SCIENTISTS predict a possible side effect of global warming – a quasi-permanent colder state.
A new analysis of the dramatic cycles of ice ages and warm intervals over the past million years, published in Nature, concludes that the climatic swings are the gyrations of a system poised to settle into a quasi-permanent colder state — with expanded ice sheets at both poles.
Allow me to translate:
Media: Eggheads, what will happen to the Earth’s climate?
Scientists: Haven’t a clue old son, your guess is as good as ours.