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Does the Ice Age theory about global warming explain global cooling?

  • The Ice age has nothing to do with global warming

    The reason why is because there is no such thing as global warming or global cooling. As a matter of fact the earth has been heating and cooling for thousands, even millions of years, dating back to the beginning of the earth. It is all like an animal, when it gets too hot, it cools itself off, when it gets too cold, it heats up by basking in the sun, huddling together etc. Even scientists believe that global warming and or cooling is fraud. Fun fact: only 10% of the scientists agree with global warming, the other 30% disagree, but because of the media, the other 60% are unheard, including the fact that they focus on what's hot they ignore the 30% and the other 60%. Honestly the real major cause is from water evaporation, because it amplifies heat and contains it, if you have been ignoring me you would not know that as a matter of fact there is no such thing as global cooling or warming. I end this discussion.

  • Global Climate is a Natural Change

    If the Ice Age was a natural global phenomenon, then global warming can be explained the same way. The Ice Age shows that global warming is a long spamming natural condition. Global warming might not be caused by human consequences. Global warming and cooling are just natural causes that we as humans have very little control over.

  • Gets Hotter Before It Gets Colder

    Cold winters are one way global warming shows itself to be a factor in the Earth's weather patterns. We've had several warm and hot summers in a row with mild winters. Now, we have a monstrously cold winter in 2013-2014. That's because ocean currents change with global warming as warm and cold water shift in the Atlantic and Pacific. One theory is global warming will shut down the Atlantic Ocean's main current which will lead to the next Ice Age.

  • These are old theories, but they fit into the more politically correct "Climate Change"

    Climate change as explained by many experts means that there will be drastic weather. Places that had mild winters and mild summers all of a sudden will have strong, cold, harsh winters, and bitterly hot summers. Yes, this is what happens. when humans interrrupt the climate with pollution, CFCs, and the like.

  • The Ice age has nothing to do with global warming

    The reason why is because there is no such thing as global warming or global cooling. As a matter of fact the earth has been heating and cooling for thousands, even millions of years, dating back to the beginning of the earth. It is all like an animal, when it gets too hot, it cools itself off, when it gets too cold, it heats up by basking in the sun, huddling together etc. Even scientists believe that global warming and or cooling is fraud. Fun fact: only 10% of the scientists agree with global warming, the other 30% disagree, but because of the media, the other 60% are unheard, including the fact that they focus on what's hot they ignore the 30% and the other 60%. Honestly the real major cause is from water evaporation, because it amplifies heat and contains it, if you have been ignoring me you would not know that as a matter of fact there is no such thing as global cooling or warming. I end this discussion.

  • To quote actual science here is this.

    "Greenhouse gasses – mainly CO2, but also methane – were involved in most of the climate changes in Earth’s past. When they were reduced, the global climate became colder. When they were increased, the global climate became warmer. When CO2 levels jumped rapidly, the global warming that resulted was highly disruptive and sometimes caused mass extinctions. Humans today are emitting prodigious quantities of CO2, at a rate faster than even the most destructive climate changes in earth's past.

    Abrupt vs slow change.

    Life flourished in the Eocene, the Cretaceous and other times of high CO2 in the atmosphere because the greenhouse gasses were in balance with the carbon in the oceans and the weathering of rocks. Life, ocean chemistry, and atmospheric gasses had millions of years to adjust to those levels.

    Lush Eocene Arctic 50 million years ago

    But there have been several times in Earth’s past when Earth's temperature jumped abruptly, in much the same way as they are doing today. Those times were caused by large and rapid greenhouse gas emissions, just like humans are causing today.

    Those abrupt global warming events were almost always highly destructive for life, causing mass extinctions such as at the end of the Permian, Triassic, or even mid-Cambrian periods. The symptoms from those events (a big, rapid jump in global temperatures, rising sea levels, and ocean acidification) are all happening today with human-caused climate change.

    So yes, the climate has changed before humans, and in most cases scientists know why. In all cases we see the same association between CO2 levels and global temperatures. And past examples of rapid carbon emissions (just like today) were generally highly destructive to life on Earth." From http://www.skepticalscience.com/climate-change-little-ice-age-medieval-warm-period.htm

  • It is happening to fast

    It is true that during hundreds of thousands of years the globe has increased and decreased in temperature, causing ice ages, but the global warming occurring today is happening at such a alarming rate that it can not be natural. There has never been any climate change that has occurred so fast before we began releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

  • No it does not.

    The Ice Age theory does not explain global cooling, or global warming. If people are now saying that global warming is not actually happen and it is more of a climate change than it is unfair to say that global cooling is happening or ever happened as well. I think weather just changes naturally.

  • There are natural cycles.

    No, the Ice Age theory about global warming does not explain global cooling, because there is nothing to explain. The earth has natural cycles. It is possible that there was an Ice Age, but it is also possible that it was not as severe as scientists make it out to be. There is not global cooling today, and global warming is part of the natural cycle of the earth. The Ice Age is exaggerated.


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