The good news? Global warming is no longer happening.
Unfortunately, the bad news is much, much worse: a global drop in temperatures.
How low can they go? Historically low.
The SSRC is an independent organization located in Orlando, Florida.
Their mission? To provide an independent, un-biased and objective analysis of climate change.
According to a growing circle of scientists, SSRC and its President, Mr. John L. Casey, have established a record of accuracy in climate change predictions.
And guess what, guys? It has nothing to do with people.
Contrary to all we've been told, the SSRC believes there's a direct relationship between the climate here on Earth and the sun.
(Who'd a thunk it? You mean it's not our SUVs or cow flatulence?)
Using the Relational Cycle Theory (RC Theory), SSRC claims they can prove solar cycles are the main drivers behind the Earth's variations in climate.
So what does that mean for us? According to a SSRC Press Release, nothing good.
- The Earth is about to begin a steep drop in global temperatures.
- Average global atmospheric and oceanic temperatures will drop significantly beginning between 2015 and 2016.
- The predicted temperature decline will continue for the next 15 years and will likely be the steepest ever recorded in human history discounting past short-term volcanic events
The bottom line? SSRC claims we can expect significant global crop damage, dramatically higher energy costs, social and political upheaval and loss of life in the hardest hit areas.
So which is it? Global warming or global cooling?
We're praying for a Goldilocks scenario--global temps that are just right.
A wise man once said: "There is no question that climate change is happening; the only arguable point is what part humans are playing." -- David Attenborough, British journalist
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