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Is that really all you have to contribute to your own OP?
George Kukla, together with Robert Matthews of Brown University, convened a conference in 1972 entitled “The Present Interglacial: How and When will it End?”, and reported it in Science magazine... [note the date is the SAME as Maurice Strong chairing the First Earth Summit and starting the Global Warming scare]
Kukla and Matthews alerted President Richard Nixon, and as a result the US Administration set up a Panel on the Present Interglacial involving the State Department and other agencies....
George Kukla: Well almost all of us have been pretty sure that there were only four ice ages, separated by relatively long warm intervals. But now we know that there were twenty in the last two million years. And the warm periods are much shorter than we believed originally. They are something around 10,000 years long. and I’m sorry to say that the one we are living in now has just passed its 10,000 year birthday. That of course means that the ice age is due now any time. calderup.wordpress.com...
Originally posted by _damon
reply to post by Thill
yes but because these bastards medias make a fuss about it like its "HIGHLY unusual", people believe it and spread the madness. So ats members, are you really denying ignorance? When i read this thread, i think you are swimming into it! Thats hilarious and pitiful.
Originally posted by SunshineLaws
Thanks for the OP. I have been curious about the oil spill in the Gulf and how it could possibly affect the winter in Britain. Last year's January white-out was a nightmare according to all of the reports I read. Does anyone remember the satellite photos of the event?
Source: Snow-blanketed Britain seen from space
Originally posted by Mercenary2007
reply to post by rajaten
and i guess you don't know how the loop current in the gulf works or how the gulf stream works either.
and i guess you didn't know that our weather happens in cycles. some of those cycles last over 100's of years.
do some real research then come back and say the gulf stream is dead. because from where i'm at right now the gulf stream is sitting right on top of me getting ready to bring in a nasty weather system with a bunch of really cold air. but then again that always happens this time of year where i live. it gets down right cold here in the winter!