We've been hearing the same propaganda fed to us for over 10 years now, "We only have 10 years or less to make a drastic change to combat climate change or humanity as we know it is finished."

That's the story anyway. But it's nothing new, people and even "scientists" have been saying this for at least 100 years.

The threat is that humans are causing all the ice to melt at the north and south poles which will lead to rising sea levels which will then destroy so much of the planet and possibly life on earth. Well, that's what they claim anyway. The science is suggesting otherwise.

Due to a substantial increase in the amount of sea ice may lead to a much more devastating change in the Earth's climate — another ice age.

If we're experiencing climate change like the activists are talking about, then how is the planet creating so much new ice? Shouldn't it be melting instead?

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.”

The Earth goes through warming and cooling cycles, it always has and likely always will.

Take a look at the video below with these climate scientists destroying the climate change myth.

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