Next Ice Age

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Our current interglacial period has lasted about 11,500 years, now the common figure is that interglacial figures usually last around 11,000 years.

Has anyone heard any convincing evidence that the next ice age is indeed going to be upon us soon?
 
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There isn't and it will not. We have to wait several tens of thousend years before the next "Martitieme Isotope Stage" event. More later.
 

Chronos

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Global warming will save us.
 
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Chronos said:
Global warming will save us.
:rofl: :rofl: ok, so all these CFC emissions are really part of an underground international project to save us from the next Ice Age... hmm... I like it.
 

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Conspiracy theory du Jour. The X-Men are our salvation... Smurf, you need professional help. I like that.
 

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