“Crop failure and famine will no doubt accompany a new dawning ice age and that spells trouble for most of the world population.”
– Benito Lorez
We have all been herded like cattle into the global warming pen
Pretty sure it’s global COOLING not warming as I’ve been telling people for a long, long time now. What I’m not sure about is how long it will last. Will it be a “mini ice age” or a long term one? I think it’s anyone’s guess.
Our present warming period began about 14k-12k years ago and in that brief time civilization developed as we know it today.
Crop failure and famine will no doubt accompany a new dawning ice age and that spells trouble for most of the world population. Along with famine comes disease and that spells even more trouble, sadly.
Even NASA has warned about the possibility of a returning glaciation and, yet, their warning was drowned out by the global warming crowd. That may be to our own demise unfortunately.
Some of my relatives live in Texas and they all have horrendous stories about the ice storm last week. Many were ill prepared for it in terms of water, food, etc. They didn’t think it would be as bad and long as it was. Others had power through the entire time and now they have their electric bills which are in the 1000s of dollars for one month. Astounding!
What bothers me most about this issue is that we have not been prepared for any cooling that is coming. Instead we have all been herded like cattle into the global warming pen…..well many but not all. I do not find this surprising at all as humans tend to believe a lie that makes them comfortable rather than the truth that scares the heck out of them just thinking about it. And we humans kind of have a herd mentality even if it means going off the cliff with the leader of the pack, unfortunately.
I think the day is soon coming when we will wish we had more nuclear power plants and coal plants but, then, it will be TOO LATE.
Perhaps when the next warming period dawns those who come after us will have leaders who care more about PEOPLE than their own greed. Perhaps.