Atlantic Ocean ‘Collapse’: Mini Ice Age To Hit US & Europe
by Edmondo Burr
January 8, 2017
The Atlantic Ocean current is weakening and is on the verge of collapse, raising fears that huge parts of the North Atlantic and surrounding areas could soon become exposed to unbearably cold temperatures.
USA, Britain and Europe will experience sub-zero freezing temperatures if the current continues to weaken.
A new study using a bias-corrected model points to the weakening of the Atlantic current, indicating that it is on the verge of shutting down due to global warming.
A future collapse could see wintertime temperatures plummet by an estimated 7 degrees Celsius or more.
In the 2004 disaster film “The Day After Tomorrow,” global warming leads to the failure of an enormous current in the Atlantic Ocean, triggering catastrophic natural disasters and establishing freezing conditions in North America and Europe over a matter of weeks.