A History of the New Ice Age

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The cryogenic freezing of the dead in hope of a eventual revival has long been the province of cranks and crazies. However, when two frozen mountain gorillas are successfully revived, cryogenics suddenly becomes a viable medical technology. The first humans are revived soon thereafter and though most of them have financial difficulties not to mention problems adjusting to the new world in which they find themselves, their successful revival nonetheless sparks a run on cryogenic freezing with unforeseen social and financial consequences...This short story of 2300 words chronicles the cryogenics boom of the mid to late twenty-first century.

An ice age may last for millions of years and can cause big changes to Earth 's surface. Ice ages have happened a number of times throughout Earth's history. The new genetic data, published May 2, 2016 in Nature, reveal two big changes in prehistoric human populations that are closely linked to the end of the last Ice Age around 19,000 years ago.As the ... The Vikings were a group of Scandinavian seafaring warriors who left their homelands from around 800 A.D.

Interglacial periods. Between ice ages the climate resembled that of today, and ... When most people think of ice ages, or "glacial ages," they often envision cavemen, woolly mammoths, and vast plains of ice—such as those that occurred during the Pleistocene (about 2.6 million to 11,700 years ago) or the late Carboniferous and early Permian periods (about 300 million years ago). Fluctuations in the Amoc have in the past contributed to major climate changes, including the onset of the last ice age.