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Interesting Facts about Climate Change . A New Ice Age. How Can We Overcome this Cataclysm.

 Did you know that some facts about climate change in the history of the past and the present are not widely reported on the Internet today? Since, it is said ,that history repeats itself, we thought it is important to provide you with facts from independent scientists, because with  knowledge comes a plan!

Today, we will talk  about  Little Ice Age. In recent history, we have already seen how people in North America, Canada and  Western Europe encountered severe climate abnormalities. The summer of 1816 never came for residents of these regions, in July there was frost and it snowed in August, which resulted in that year being called “The Summer that Never Happened, The Year Without a Summer, eighteen hundred and frozen to death”. Some scientists tried to reason this phenomenon with an eruption of the Mount Tambora volcano in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) and others speculated that it was due to collision of the earth with a meteorite, which spawned a nuclear winter in these parts of the planet. This event resulted in hunger and population migration.  In India, the delayed summer monsoon caused late torrential rains that aggravated the spread of cholera from a region near the River Ganges in Bengal to as far as Moscow This crisis was a serious test for people of that time.
 How would you overcome this climate disaster? Would  you help others and solve problems peacefully? About how to stay calm and help others in difficult situations read in the Report  “On the Problems and Consequences of Global Climate Change on Earth and  Effective Ways to Solve These Problems “  

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Already now we can see abnormal phenomena such as snow in the Sahara desert, polar cold in Spain at the end of March, and heavy snowfalls in some cities of Russia, Europe and the USA that are absolutely not peculiar for the month of May!

Nature is trying to tell us something! But what ?

Have you ever thought that your thoughts can influence the world around you ? This phenomena was discovered by Dr. Masaru Emoto. He discovered that our thoughts and words can change the water forming crystals. 
 Oh, and by the way... the average human body is 60% water! So let's stop for a minute and think about the consequences our thoughts have on our body and the world!
In a next program we will take a closer look at the research of  Dr. Emoto. 
But for now for fun keep track of your thoughts and share if you had more positive or negative thought throughout the day .

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