Ocean circulation down = Mini-Ice Age?

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    That's what the science is now saying s0ns! And due to global warming, of course.:113:

    Ocean circulation in North Atlantic at weakest for 1,500 years and could trigger an Ice Age | Daily Mail Online

    Evidently, the last time this happened, we saw a decades long drop in temperatures by 2 degrees C.

    Hmmmm...

    So....what about all the decided science crap we've been hearing about for 2 decades...about the emerging dis as star of a warming earth. Obviously, the scientists were aware of ocean circulation trends and the attendant effect on temps.

    Hmmmm

    So which the fuck is it I ask the zombies with all their rote narrative fakery! Are these fake scientists? Oh, and do we just ignore sunspot activity too?

    Would appear that the climate crusaders are looking a little like Uncle Billy after misplacing $8,000.00.:spinner:

    You've been lobbing "warm bombs" for 10 years now as balls continually turn more blue, particularly the last two years! The last two years where NASA is saying the data shows a cooling planet!:oops-28:

    Better start reinventing the line of "throw the deniers in jail!". Looking like you assholes going to jail for the crime of profound fakery and being an Uncle Billy:popcorn::popcorn:
     
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    The commonly held theory within the scientific community for (at least) the past two decades concerning 'global warming' is that a new ice age would be the result. Of course, this is a theory so, it may be a possibility; it could happen, or not.

    This is old news for some of us; the ones that have actually been ahead of the curve & that have been paying attention.

    There is no debate that the ocean thermohaline circulation is being adversely effected resulting in slower moving currents, less exchange of warmer & cooler water masses, more salinity in the oceans, along with more CO2.

    I find it difficult to believe this would all be a coincidence that this is occurring to the planet just after massive inputs of CO2 & other green house elements by humans over the past ~170 years, initially from massive burning of coal, and since from massive use of oil based petrol products.

    Sure, there is still debate within the scientific community but there is more consensus than debate. Since the human use of fossil fuels there has been a massive change in the overall climate of the planet that is not a positive. There is no debate about that within the scientific community.

    The first chart in the link is an eye opener.
    Fossil Fuels
     
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    Well clearly the popularity of the SUV in the late 15th century contributed the the last ocean circulation slowdown leading to the earth becoming real frosty for 80 years! Some historians say the first thing Columbus did when he landed here was head to the local Subaru showroom to check out AWD technology.:113:
     

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