The dawn of the twenty-first century saw some of the most violent weather on record. Scientific evidence suggests this trend marks the beginning of a climatological nightmare: a massive and unprecedented storm of unimaginable destructive force. Triggered by global warming, the North Atlantic Current -- counter to our own Gulf Stream -- will switch its course, causing cold Arctic air to barrel into overheated temperate zones. The end result will be sudden, dramatic changes in climate all over the world, amongst them sustained winds of over 100 miles per hour and the severest winter storms in recorded history, with blizzard conditions in Western Europe and across the American continent. The continual storms will begin to bury the Northern Hemisphere under an impenetrable sheet of show -- the start of a new Ice Age. In this impressively researched wake-up call of a book, Art Bell and Whitley Strieber assess the risks and offer a wealth of viable solutions through which we could stave off the global disaster and the inevitable death toll which will follow -- if we act now, before it is too late.Über den Autor:
Whitley Strieber is the author of many novels and works of non-fiction, including such legendary titles as THE WOLFEN and THE HUNGER. He lives in Texas with his wife.
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