About the book



The next ice age could begin any day

Next week, next month, next year, it’s not a question of if, only when.

One day you’ll wake up – or you won’t wake up, rather – buried beneath nine stories of snow. It’s all part of a dependable, predictable cycle, a natural cycle that returns like clockwork every 11,500 years.

And since the last ice age ended almost exactly 11,500 years ago . . .

“Staggering in its implications. A must-read.”

Beginning with the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, Not by Fire but by Ice explores the relationship between mass extinctions, ice ages, and magnetic reversals (times when compasses
pointed south instead of north).

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2 thoughts on “About the book”

  1. Knowing what you know, where would you live in the USA and want to grow some of your own food and freeze your ass off?

  2. Planting snow peas today in Nome Ak. ¶%^) Skinned a fox roadkill from the dump, splattered blood in my face, rubbed my eyes!
    Q might be the least used letter in English but they use the hell out of it in Arabic… And what about those Arabic Numerals?
    Have a nice extinction!


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