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New Ice Age to Begin in 2014
20.02.2012 12:55
New Ice Age to Begin in 2014

Forecasters predict that a new ice age will begin soon. Habibullo Abdusamatov, a scientist from the Pulkovo Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences considers that the sharp drop in temperature will start on the Earth in 2014.

      According to the scientist, our planet began to “get cold” in the 1990s. The new ice age will last at least two centuries, with its peak in 2055.

      It is interesting, that the same date was chosen by the supporters of the theory of global warming. According to them, in 2005 the Earth will start to “boil”.

      The expected decrease in temperature may have to become the fifth over the past nine centuries, reports Hydrometeorological Center of Russia. Experts call this phenomenon the “little ice age”, it was observed in the XII, XV, XVII, XIX centuries. This cyclicity makes the theory of upcoming cold weather in XXI century look like truth. 

      Source: Image courtesy: Wired.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian science Russian weather    

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