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Old 01-02-2019, 11:19 AM   #4365 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by All Darc View Post
There is a suposed huge influence about ice ages, but related to the Earth's orbit around the Sun and Earth's axis angle. Thye orvit around the Sun tends to get different in cycles, and also the Earth Axis.

How will humanity try to reduce the effects of ice age, when the next one come?

*there's astronomical forcing
*biogeochemical forcing
*stratospheric volcanic aerosol forcing
*greenhouse gas forcing
All man has control over would be the anthropogenic fraction of greenhouse gases.Other than that,you try and cope,or migrate closer to the Equator,where the rest of humanity has gone.Soylent Green.
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