Why are people in denial of the mini ice age that is coming in the next 15 years?
With Bible prophecy suggesting the end of this civilization no later than 2028 [Matthew 24:32 representing Israel's second restoration + Isaiah 11:11-12 revealing it & Psalm 90:10 the maximum time before it happens after the budding] I will not deny the possibility of one. With everything man have made laying in ruin and only about 350 million people alive after it [Daniel 4:1-33 suggests will be hairy all over] who can say what the weather conditions are likely to be [half of 10% of man per Matthew 25:1-14]. That's a minimum of 4 years of almost nothing man have made being left so there is no way we can tell what the weather will be like.
This from a man who claims "there is no good nor evil?" Anything you say after that statement in your profile can not be taken seriously by anyone who is a thinking person.
Elijah is a good guy DTMB. It may be that evil is a phantasm in the absence of good. Suppose there is nothing but Light. You then put an object in that realm. The object creates a shadow. But the Light and object are really the only true things.
Well said, Phoenix, put another way: "without dark there is no light, without light there is no dark" so we agree 100%.
If we say that the solar activity moving into a minimum phase is the main determinant of global temperature, then yes, we're going into a mini ice age as was seen 400 years ago.
If atmospheric gas mixture and/or particulates are the main factor, human activity could prevent us going into an ice age or offset solar input.
No sensible human ought to be so foolish as to turn a blind eye to such a weighty issue. But, pardon my ignorance, is the ' mini ice age ' really impending ?
Milankovitch cycle is what you are talking about - yes? Not just sunspots?
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
An independent weather forecaster who tells the truth - a rare commodity . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwyjsJJr … ded#at=164
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by Precious Williams 8 years ago
I didn't get my first tattoo until well into my forties and I'm really pleased because I knew what I wanted. So many people seem to regret theirs - so do you think there should be a minimum age. Probably not workable but it's a thought.
by ngureco 8 years ago
Why Should One Get Saved From Sins At An Early Age Of 22 Years When One Can Wait Until 72 Years Old?
by PhoenixV 2 years ago
How can you prepare for the next ice age?
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