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Old 01-31-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
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Default Ice age on it's way?

Someone on another thread brought this to our attention. This is the first article I've come across. Thought it to be good on this forum.

http://www.personalliberty.com/news/climatologists-global-cooling-on-the-horizon/?eiid=

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Old 01-31-2012, 02:48 PM   #2
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Oh no how will they tax our carbon footprint?

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Yeah... I was taught it was global cooling in the 1970's, then it was global warming through the early and mid 2000's, and now it's back to global cooling. California and the rest of the majority of the north / west coast is supposed to now be on a new 30 year cycle of cooling weather from a shift in the current of the stratosphere out of Alaska. It seems to have been getting cooler here for the last two years.

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it all a load of BS Mother nature does what it wants this has been the warmest and least snowiest winter ive seen in a long time we have been above freezing all winter I LIKE !!!

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No, we were told the new ice age was going to happen in the 1970's. Instead, we got global warming. Then "climate change". If they're going back to an ice age, fine.

No matter how you slice it, it's man's fault. Always. Because we suck. We're a virus - a plague - on this fine planet. We shouldn't be here. Who are we to interfere with the other 8.7 million species on this planet? Granted, they're comparatively dumb and most of them do, as is their innocent nature, exactly what we do. But they don't suck. Only we do. Never mind humans are unique among 8.7 million other species (that's not an exaggeration) and ponder AND ACT ON things we think about rather than act only on immediate stimuli. We still suck.

If enough people really believe that tripe, maybe we really do suck. If it were possible to press a button an levy an Olympic bitch-slap to each and every one of those who engage in hyperbole and hysteria-mongering, I'd be jumping up and down on the friggin' button for a good long time.

Screw global warming, a new ice age, Yellowstone blowing its top, terrorism, storms, plague, invasion, economic collapse, terminal hemorrhoids, or anything else. Survival prepping isn't about focusing on an event in the future. It's about working to see to you and yours in the worst possible event. It doesn't matter what the event is and it won't ever happen. Ever. But once you plan around that event, you have everything else covered.

That's prepping.

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+100.......

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Terminal hemorrhoids has to be a hell of a way to go.

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Terminal hemorrhoids has to be a hell of a way to go.
You wouldnt die setting down
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Great. Global norming, climate strange, polar ice cap melting ice age, low property values, terminal hemoroids, discolored urea, robot monkeys from outer space, zombie apocalypses...... 2012 should be the year that every able bodied man does his part and slaps at least one hippie. That would either solve our problems or give us some really whiny hippies.

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Don't forget this guy.

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