Every 11,500 years the Earth undergoes a dramatic change: weather patterns become erratic, global temperatures cool, sea levels drop, and magnetic poles reverse as an ice age is born. While the cause of climate change continues to be a hot-button topic, few would deny the increasing prevalence of strange weather across the planet. Robert Felix explains that our climate changing is just the precursor to the dawning of a new ice age in this interview with George Noory.
Robert W. Felix attended the University Of Minnesota School Of Architecture in the mid-1960s, but by the early 1990s, he was drawn by a different passion. He spent the next eight years, full-time, researching and writing about the coming ice age. Today, Felix continues his research, and is more firmly convinced than ever that the next ice age could begin any day. In fact, he believes it has already begun.