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Ice Age

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posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:25 PM
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Well everyones is thinking it... I am just saying it. I am sure by now been winter on your side of the world that you all know how serious this last winter is. I mean england is freezing over and well america you are next...

Well i live in Australia and i must say considering it's summer we are not getting the summer conditions we normally do... the western half of our country is getting the hot hot summers but the eastern half is freezing over.

We've got floods in QLD/NSW/VIC and SA the driest state has now had so much water that the mighty murray river which was bone dry on their end is now free flowing to the ocean...

To top it off we have also had snow in the apline regions and snow in hobart.. Now to me this is highly unusual... and if this is summer how is winter going to be next year? !!!

will this trend continue until 2012 when the full ice age sets in? or is this just a one off event or La nina as "experts" are calling it




posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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Swap?

I just posted on another thread the atrocious heatwave temps of today.... 40c - 38c at the moment, and all I have is an old water based air con, and let me tell you it's just making hot muggy air at the moment. I cannot get dry no matter what I do.

but then, this time of the year it is normal to be sweltering in the 40's. you guys are really copping it tho.

still, swap??
I blame the pommy dad and the scot mum I had for my intolerance to heat... I should be in snow and blizzards...


edit on 26/12/2010 by badw0lf because: the heat.. im delerious... watteerrrr....



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:38 PM
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The world changes.
We adapt.
End of story.



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:41 PM
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Taking into account what you are stating, it would seem our weather has changed?

The hot areas are now cold and the cold areas now hot? Does this seem to be the trend? Or is the weather patterns just affecting certain areas.

this could all make the difference as to weather it's a build up leading into an ice age or if it's something in the ocean/air affecting certain regions?

Maybe our earth has slightly shifted already? This could perhaps explain why certain regions only are been affected



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:45 PM
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Originally posted by Spriggs
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The world changes.
We adapt.
End of story.


well it's not end of story, i think we should be prepared, after all if areas that were once hot are freezing over and flooding over naturally populations will move and likewise wish areas experience heat waves that were once wet and cold they will need to prepare for water storage options.

i think we need to find patterns everyone if you can list your location and what your weather normally is, and if it has changed and by how much it has changed.

For example, Western Australia whilst still getting proper summer has experienced lower cyclones and flooding in regions that were dry, whilst Eastern states has been experiencing monsoonal rains from the north and freezing temperatures from the south?

now this makes little sense to me, why are the colder weather coming higher from up south and why is the tropical weather coming south from north

If our country was shifting one way or the other this can be explained but since we are getting both sides what is causing it?



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:49 PM
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The world changes.
We adapt OR die no matter who tries to stop it either way.
End of story.



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 10:51 PM
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I wish I could manifest ideas like that...no such luck so far though
I think maybe there are more abstract things that happen in life that could make it possible to argue that thoughts manifest themselves...
ie. Nervous new driver keeps thinking they're going to hit the wrong peddle if they have to act fast - then someone cuts them off and sure enough they hit the wrong one or miss the pedal altogether...

It was a well written and thoughtful post - I liked it

S & F



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 11:14 PM
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an ice age? global warming? next thing we'll hear is the skys falling. indiana's temps will be warm this new years, rare but not unheard of. the farmers almanac strangly doesnt predict an ice age. hmmm...


 
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posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 11:31 PM
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It's called WINTER.....
Yawn



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 11:38 PM
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Originally posted by Skippy1138
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It's called WINTER.....
Yawn


yes, and in Australia it's called summer. In winter we get snow, in summer we get sunny beaches and 40 degree days.

But it's summer now and we've had monsoonal rains in QLD, floods in VIC/SA and we've got snow in the alpine regions and hobart.

Now that's winter weather.... so why is it still winter?



posted on Dec, 26 2010 @ 11:45 PM
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well if an ice age were to start soon, we could always just take over Africa, Central and South America. Who knows, maybe thats why they are being kept at 3rd world status. Easier to move in for TPTB. The Bush clan does have land in Paraguay or Uraguay....

I actually wish there would be another ice age because sea levels would drop and think of the archeological digs we could do at the newly exposed shorelines!
edit on 26-12-2010 by Electric Crown because: I hate peanut butter



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:17 AM
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I was going to say its all part of the cyclic nature of the universe and the 26,000 year precession,but wait,someone already did ?Or has it been disproven.
Certainly if you look at the world meteorolgical gulf streams they have stopped functioning as they would,became disjointed and fragmentary with no solidity of flow,so a polarization affect has set in,all wind turbulence around the equatorial regions and freezing temperature inversions at polar regions,generally a polarization affect.
Does this herald a iceage?Well not really not unless it stays that way for 6 months reflecting solar rays and the escalation spreads further south with persistance toward the equator !
Although this is unlikely as there are fluctuations then maybe next year or maybe 2012 either way the weathers certainly not global warming,which does make you wonder .



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:20 AM
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Well if you claim it's because of certain oceans not moving/flowing the way they are meant to that could explain a bit, after all it's only the east coast experiencing this weather the west coast is still stinking hot.

So that into account to prove or dis prove it's the oceans what other other immediate countries experiencing?



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:25 AM
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mark my words, we will not be alive.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:28 AM
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Yep, I know what your talking about. I live on the Vic/NSW border on the murray river and it is unbelievable how high the river has been over the past 3-4 months. Not only the murray, other rivers and lakes which have been dry for the last 5-10 years also.

The weather has got me thinking aswell as Im used to sitting out in the scorching sun getting sunburnt Christmas day, but this year it was not the case. It continues to be overcast most of the day, very cold at night and not very hot during the day.

I know for a fact it is usually hot until around April here in Victoria, so it will be interesting to see if the true summer even decides to show up this year. The way things are going it does not look like it.

Also about 4-5 months ago we got a Tornado which is extremely odd.
edit on 27-12-2010 by Redevilfan09 because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:30 AM
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Several months ago chile was frozen down to the beach?Europe has had,and is still alerting of major snowstorms,now the US is on freeze alert,not forgetting it was snowing in southern turkey on the borderer with syria in the Med.
Also the meditereanian sea mysteriously tidal waved onto the shores of israel,wind storms in arabia with cyclonic rain rather odd ,not forgetting all the geological activity over the lastyear:
My guess the big crunch



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:36 AM
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Originally posted by Destroyer2012
will this trend continue until 2012 when the full ice age sets in?


? Our planet has technically been in an "ice age" since the Pleistocene... so, I'd say the "full ice age" has already set in.

Winters and summers all over the globe are rarely consistent - not on our planet, or any others that we study, for that matter. It is inevitable that with universal expansion and global warming that occurs on ALL planets, you are never going to have the same season twice, and there is nothing that any civilization can do to affect what will eventually become of this miniscule sphere that we call home.

The only consistent trend is that climates will change over time, and on Earth we can either use the advantages of human intelligence to advance our technologies and adapt to survive comfortably, or we can sit around and complain and wait to be eradicated.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:43 AM
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When I say big crunch I mean crunched by Ice as the electromagnetic cycle alters moving moisture to differential locations not in normal situ,disrupting the normal flow and accumulation points of climate control,in essence the conveyer belts themselves
We can only wait and see.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 12:59 AM
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There are many factors to weather, and geography, and how they change from year to year, i too am from australia.

It is indeed called la nina, the reason areas that are cold are now hot and vice versa, is because of the weather changes, the heat is more severe due to global warming, we all know how the water evaporates and makes rain, well since it's really hot, more clouds are made, hence more rain in regions that never recieved it in the last few years.

This isn't some thing new or strange, seasons change. Australia has experianced La nina before, so this isnt some thing new. After all we are in a tropical zone.



posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 01:09 AM
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Makes total sense, but what bothers me is this sudden ice age that is happening, all over the world, we are hearing worst blizzard in 10 years,i too live on the border. A/W on the murray and for the lake to fill up so fast is amazing.

But i guess we'll have to wait until next winter in australia to truly see the effect. What bothers me is all our dams are full so are our lakes and rivers and if this trend continues our floods this year which we are still getting in summer are really going to be a disaster in winter!

all that water has to go somewhere and we need to prepare. our government especially need to come out right now and say what is going on if they know for the sake of the population

Well while we may be in a sub tropical climate Australia it's not exactly known for snow. so while la nina may explain this whats explaining the cold weathers? surely a la nina could not possibly bring snow to a normally 30 degree area at this time of year




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