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.

First Winter Storm Comes Early

 huge bolt of lightening.

An early winter storm is heading into the central US bringing a mix of snow and severe weather.

The first winter storm, Atlas, is driving down into the northwestern part of the US Thursday and Friday. Temps are expected to drop all the way south into Texas, dropping as much as 30 degrees, and severe storms are expected throughout the Midwest.

Global Warming Actually Means Global Cooling

Snow and colder temperatures in October? Isn’t this a bit early?

Yes, but we have all noticed that the weather has been unpredictable and very odd over the past three winters. This might seem confusing with the “global warming” debate going on, but global warming actually means global cooling at the end of the day.

There is no doubt that our planet is heating up, but the atmosphere is also filling up with lots of “stuff” – carbon from wildfires and volcanic ash, carbon dioxide from human pollution,  metals such as aluminum, barium and strontium from weather modification, and changes in sunlight.

As the atmosphere fills with gases and particulate matter/junk, it retains more heat at the Earth’s surface, which heats us all up. At the same time, the heat coming in from the Sun is reflected back into space, and this creates a chain of events that brings odd weather because it knocks the Earth’s natural thermostat out of whack.

This creates the following chain of events:

  1. global warming creates more evaporation from the oceans; hence, more rain and storms;
  2. planetary heating melts the polar ice sheets and continental glaciers; hence, more rain and floods;
  3. as the planet continues to warm, more storms and rain occur in the Spring, Fall, and Summer seasons, and more snow and ice in the Winter, Spring and Fall;
  4. chronic global warming creates chronic storms occurring earlier and lasting longer, year by year.

Like today, October 3, 2013.

Mini-Ice Age

A picture of the ice melting in Antarctica

Arctic ice is melting at the same time it is beginning to refreeze due to a Mini-Ice Age..

Humans  have never witnessed the climate changes and the sheer number of natural disasters that we are experiencing today. Measurements taken from ice cores and sea-floor sediments show definite trends in the Earth’s climate; that trend is to expect a mini Ice Age within the next 10 years.

Understanding that climate change is a natural cycle that humans cannot control helps explain the mysterious coming and going of the odd weather patterns today.

Climate changes have a very precise pattern, and the timing of these cycles is determined by changes in sunlight, in the Earth’s rotation and orbit around the Sun, and in the amount of particulate matter present in our atmosphere – “stuff” put there by both man and Nature.

All these influences are changing our weather patterns. it’s time to get your winter sweaters out, but don’t put your shorts and sandals away, yet.






Heading For Another Ice Age

A picture of a dinosaur, which once roamed the Earth as humans do today.

Just as in our past, we are heading into another Ice Age. Actually, it has already begun.

You read right – we are heading into another Ice Age. Global warming is misunderstood actually, and despite human interference with our environment, a natural Earth cycle is moving back into the Ice Age.

The Ice Age Returns

The Earth’s climate over the past 2 million years has been dominated by alternating colder and warmer periods, but human beings have never witnessed the climate changes and the sheer number of natural disasters that we are experiencing today.

Measurements taken from ice cores and sea-floor sediments show definite trends in the Earth’s climate; a movement into a mini Ice Age within the next 10 years.

Get Ready

Many scientists believe that a drop in Northern Hemisphere temperatures in the 1960s signaled the gradual onset of another Ice Age. Since then, however, conflicting worries about global warming have dominated the environmental agenda and turned our focus onto the heat.

Scientists now attribute that over the whole of the 20th century, the Earth actually warmed due to human influences. The increase in volcanic eruptions, the thinning of our atmospheric layers, and the loss of our magnetic field has created a warming of the crust, no doubt. But this warming does not ward off an inevitable Ice Age cycle.

The Same Ice Age

A cartoon of a North Pole sign in a mound of snow.

The same polar ice from 100,000 years ago is still at the North Pole today.

The Ice Age is a “natural cycle” that is driven by an ancient timescale. Actually, we are cycling back into the same Ice Age, no matter what the thermostat reads.  There is no “new” Ice Age; we simply return to the same one.

Today, the same glacial ice that covers Greenland and Antarctica covered these continents 100,000 years ago.

Don’t Be Mislead

The current, bizarre climate that we are experiencing globally is but a small sample of what a full-blown Ice Age will bring. There are bigger changes ahead in local weather patterns, rainfall rates, the growing season, and global storm patterns.

In fact, the last mini Ice Age occurred in the 13th century when temperatures in northern Europe dropped between -5 and 15 degrees Celsius (23 degrees to 59 degrees Fahrenheit). These temperature and weather changes lessened the distribution of warm water around the globe, and this affected the temperatures and growing seasons in Northern Europe, Asia, Canada and the United States.

An exit sign on a highway that says Changes: Next Exit

We can’t stop inevitable Earth changes. But, we can certainly learn more about them.

So, don’t let the increase in greenhouse gases, pollution, and volcanic eruptions fool you – we may think we’re warming beyond our control, but all in all, the Earth is turning back toward a very cold world.

Just look above you when the next violent storm brews. The changes have begun.