While Earth's climate is constantly changing, the current scientific consensus is that a new ice age is not imminent. The Earth's climate is influenced by various factors, including solar radiation, ocean currents, and atmospheric composition. These factors are currently not conducive to the onset of an ice age. However, it is important to note that the Earth's climate system is complex and not fully understood, and it is possible that unforeseen changes could lead to an ice age in the distant future.
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