Won't global warming trigger another ice age?

@judyt00 (3504)
Canada
June 23, 2007 7:41pm CST
If the ice caps melt, that will leave more surface area covered in water which will evaporate faster because of the increased temperatures. The evaporation will form into clouds which will block the sunlight from getting through, thus lowering the air temperature, and causing the moisture to fall as snow, cooling the surface even more so that the surface water will freeze and reflect too much sunlight back into space causing the temperatures to plunge. Am I right in this supposition?
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@aelfgiva (30)
• United States
24 Jun 07
My husband and I have been discussing that as well and we think it is highly possible, especially with the ocean currents starting to breakdown and the whole global dimming issue.
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@mjsdls (1841)
• United States
24 Jun 07
Personally I think this global warming stuff is just another political gimmick. I do no believe their is anything to it. God is in control of this earth, things will happen, disasters will happen, but not because of global warming, it is because of sin on the earth. Everyone is turning away from God. I did not say any of this to offend anyone, this is just the way I believe it to be so.
• United States
24 Jun 07
There is an old joke I once heard about an old woman and a flood. She was approached three times by three seperate people who offered her help to safety. She refused three times. Then the flood came and drowned her. When she reached Heaven she asked God, "I've been faithful to you all my life, why didn't you save me?" God simply answered,"My child, I tried three times." Is it possible that all these scientists are speaking the voice of God? How many times must they say the same things, before you listen? God once spoke through angels, but these days he tends to speak through men. Is it not true that humans are instruments of God? Who are we to question God? Just a thought.
@Yczzmk (6)
• China
18 Aug 07
sure!