The reality is that the climate is always changing. Mother Nature hurls herself chaotically from one extreme to the other, regardless of what we humans think we're doing to the earth, and has been for the past 4-5 billion years.
The reality is, the climate is changing now. Again. And in a few years - or decades - it'll change again. And again.
The Space and Science Research Center Issues a Formal Declaration: Global Warming Has Ended - The Next Climate Change to a Pronounced Cold Era Has Begun.
“After an exhaustive review of a substantial body of climate research, and in conjunction with the obvious and compelling new evidence that exists, it is time that the world community acknowledges that the Earth has begun its next climate change. In an opinion echoed by many scientists around the world, the Space and Science Research Center (SSRC), today declares that the world’s climate warming of the past decades has now come to an end. A new climate era has already started that is bringing predominantly colder global temperatures for many years into the future. In some years this new climate will create dangerously cold weather with significant ill-effects world wide. Global warming is over – a new cold climate has begun.”
“Though the SSRC first announced a prediction of the coming new climate era to the US government and media in early 2007, the formal declaration has been held off pending actual events that validate the previously forecast new cold period. We now have unmistakable signs of accelerating decline in global temperatures and growing glacial ice, coupled with the dramatic if not startling changes in the sun’s surface including unusually low and slow sunspot activity. These signs, in conjunction with the research center’s ‘relational cycle theory ” or “RC Theory” of climate change which predicted these changes, now leaves no doubt that the process has already been initiated. It is also unstoppable. Our world is rapidly cooling. Even though we still may have isolated warm temperature records, the global trend to a colder era is now irreversible.”
What we should be asking ourselves is, "are we prepared for climate change?" Not to try and stop it, which is out of our control, but to adapt to the changes - any changes - as they occur.