Settled? Not So Much


Daily Star (UK)

During winter, entire major cities – such as London, Paris and New York – would be subjected to sub-zero temperatures, ice and snow for months.

Um, actually that’s what we used to expect every year in Syracuse, NY. 

Millions of lives would be at risk of prolonged blackouts, food and electricity shortages and cold-related health problems. 

David Dilley, CEO of Global Weather Oscillations, told Daily Star Online global warming and cooling cycles are determined by the gravitational forces of the Earth, moon and sun.

Each cycle lasts around 120,000 years, with sub-cycles of around 230 years.

I don’t take this report as gospel, but neither do I take the prediction of people regularly caught manipulating data.  There have been ice ages and warming periods in between — long before the industrial age.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

ice age britain

February.

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One Response to Settled? Not So Much

  1. onwyrdsdream says:

    Hot or cold, shifting a huge amount of human wealth to the government to have them deal with it is the wrong thing to do, as another word for wealth is adaptability. Weither the seas rise or the glaciers advance, a capitalist economy will adapt so that we can continue to thrive. The Government(s) would form a committee to look for A solution. They’d find ONE and work toward it, always over budget and behind schedule.. and in the end it wouldn’t be THE solution. In all likelihood, in the end, it would hardly help, but we’d loose at least an entire generation worth of productivity.

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