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Post by Ken McClellan on Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:06 pm

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We are in the transition to a big Ice Age. Initially, we will thank the gods for all the industrial greenhouse gases. Then we have three decades to figure out an answer.

Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell by John Casey (solar scientist)
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Post by Agartha on Sun Nov 30, 2014 7:10 am

^Is this a book or a link? Ken, if it's a link it doesn't work.
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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Monk (in hiding) on Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:26 am

@Ken McClellan wrote:https://i.servimg.com/u/f59/17/64/64/28/ready_11.gif
We are in the transition to a big Ice Age.  Initially, we will thank the gods for all the industrial greenhouse gases.  Then we have three decades to figure out an answer.

Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell by John Casey (solar scientist)

lsol - rock, claims the planet is warming, yet no evidence (facts) have been shown to prove this, none.......

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Post by Monk (in hiding) on Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:27 am

@Agartha wrote:^Is this a book or a link? Ken, if it's a link it doesn't work.

Climatologist: 30-Year Cold Spell Strikes Earth

With nasty cold fronts thrusting an icy and early winter across the continental U.S. — along with last winter described by USA Today as "one of the snowiest, coldest, most miserable on record" — climatologist John L. Casey thinks the weather pattern is here to stay for decades to come.

In fact, Casey, a former space shuttle engineer and NASA consultant, is out with the  provocative book "Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell," which warns that a radical shift in global climate is underway, and that Al Gore and other environmentalists have it completely wrong.


http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/dark-winter-cold-global-cooling/2014/11/16/id/607672/

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:49 am

Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell by John Casey (solar scientist)

Tis a book on Amazon.  I'd link to it, but I'm not sure if it would work.
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Post by Lenzabi on Sun Nov 30, 2014 5:36 pm

VM/Omega, that also ignores there is no ice/snow in Alaska which in the past has been the land of ice/snow, California is still in a drought, the paradoxical irony is that global warming can trigger ice ages, the weather fluctuations the stronger storms, Hurricanes also chill places due to the weather disruptions they cause.

Winter were Alaska can see their grass and roads w/o snow all over them is not normal! Either way think of this, the climate shifts will cause famines all over the planet.

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Sun Nov 30, 2014 5:49 pm

the climate shifts will cause famines all over the planet.

Indeed. We are due. The Aquarian Sun will carry us back to pre-Industrial Age. There will be a brief superheating and then years of cold.
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Post by Monk (in hiding) on Sun Nov 30, 2014 7:57 pm

global warming can trigger ice ages

scratch'You're as cold as ice'........

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Lenzabi on Sun Nov 30, 2014 11:08 pm

@Ken McClellan wrote:
the climate shifts will cause famines all over the planet.

Indeed.  We are due.  The Aquarian Sun will carry us back to pre-Industrial Age.  There will be a brief superheating and then years of cold.


The biosphere is gojng off kilter, the planet will not be destroyed, but there will be a major 6th extinction which has started and is rolling faster.

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Monk (in hiding) on Mon Dec 01, 2014 7:31 am

@Lenzabi wrote:
@Ken McClellan wrote:
the climate shifts will cause famines all over the planet.

Indeed.  We are due.  The Aquarian Sun will carry us back to pre-Industrial Age.  There will be a brief superheating and then years of cold.


The biosphere is gojng off kilter, the planet will not be destroyed, but there will be a major 6th extinction which has started and is rolling faster.

So, as the CYCLE continues.

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Post by Lenzabi on Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:06 am

No, as we sped the cycle ahead of nature's cycle.

Toxic emissions from vehicles/wars/factories
Pollution killing off species
Overfishing other species to extinction or collapse which leads to extinction
shark finning will have a greater impact than just killing off the top of the food chain in the Oceans, as they are gone, fish that they kept in check will have exploding populations, which in turn will over eat the plankton responsible for the 70% of our air supply as they help reduce the plankton, pollution has killed off nation sized holes where no oxygen is left in the water. Low oxy and bacteria blooms make for Jellyfish explosions, so folks will need to get used to Jellyfish products to get their protein from the sea.

The Fracking is causing pollution of water supplies

oil spills and the toxic treatment have caused damage in the GoM and other areas, making shellfish risky to eat.

We already have to play predator on deer as we killed the wolves off so if we don't hunt, the deer over populate, starve, get diseases, suffer and also wander across roads getting killed and damage cars in the process. Humans have far greater impact on our environs than many wish to believe.Humans hate any competing species for food/territory/resources. Hell, Humans kill each other

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:16 am

Amazing ... again, like something out of the 'fictitious' Protocols ...

We must give all possible protection to trade and commerce, and especially to speculation, the principal role of which is to act as a counterpoise to industry.  Without speculation, industry will enlarge private capitals and will tend to raise agriculture by agricultural banks.  It is essential that industry should drain the land of all its riches and speculation should deliver all the world's wealth thus procured into our hands.

How to remember the 11th book, the 11th chapter, the 11th verse but to render the combo as letters?  And what famous Confederate general ran the outfit?  They're still out there.

P.S. -- See YouTube's Fukushima Update.


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Post by Monk (in hiding) on Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:21 am

@Lenzabi wrote:No, as we sped the cycle ahead of nature's cycle.

Toxic emissions from vehicles/wars/factories
Pollution killing off species
Overfishing other species to extinction or collapse which leads to extinction
shark finning will have a greater impact than just killing off the top of the food chain in the Oceans, as they are gone, fish that they kept in check will have exploding populations, which in turn will over eat the plankton responsible for the 70% of our air supply as they help reduce the plankton, pollution has killed off nation sized holes where no oxygen is left in the water. Low oxy and bacteria blooms make for Jellyfish explosions, so folks will need to get used to Jellyfish products to get their protein from the sea.

The Fracking is causing pollution of water supplies

oil spills and the toxic treatment have caused damage in the GoM and other areas, making shellfish risky to eat.

We already have to play predator on deer as we killed the wolves off so if we don't hunt, the deer over populate, starve, get diseases, suffer and also wander across roads getting killed and damage cars in the process. Humans have far greater impact on our environs than many wish to believe.Humans hate any competing species for food/territory/resources. Hell, Humans kill each other

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There is a season, turn, turn, turn.
And a time to every purpose under heaven.
A time to be born, a time to die.
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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:28 am

fish that they kept in check will have exploding populations, which in turn will over eat the plankton responsible for the 70% of our air supply as they help reduce the plankton, pollution has killed off nation sized holes where no oxygen is left in the water.

There is another cycle at work every 5th Precession or so (like the current one).  A barrage of meteors/asteroids like the one Saturday morning at 0548L exploding overhead.  They pepper the oceans with iron and that causes more plankton, which helps drive the new ice age.  (See bottom of my webpage on Meteors.)


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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Lenzabi on Mon Dec 01, 2014 9:30 am

I also know that iron rich whale scat helps the ocean health, provided it is the whales that go north-south and back again Localized to specific areas only helps those areas. Of course the whales are still slowly bouncing back.

Sharks will be much slower to bounce back if they are no longer finned. BUT if the plankton eater populations explode from lack of sharks eating them, and we have also greatly jeaopardized the bluefin tuna populations, they will eat so much plankton that whale scat and a few meteor showers will do little good to keep pace with the feeding frenzy that will help speed the end of the oceans' biosphere where we need it. the other 30% comes from grasses and trees.

As long as the present model of consumerism/infinite expansion on a finite world continues, I will be likely interested to see what evolves over the next few hundred thousand years when the next biosphere grows into existence. Remember, the planet has survived 5 other massive extinction events, it is just the species that were killed off that did not make it.

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Mon Dec 01, 2014 9:47 am

After the Reversal and the asteroid-caused and volcano-caused tidal waves take care of the coastal cities, we'll see if humanity survives the 6th Extinction.

By the way, that vid I mentioned?  Fukushima Update, The Pacific Ocean is dying ... says a sailor went 3,000 miles across the ocean and, in the way of wildlife, saw a whale in its death throws.  And if you've watched the news, it's been species after species throwing themselves on the beaches from Alaska to Baja.  GE deserves some of what it dishes out.

Seriously Len? 666 posts! That's scary.
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Post by Monk (in hiding) on Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:32 am

At least it wasn't posted on 11:11

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Re: In the Year 2050

Post by Ken McClellan on Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:33 am

If he had remembered ... Dragons can be like that ...
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Post by Lenzabi on Mon Dec 01, 2014 4:39 pm

It would have been intereting had I been awake long enough to post at 11:11 for that 666th post....Netflix has some cheapo movies along such lines for streaming.

I am a bit of an Ocean Conservationist, Oceans die Humanity and other species die.

Watched the vid, it is not a looking good for the post Fukushima Pacific. Had they used Thorium in Japan instead of Uranium, this could have been avoided. Japan does not make Nuke weapons, so uranium is an unecessary fuel for reactors, Thorium would have made sense for non-weaponized fuel power plants.

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