- 1 - Are ice ages real? - 2 - Friedrich Schiller, had lamented - 3 - No one is not affected by the effects of the Sun - 4 - When the Sun's radiated energy becomes reduced - 5 - Potentially as near as the 2050s - 6 - The liveable zone on the Earth shrinks - 7 - Vast infrastructures will have to be in place - 8 - The consequences of an inactive Sun - 9 - Yes, 1-10 million people - 10 - The depressing effect of the Ice Age - 11 - The ocean levels had dropped 400 feet - 12 - The great inland sea in northern Canada - 13 - When the Sun goes inactive - 14 - Relocating ourselves into the tropics - 15 - Friedrich Schiller's lament still applies - 16 - Almost all of the great pioneers in the world - 17 - Time remaining to meet the Ice Age challenge fully - 18 - The box of perception in astrophysics - 19 - Plato illustrated the box as a prison - 20 - Imprisoned for a thousand years by the doctrine of the church - 21 - The astronomer Johannes Kepler - 22 - Kepler had discovered the result of a process - 23 - The year 1990 was the pivotal year - 24 - The Ulysses spacecraft was launched - 25 - Ulysses gave us a clean look at the solar-wind pressure - 26 - From the 1990s onward - 27 - Essentially incomplete till the early 2010 timeframe - 28 - The very concept of an ice age is relatively new - 29 - The Little Ice Age that gripped Europe - 30 - Even the River Thames froze over - 31 - The famines were less popular - 32 - The cold period lasted into the mid 1800s - 33 - Ice core records from Antarctica - 34 - Coincidence of the Maunder Minimum - 35 - No one at the time imagined that large-scale climate changes - 36 - The modern version of the orbital cycles theory - 37 - The evidence that the Ice Ages are global - 38 - Evidence for the global ice age is extremely new - 39 - The Russian station, Vostok - 40 - Vostock had drilled its first deep hole in 1990 - 41 - The Greenland Ice Core Project - 42 - Ice from the last 100,000 years - 43 - Proof that Ice Ages are a global phenomena - 44 - Measurements of deep ocean sediments - 45 - The Greenland ice cores tell us - 46 - The NGRIP project - 47 - Large fluctuations do not show up in Antarctica - 48 - Details in the Greenland ice 'speak' of immense events - 49 - Look at the Little Ice Age in comparison - 50 - Our Sun, as a plasma star - 51 - Plasma streams have a specific electric resonance - 52 - The orbital cycles of the Milankovitch theory - 53 - The type of event that is big enough
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