As Whitley Strieber predicted it would in 1999, the Gulf Stream is now failing. It has diminished 30% in strength in just a few years, and it’s impending end raises fears of much colder European weather. As outlined in Whitley Strieber and Art Bell’s book Superstorm, which was the basis for the film The Day After Tomorrow. The consequences could be much more far-reaching and severe if the current should stop suddenly, over a period of weeks or months, rather than slowly declining over years.
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