Scientists Push Idea of Mini Ice Age

Years ago, the world was being told by scientists that Earth was going through the beginings of the next ice age.  Over the last few years, some of these same scientists tried to then push the idea that we were suffering what was being explained as Global Warming. Before they knew it, their lies were debunked when hacked e-mails were blasted all over the internet and mainstream media portals. Today, scientists are announcing that we are amidst a mini ice age. Which is it? Warming or Cooling? Or, could it be, just the natural cycle of the planet?

Fox News:

Professor Mojib Latif thinks the cold snap Americans have been suffering through is only the beginning. He says we’re in for 30 years of cooler temperatures — a mini ice age, he calls it, basing his theory on an analysis of natural cycles in water temperatures in the world’s oceans.

At a U.N. conference in September, Latif said that changes in ocean currents known as the North Atlantic Oscillation could dominate over manmade global warming for the next few decades. Latif said the fluctuations in these currents could also be responsible for much of the rise in global temperatures seen over the past 30 years.

Latif is a key member of the UN’s climate research arm, which has long promoted the concept of global warming. He told the Daily Mail that “a significant share of the warming we saw from 1980 to 2000 and at earlier periods in the 20th Century was due to these cycles — perhaps as much as 50 percent.” 

The U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSICD) agrees that the cold temperatures are unusual, and that the world’s oceans may play a part in temperatures on land.

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