Why We Must Forget About Man-Made Global Warming and Come To Terms With the Fact That the Next Ice Age Could Begin Any Day
Richard Syrett welcomes author/researcher Robert Felix to discuss the cold weather currently experienced in parts of the southern hemisphere where it is now summer, and how it ties in with his research of a coming ice age.
Repeated cycles of ice ages show up in the geological records, says Felix. These include the Solar Retrograde Cycle (every 180 years), the Little Ice Age cycle (every 360 years, related to minimal sunspots), the Milankovitch Cycle (every 11,500 years), and Orbital Stretch (every 105,000 years).
Felix explains why he thinks every one of those cycles is now due to hit.