their predictions about the weather a century from now. What a crock.

Anonymous said...

In Hamilton Ontario we have almost no snow whatsoever and the temps have been above 0 for most of the winter so far. In fact its 9C right now. Everywhere else around us is buried in snow.

Anonymous said...

http://www.barry.warmkessel.com/ALIENINTERVENTION.html
HAVE COMET FRAGMENT EXPLOSIONS STARTED AN ICE AGE?
There is a modest possibility that recent military (and financial) activity is linked to mid November comet fragment (e.g. meteor) atmospheric detonations over the North Atlantic and Chinese landmass that could lead to much colder global winters. It is even possible that these detonations may have initiated a Little Ice Age. These meteor related explosions are indirectly inferred from time coincident heavy fog in center/southern China and extreme cold in Europe. The former natural atmospheric explosions may have been initially interpreted as a USA military attempt to coerce China to comply with financial requests just before the mid November G20 meeting.

Anonymous said...

Que Sera

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