Prediction 6 Unfolding

Prediction 6: The Precipice of 2012 posted March 8th is starting to unfold. The events of today reflect a precursor to whats coming:

The decade of 2010 (12) is marked as the beginning of global problem, ‘climate change’. Tornadoes mount, Hurricanes grow in size, record summers and record-breaking winters, and so many floods upon floods ravage the world violently. The debate of the left and right ends as the oceans begin to consume pockets of the world’s land. Slowly each year the lands are consumed.

So many of you have asked about the infamous 2012 end of the world prediction. I am sorry but as December 2012 ends January 2013 begins, it’s just another year. With that said when I asked about this doomed hyped prediction they change the subject to the precipice of this Century which is climate change and how humanity as a whole is grossly underestimating the problem that is at the doorstep. This is the first of several predictions that discuss Climate Change and whats coming because of it. The closing of 2012 shows the beginning of a real problem. Original Post:  https://worldpredictions.wordpress.com/2012/03/08/prediction-6-the-precipice-of-2012/

Business Insider Science on September 19th reported: This summer’s unprecedented melt for the icy white cap over Arctic waters  appears to have come to a stop on Sunday, Sept. 16, setting a new record low for  Arctic sea-ice extent that far surpasses the previous low set in 2007  This summer, melt pushed the sea ice back to 1.32 million square miles (3.41  million square kilometers), according to the U.S. National Snow & Ice Data Center,  which tracks sea ice using satellite data.

Sea-ice extent matters for a number of reasons. Because less sea ice means the  oceans absorb more of the sun’s energy, the decline in sea ice is expected to  accelerate the  effects of global warming. Quoted by: http://www.businessinsider.com/arctic-ice-melt-blows-away-previous-record-2012-9#ixzz26ywgOfhCnal Snow & Ice Data Center,  which tracks sea ice using satellite data.

This image made available by NASA shows the amount of summer sea ice in the Arctic on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, at center in white, and the 1979 to 2000 average extent for the day shown, with the yellow line. Scientists say sea ice in the Arctic shrank to an all-time low of 1.32 million square miles on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, smashing old records for the critical climate indicator. That's 18 percent smaller than the previous record set in 2007. Records go back to 1979 based on satellite tracking. (AP Photo/U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center)

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