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There’s a strong possibility that the climate could change and drastically alter life as we know it. I don’t think there’s any sane person who would disagree to this. The reality is, we are not going to escape an ice age. It may be fast or slow, but the change will happen (changing the climate globally, not just the weather). It has happened before on Earth and is bound to happen again.

The Climate Change Ice Age Why You Should Be Prepared


The Effects Of The Climate Change Ice Age Are Already Being Felt

You’ve probably heard about the terrifying prophecies of climate change, but did you know that the effects are already being felt? Some climate scientists are predicting a disastrous drop in temperature within less than five years.

With the ice caps melting at an alarming rate, sea levels rising and weather patterns changing, the future is grim.

The idea that we’re facing an ice age is nothing new. In fact, it’s been predicted for decades but never really taken seriously by most people. However, recent research suggests that these predictions may be coming true far sooner than anyone imagined.

The science behind this prediction is quite simple: as temperatures rise, more water evaporates into the atmosphere which leads to heavier rainfall. This results in flooding and landslides which cause further warming by increasing evaporation again.

The cycle continues until it reaches a tipping point where global temperatures plummet to potentially catastrophic levels – a phenomenon known as an ice age.

Regions of Planet Earth Are Getting Much Colder

You know that the Earth is getting hot and will continue to get hotter in the future, right? Well, maybe not. Scientists monitoring global surface temperatures are now warning that the earth might be entering a new period of cooling.

Yeah, I know, they’ve already said the planet is heating up. But recent developments show that this might not be happening at a rate as high as previously thought.

Did you know that, despite the overall global warming trend, some regions of our planet are getting colder? Not just a little colder—as much as 5°F in some places.

This is a serious concern for scientists, who fear this drop in temperature may be a sign that we’re entering a “mini-ice age”. Although it sounds counterintuitive, climate change can result in periods of colder temperatures.

The shrinking of the polar ice cap exposes areas of the ocean which have not been exposed for centuries. This area of open water reflects less solar energy back into space than land or ice does. As a result of this reflective shuffle, the climate balance is thrown off and changes occur much more frequently and drastically than before.

More extreme weather patterns begin to form on our planet’s surface. If these patterns align with each other to create an overall cooling trend, then it’s possible that we could be looking at an entirely new period of glaciation—in other words: an ice age!

Scientists Are Predicting That We Will Have A New Ice Age Within 15 Years

They say only the strong shall survive, but with the drastic temperature changes that are predicted to hit the Earth soon, this will be very little comfort to those on its receiving end. A group of multi-national scientists have issued a startling prediction — that climate change will cause a new Ice Age.

What is the reason for this prediction? The reason is that the temperature changes will be so severe that weather patterns will become unpredictable and extreme. This means that temperatures in many regions of the planet will fall below freezing levels and snowfall will become much more common than at present.

According to some sources, as well as issues relating to weather patterns and temperature drops there will also be an increase in earthquakes, floods and tsunamis caused by tectonic plate movements caused by melting glaciers. This is a very worrying prospect indeed!

Protect The Environment

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The fact that we are facing these problems is no consolation at all to those facing catastrophe right now, but it should serve as a warning that we need to do something about our global environment right away. If we don’t act now, then everyone on Earth is in danger of becoming victims of what has been referred to as the ‘sixth extinction’ — the demise of millions of species throughout our world.

The reason for this is simple — with the Earth’s climate becoming warmer, the speed of the Gulf Stream is likely to slow down, causing a drastic drop in temperature in regions such as Northern Europe. This will bring about freezing temperatures, increased rainfall, and flooding in areas of Europe and the eastern United States.

The report blames global warming for melting ice caps, which are disrupting ocean currents that transfer heat from the tropics to higher latitudes. The report, which has been published in “Nature” magazine, suggests that global warming could lessen the strength of the Gulf Stream by as much as 30 per cent.

The New Ice Age Will Destroy The Economy, Kill Millions, And Cause Famine

I’m sure many of you were pondering what would cause the destruction of the human species should an ice age occur. There is also a large contingency who will think that this is the start of some kind of conspiracy story.

The simple fact is the earth is returning to its natural climate cycle and seeing as we have been sheltered by the remnants of a previous climate system (the last ice age) we will be unprepared for the changes that come.

These changes will take place over generations, so I’m not talking about a situation where one morning you wake up and find that snow has fallen from the sky, or that there’s frost on your windshield.

The changes will come gradually, with new weather patterns emerging, such as stronger storms, and more rain in some areas, less in others. There will be longer winters and colder summers as things progress, but it might not seem like anything outside of normal climate variations at first.

Eventually, though, these variations will become so extreme that they will cause food shortages and force us to move much closer together to maintain a sustainable population. If we are not prepared for this eventuality, we may very well wipe ourselves out.

The beauty of our current climate is that it allows us to be comfortable in our homes and workplaces whilst we enjoy our lives. We do not need to worry about having enough food to eat or shelter from the elements because we can have everything we need in abundance.

Unfortunately, this may all change soon, in fact, if the scientists are right then it is already too late, and we are doomed to perish in a new ice age.

You Can Prepare To Survive The Worst Of The Climate Change Ice Age

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the supposed coming ice age, and while some may think this is a crazy suggestion, there are plenty of people who believe it’s a possibility. Those believers are right to be concerned, as many experts have indicated that an ice age is imminent.

Preparing for the worst is always a good idea, especially when it comes to climate change. The issue of climate change has been hotly debated in recent years, and while some people refuse to believe the science behind the theory, there are plenty of people who are concerned about what could happen if we don’t act now.

You can’t survive without shelter, so make sure that your home is ready for the harsh conditions that an ice age will bring. The first thing to do is make sure that your house is well insulated. This will help protect you from heat loss during the winter months, which could cause hypothermia if left unchecked.

Endangered Species Affected

The situation is so serious, in fact, that there is even a list of endangered species that are being affected by climate change. Of course, it is human beings who are hurting these species the most due to various factors including deforestation and pollution…read more

You should also place storm shutters on all windows so they can withstand strong winds and heavy snowfall — but don’t forget to remove them when summer arrives!

As anyone who has ever lived through a winter knows, food becomes scarce during cold months because crops cannot grow in frozen soil — even if they do manage to survive the cold temperatures themselves. This means that there will be less food available in stores and bakeries during the winter months.

The good news is that you can prepare to survive the worst of the climate change ice age. The bad news is that it will be difficult and expensive to do so, but it’s better to be prepared than not.

There May Not Be Much Time Left Before The Climate Change Ice Age Strikes

This new ice age will be worse than the last one, where the average temperature was just 12°C lower than it is today. The consequences of this drastic cooling will be disastrous, people will die.

According to a new study, the climate change ice age is just around the corner. The research suggests that this could be the first of many more ice ages to come. It also says that it will happen in only a few decades and that we need to do something about it now before it’s too late.

But what does the climate change ice age mean for us? Well, for starters, if you live in an area where winters are already harsh then you’re going to have a lot more snowfall than usual. In addition to this, there might be less sunlight during the summer months due to increased cloud cover. This means fewer crops growing and higher food prices.

You may also notice some changes in other parts of your life as well such as less energy available or even new diseases that haven’t been seen before.

Planet Earth has gone through several ice ages throughout its history, but now it seems we may be heading into one sooner than we’d like. In just a few hundred years, glaciers will grow, and sea levels will drop as the planet cools.

In mere centuries, however, Planet Earth could face conditions that haven’t been seen on the planet for millions of years—and if humans still exist by then, we might have to find somewhere else to live.

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