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John Casey: Earth Entering 'Global Cold Era'

By    |   Tuesday, 14 July 2015 09:19 PM

A scientist and the author of a book that suggests the earth is on its way to a 30-year cold spell thinks a recent claim of an upcoming mini ice age holds some merit.

"Dark Winter" author John Casey tells Newsmax TV the earth is headed for a cold spell, which is what researchers in the United Kingdom concluded in a study led by Valentina Zharkova.

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"This is of course in stark contrast to the propaganda we've heard about man-made global warming since 1988 but the Zharkova team's research is very closely matching what we announced back in 2007 in terms of a new global cold era," Casey tells host Joe Pags on "Newsmax Prime."

Casey argues that climate change is a natural occurrence based on the sun's cycles.

"What we're saying is strictly follow natural cycles of the sun, which is basically what Dr. Zharkova's team has come up with, looking at it from a different angle," Casey says.

"For example, 18 years now we've had no global warming, yet that is an impossibility, according to the greenhouse gas theory. Yet, our theories of solar-driven climate research and that of Dr. Zharkova's team, they should be saying, 'the sun is really in charge, and using those models we have been over 90 percent accurate.'"

Casey also refuted a claim last year that said 97 percent of the world's scientists believe that global warming is real.

"I don't believe it," Casey said. "The report that came out that said 97 percent of scientists believe mankind is causing climate change is a bad study. It has been thoroughly debunked."

The aforementioned study in the U.K. argued that solar activity will drop by 60 percent during a 10-year period beginning in 2030 because of the sun's solar cycles, which last about 11 years each.

A Washington Post report claimed the story was false, arguing the earth is not actually headed for a mini ice age.

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