Thursday, August 21, 2008

New Ice Age Prediction -- Repeat After Me, "We Really Don't Know Enough About What We Are Doing To Risk Destroying It All!"

An expert from the National Autonomous University of Mexico predicted that in about ten years the Earth will enter a "little ice age" which will last from 60 to 80 years and may be caused by the decrease in solar activity.

Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera, a researcher at the Institute of Geophysics of the UNAM, as argued earlier during a conference that teaches at the Center for Applied Sciences and Technological Development.
Velasco Herrera described as erroneous predictions of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), pursuant to which the planet is experiencing a gradual increase in temperature, the so-called global warming.

The models and forecasts of the IPCC "is incorrect because only are based on mathematical models and presented results at scenarios that do not include, for example, solar activity," said the specialist also in image processing and signs and prevention of natural disasters.

The phenomenon of climate change, he added, should include other kinds of factors, both internal, such as volcanoes and the very human activity, and external, such as solar activity.
Milenio (translation)


Anonymous said...

i think this information helps a little but i think you should add a little bit of details because i dont believe that in about ten years we will enter a new ice age i think that it will happen in about 50 or 40 years.this is what my researchs tell me.i work for nasa and for some breaks i discocverd this.

Anonymous said...

who ever wrote this should write to me back because i want to know whatr else you know that i might not know.same person from before.

LifeTrek said...

I really am sorry I missed your comment!

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