New Study ANNIHILATES Climate Change Theory, Should We Be Worried About An Ice Age Now?

You've heard the propaganda that the left has been trying to pass off as being scientifically proven and basically unanimous among scientists. Well, first of all, that's not true at in the least.

Scientists do not agree on this in fact, down below I have a video of multiple scientists disagreeing and giving really good evidence why they disagree.

But the story they want to push on us is that we are at threat level midnight and have only about 10 years left to do something drastic to repair the climate before we likely go extinct.

They claim that we must get the CO2 emissions back to a level prior to the Earth’s temperature increases in order to save the planet.

People like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Greta Thunberg agree that it's critical and that the melting polar ice is causing sea levels to rise and destroy the planet.

However, the opposite is happening. Rather than the ice melting, there is actually a large increase in sea ice. There seems to be more new ice formed than what is disappearing and a new study reveals that we should worry more about an ice age than vanishing polar ice and rising sea levels.

If we’re really so much to the changing climate, then how is it possible for the exact opposite to happen than what they have been forecasting for decades?

According to Fox News,

“One key question in the field is still what caused the Earth to periodically cycle in and out of ice ages,” University of Chicago professor and the study’s co-author, Malte Jansen, said in a statement. “We are pretty confident that the carbon balance between the atmosphere and ocean must have changed, but we don’t quite know how or why…”

“…what this suggests is that it’s a feedback loop,” said the study’s lead author, Alice Marzocchi. “As the temperature drops, less carbon is released into the atmosphere, which triggers more cooling.”

“What surprised me is how much of this increased storage can be attributed to physical changes alone, with Antarctic sea-ice cover being the key player,” Marzocchi added, noting that future study of the ocean and the role it plays in the carbon cycle can help simulate “future environmental change.”