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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Russian Scientist: World Facing ‘Mini-Ice Age’ Rather Than Global Warming

Prophecy Sign:  Roaring and tossing seas - The fight over global climate change 

There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. Luke 21:25 NIV

Russian Scientist: World Facing ‘Mini-Ice Age’ Rather Than Global Warming
The world will soon witness a "mini-ice age" rather than global warming, as solar output has been declining in recent years, a Russian scientist told RIA Novosti Friday. "During the past 17 years global temperatures have not been rising, temperatures have stabilized. There has been no warming since 1997. The power of solar irradiance has decreased consistently since 1990 and is still rapidly declining. Since 1990, the Sun has not been warming the Earth as in the past," said Habibullo Abdussamatov, an astrophysicist and head of space research at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory. According to Abdussamatov, our planet may enter what he calls "a mini-ice age" at the beginning of next year.

Budget Chief: Denying Climate Change ‘Makes You a Member of the Flat Earth Society’
Shawn Donovan, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said on Friday that if you don’t believe in climate change and support federal spending to fight it, you believe the earth is flat. “The failure to invest in climate solutions and climate preparedness doesn’t get you membership in a fiscal conservatives caucus,” Donovan said at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. “It makes you a member of the Flat Earth Society.”

Scientists Admit Defeat And Ask Pope Francis To Help Combat Global Warming
In what is being described as a “watershed moment,” a group of scientists have called on Pope Francis and the Roman Catholic Church to help combat global warming. It sounds a rather bizarre relationship, doesn’t it? For centuries, the church and the scientific community have had what you might describe as something of a fragile and volatile relationship, but this could change as those who believe in a god and those who believe in an atom put aside their differences to unite and save the planet. An essay in the journal <em cience argues that relying on politicians to combat global warming is not enough, and that engaging faith leaders could be just the spark required to ignite billions of people around the world into changing aspects of their lifestyles to prevent catastrophic climate change.

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