The first half of “Revolution: Ice Age Re-Entry” in PowerPoint summarizes the natural climate change risks most relevant for the 21st century, 8,000 years after the Holocene Climate Optimum, at the end of this extreme century-scale Arctic warming phase that started in 1700, while entering a grand solar minimum period. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) incriminatingly dismissed or omitted these natural climate change risks in its advice to governments. See the relevant hyperlinked scientific references used to support this book’s scientific review of our ice age entry millennia ago and our 21st century re-entry this grand solar minimum. Natural climate change risks include a climate switching to a cooling/cold, glaciation, climate-forcing volcanism, rapid climate change, and pandemic influenza,

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