This begins to sound much like the film The Day After Tomorrow:
Ruth Curry of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found that melting ice was changing the water cycle, which in turn affects ocean currents and, ultimately, climate.
As the Earth warms, its water cycle is changing, being pushed out of kilter,” she said.
Ice is in decline everywhere on the planet.
A circulation system called the Ocean Conveyer Belt is in danger of shutting down, she said.
The last time that happened, northern Europe suffered extremely cold winters.
Could this be Mother Nature’s way of exacting revenge?
When the flooding and/or freezing begins, history will remember the one that pulled the U.S.A. out of the Kyoto Treaty…