Published on Apr 11, 2012 by in5d
Drunvalo says we are going into an Ice Age. As the trees weaken because the minerals aren’t available to them, having been depleted or used up, they weaken and start to die, and often catch fire and, therefore, give off a huge amount of carbon dioxide – about 50,000 tons per acre. This, among other things, warms the planet. We may be affecting the temperatures, but not enough to change the timeline more than 300-500 years. When we go into an Ice Age, the temperatures drop to -50 degrees within 72 hours. During an Ice Age, the planet somehow replenishes itself to better support life.
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According to Ivan Stein’s research in Timeline 2012, the Earth goes through an Ice Age every 103,000 years, as evidenced by the carbon dating of ice core samples dating back 400,000 years from the Antarctic. Stein’s research indicated that we go into an Ice Age for about 90,000 years and come out of it for the last 10-20,000 years. Stein estimates that we probably came out of the Ice Age approximately 13,000 years ago, which parallels the precession of the equinoxes, which we are currently concluding. He added that the current habitable period most likely started about 20,000 years ago, but it wasn’t until the last 13,000 years or so until the planet was warm enough for human life.
Ivan’s website: http://www.timelinetothefuture.com/