Are we seeing a new Ice Age?

Published on Apr 14, 2017

An ice age, or more precisely, a glacial age, is a period of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earth’s surface and atmosphere. With so much cold weather and world temperatures falling more Scientists now see global cooling occurring, and warn of a new ice age. Robert Felix, a former architect, became interested in the ice-age cycle back in 1991. He spent the next eight and a half years, full-time, researching and writing.


One Response to “Are we seeing a new Ice Age?”

  1. Tapestry says:

    The ice age occurs when ice and snow cover the Northern Hemisphere. The ice reflects 95% of the heat of the sun back out into space. If a black covering of dust is spread over the ice, it stops reflecting. It would be easy to reverse using this method. Interestingly Ice Ages reverse when they dry out the world and there’s no rain. Plants die, and dust storms circle the globe. This dust settles on the ice and starts to absorb the warmth of the sun again. The ice then melts and the inter-ice age arrives. This process was established as how it works by pulling up hundreds of thousands of years of ice cover from different parts of the world. Source – Ralph ELlis.
    Equally an Ice Age could be triggered by blanking out sunlight using airoplane chemtrails.

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