As reported by ECM on the Feb. 2nd, extreme weather has developed in both the north and south hemisphere. This includes several volcanic eruptions and earthquakes flattening buildings, causing mass evacuations, injuries and fatalities, blackouts of over a million homes and business, and several…
As reported by ECM on the Feb. 2nd, extreme weather has developed in both the north and south hemisphere. This includes several volcanic eruptions and earthquakes flattening buildings, causing mass evacuations, injuries and fatalities, blackouts of over a million homes and business, and several regions declaring ‘State of Emergency’.
These most recent events occurred within 24-72 hours after a flurry of intense solar storms launched from the Sun as solar flares, CMEs (coronal mass ejections), coronal holes, and filament propelled charged particles hitting the Earth’s magnetic field. As a result, geomagnetic storms caused instability in the upper and lower atmosphere. This produced shifts in the jet stream and ocean currents.
Charged Particles (sunspots, solar flares, filament, coronal holes, etc.) → Magnetic Field Shift → Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents → Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros 1998).
But it doesn’t stop there. Charged particles are known to penetrate through the Earth’s crust, down through the mantle and will have a convection effect with the Earth’s core. Just a few days ago, the ESA (European Space Agency) released their findings of a new study published in the scientific journal Nature Geoscience. A space satellite named GOCE has provided striking visualizations of the Earth’s deep interior. Its gravity data has enabled the effect of variations in the density of rock (magma) to be traced up to more than 1243 miles (2000 km) below the surface.
:Increase Charged Particles Decreased Magnetic Field → Increase Outer Core Convection → Increase of Mantle Plumes → Increase in Earthquake and Volcanoes → Cools Mantle and Outer Core → Return of Outer Core Convection (Mitch Battros 2012)
Maps were developed which help to show how super-heated viscous rock and minerals moves up and down producing a range of less understood geological phenomena. These include mantle plumes and subduction zones, where the great tectonic slabs covering the Earth’s surface dive under one another.
Also visible are ancient subduction zones running deep under Asia and along the Americas. What GOCE is probably seeing is the buried remnants of old plate material of Jurassic age (older than 150 million years ago) in the case of Asia, and of roughly Cretaceous age (older than about 60 million years ago) in the case of the Americas.
In addition, the satellite’s data contains a residual signal of the former Tethys Ocean. Subducted material is seen in the maps stretching from the Mediterranean to the Himalayas. The Tethys Ocean is thought to have closed in the past 40-50 million years as India and Asia collided.
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BREAKING NEWS: A Surprise Big Move by the US Government
Maybe there is hope still by side-tracking this so-called global warming nonsense and focus on the “solution” instead of playing war games to win the hearts and minds of the American public – and all in the name of MONEY.
The Obama administration announced on Wednesday the creation of seven “climate hubs” to provide information to rural communities facing extreme weather conditions. As Earth changing events continue to escalate, which includes warming and cooling trends, people will begin to migrate from urban areas to rural to maintain a well thought-out method of sustainable living. It will be the combination of community planning architecture along with agriculture.
In fact, this method has been known and practiced over the last decade in smaller planed developments with great success. It is known as PERMACULTURE.
The hubs by the U .S. Department of Agriculture will provide scientific knowledge to help farmers, ranchers and land owners battle risks associated with climate change, including drought, floods, pests and fires.
“For generations, America’s farmers, ranchers and forest landowners have innovated and adapted to challenges,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said. “USDA’s climate hubs are part of our broad commitment to developing the next generation of climate solutions so that our agricultural leaders have the modern technologies and tools they need to adapt and succeed in the face of a changing climate,” Vilsack said.
All I can say is….about freaking time the majority concedes to taking right action in the direction of “solution” and not who’s going to get the larger slice of the pie.
It’s this last issue which does encompass a big portion of that third question asked of our ancient ancestors: What is their message for us today? To break it down to its most simple form: “You will need to join together as a neighboring community to survive the changes coming in your time”.