Global Cooling – Major Ice Storm Ahead

A picture of the ice melting in Antarctica
Arctic ice melting at the same time it is beginning to refreeze due to a Mini-Ice Age..

Today, global warming is a trend, but is it accurate?


Our planet is heading into a natural cooling cycle – as a matter of fact, we are entering a Mini-Ice Age.

February 2021 will be one of the best examples of this, so get out your parka and gloves. Prepare to shovel lots of snow off your roof in the higher latitudes.

Head’s Up

A blizzard
The entire Northern Hemisphere will experience record winter storms this week.

There is a BIG winter storm coming this week, and it should cover most of the Northern Hemisphere by the 10th and 11th of February.

We are moving into a mini-Ice Age, and because our magnetic field is weakening, the cold air will start sliding down from the North Pole and cover the continents in the Northern Hemisphere. Ice will form on the continents, forming new glaciers as opposed to forming within the waters of the Arctic.

Right now, it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere, and summer in the Southern Hemisphere, so warm air will travel north from Antarctica. This balances the Earth’s temperature as the north gets colder.

One side of both the Arctic and Antarctic regions will begin to melt, while the “other” side of these polar areas will form thicker ice sheets due to their position to the Sun and a weakening magnetic field.

This winter storm will be a doozy, and again, is an example of the Earth changes of global cooling.

Stay safe and warm. And get your snow shovel out.

A baby and mother polar bear looking endearing at one another.
This new fad called climate change is steering us in the wrong direction.

Rare Record Snowfall Covers South America

A beautiful picture of a tree lined road in winter covered in snow.

A rare, record snowfall with sub-zero temperatures has covered South America.

This is the end of winter in South America, but as the seasons begin to change, Old Man Winter packed a whopper on Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Peru.

The unusually cold winter in South America has followed one of the coldest winters in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

Can you say: pole shifts and climate change


Tens of thousands of animals have frozen to death over the past week in Peru as a “snow state of emergency” was extended into multiple regions in Peru, Bolivia, and Paraguay.

No one was prepared for the heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures – the heaviest snowfall to hit Peru in a decade.

Atacama Desert

A map of the Atacama Desert in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.

The Atacama Desert in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.

The last weekend of August 2013, the Atacama Desert got blasted with snow. This region is the known as the driest place on Earth, averaging less than one inch of precipitation per year – that’s for both rain and snow.  But as August ended, some places in this region got over 80 cms (31 inches) of snow – the heaviest snow received in over 30 years.

Chile and Bolivia

Low temperatures have affected Chile, southern Brazil, and eastern Peru. The cold snap also hit Bolivia in the tropical region of Santa Cruz, and in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires.

The amount of tropical life lost is a great tragedy.