Checkout Ice Age Now…..

…before going outside and chopping more firewood-

Hmmmm….record snowfall,record cold temps,all over the Northern Hemisphere.I see a trend forming here.

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21 Responses to Checkout Ice Age Now…..

  1. Fred says:

    From the website; “Our planet has enjoyed 10 warm periods during the past 10,000 years.”

    It’s also important to note about these warm periods that not all areas of the planet had the same level of increase at the same time…because it’s NOT A STATIC SYSTEM you leftest imbeciles. And the more we learn about space I’m starting to think that it’s not even a closed system.

    • tranquil says:

      You’re right, Fred – it’s definitely not a closed system. There will be a sh*tload of heat that is radiated away into space.

      Anyway – if there *is* an ice-age coming along, it could be great for the West (for several reasons).

      1 – The muzz-scum prefer hotter climates so the colder Western countries can get, the better.

      2 – There is some evidence that a change to a colder climate can trigger outbreaks of the plague. This may have happened with the Plague of Justinian which happened soon after a cataclysmic volcanic eruption in the late 530s A.D. (probably Krakatoa) that affected climate around the world for a number of years.
      Muzz-scum would be most affected by such an outbreak, given that many live in the streets and in filthy overcrowded conditions.

      Colder climates would seem to favour an influenza outbreak too.
      Again, the muzz-scum would be heaviest hit.

      Ok, an ice-age would lead to problems with food production (especially crop production) but human ingenuity should overcome a lot of that. Greenhouses could at least grow fruit and veges. Wheat would be a bigger problem.

      • Fred says:

        You mention ‘human ingenuity’. I read an argument not long ago that indicated the reason whites are mostly responsible for modern technological advances is because we survived in colder climates forcing innovation in food gathering, hunting, and farming. Additionally perhaps indoor heat and indoor flushable plumbing advances as well. And manufacturing starting with clothes and materials for home building. All this may stem from colder weather peoples. Running around half nakit with you tribe of warriors is not a luxury those in northern climes had.

        Of course, shitting in your drinking water supply century after century isn’t exactly appealing but I’m not judging anybody here, what do I know.

        • Darin says:

          This is true,necessity is the mother of invention and a short growing season coupled with the real possibility of starvation created the imputus to invent methods and devices to make better use of the short season.

      • Robertv says:

        So what you are saying is that the ‘greens’ who want a colder climate hate muzz-scum.

    • Robertv says:

      And even if those last 10 000 years were a bit warmer than the 90 000 years before they still form part of the ongoing ice age.

      Much warmer is the normal for our planet.

    • Robertv says:

      It has never been about climate but always about power. They use climate only so you give away your freedom voluntarily.

      Realise that climate is just 1 of the many tools to achieve that goal by our progressive friends.

      Direct taxation is another one. Form 1040 tells you what you are, A SLAVE. It gives Big Brother the right to know everything about you.
      min 27,43

  2. Darin says:

    Not much mention is made of it,but Volcanic activity over the last decade has slowly been trending upward.

    More dust in the atmosphere has several implications,colder temps is just one.

  3. Ronbo says:

    Greenland – for over 400 years starting around 1000 A.D. during a period of Global Warming – was colonized by the Vikings and in the south it was warm enough for farming and the grazing of cattle, sheep, etc.

    In fact, the Greenland colony (which in terms of geography is part of North America) was doing so well for a couple of hundred years that the Pope sent a Bishop to oversee the various churches that had been founded by the settlers…

    Then the climate became much colder and farming became impossible. The colonists could have adopted the ways of the native Greenlanders, the Eskimos, whom they were in contact with and who would have shared their cold weather survival techniques with the them, but they refused to adapt the Arctic climate because they thought themselves superior Europeans….or perhaps they were told by their leaders to stay on the farms because that the warm days would return and the snow would melt and the glorious days of Greenland European style farming would return…but it didn’t….

    Thus the first European colony in North America ended in starvation, freezing and disease in the early 15th century.

    There is a lesson here for those who refuse to believe in and adapt to REAL climate change.

    • Fred says:

      Interesting. I read somewhere that England had a thriving grape vineyard industry and some of the best wine in the known world as recently as the middle ages. It has since cooled there and now, as we know, France has the ‘best’ wine.

      • Ronbo says:

        Yep! I think the Romans – those ancient lovers of fine wine, baths and orgies (with lots willing slave girls, the cads! :-) – started the vineyards in the south of England during their 400 year occupation (after driving out the blue painted Celts, who were reduced to running naked in the hills of Scotland with spears after game for meals and their fur) :-) – and likely in France as well – as their years in northern Europe happened in a warm climate period….I do believe the European vineyards are now located only in southern Europe.

        • mawm says:

          There are still vineyards in England but I can’t say anything positive about their wines. There are also some claims that the Viking grew grapes in Greenland…

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