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Old January 3rd, 2018, 07:31 AM   #21

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What? There is no question that man-made carbon dioxide is causing global warming, and the degree of this warming is causing serious problems.
True, but the warming oceans are dumping the largest amount of dioxide into the atmosphere, and trees, no longer need it as food so much since they are "extincting". Even moreso now with all the forest fires raging through the winter. 8|
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 04:04 PM   #22

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Well, I don't know about an ice age, but this winter is pretty crazy. While Canada and the US are colder than usual, Alaska had an exceptionally warm December...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.64706ade789d
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Well, I don't know about an ice age, but this winter is pretty crazy. While Canada and the US are colder than usual, Alaska had an exceptionally warm December...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.64706ade789d
I am very glad people find this interesting. The extreme weather in the east is the result of poleward displacements of major wind and pressure systems. All this is rather complicated and not as simple as we have global warming because of too much carbon dioxide. It is more like stacking dominos so when you knock down the first one, the rest fall. We are overdue for an ice age and also a polar shift. We are rushing to get information and all the facts are not known.

This link stresses we should not be overly concerned about a pole shift although its effects on climate are unknown. https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/fe...eReversal.html

This link carries the idea that areas suffering drought dry up and lose mass, and areas losing ice also lose mass. This loss of mass leads to the pole to shift.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/a...imate-change1/


This link explains things are even more complicated! Because the changes mentioned lead to poleward displacements of major wind and pressure systems, resulting in the extreme weather.
http://www.inscc.utah.edu/~reichler/...9_Widening.pdf

This link tells how the earth's temperature is relegated. Heat makes water evaporate and that becomes rain, weathering the rocks and that takes Co2 out of the air, cooling the planet. When the planet is cold the rain stops, the weathering stops, and hopefully things warm up again.

https://www.popsci.com/earths-climate-regulates-itself

We went into the Age of Arquius in the year 2000 and that represents the water bearer. My bad, I love pseudoscience associated with astrology. I won't say any more about this unless people enjoy being speculative. Some say the Tarot cards and Pyramid of Gisa and I Ching, astrology in the east and west (Mayan) predict our life cycle. That is, the bible is not the only book to predict what is happening. Maybe God spoke to everyone?
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Old January 20th, 2018, 03:32 AM   #25
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Russia is having extremely cold weather.

https://nypost.com/2018/01/16/bliste...les-eyelashes/
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Old January 20th, 2018, 10:31 AM   #26

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Scientific meritocracy (not as good as maths or physics though) celebration with Randall Carlson, look at how his "debate" peer was forced to respect him eventually.

Oh, wrong video lol

Referring to this video (2:48:47):

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Old January 20th, 2018, 10:50 AM   #27
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Scientific meritocracy (not as good as maths or physics though) celebration with Randall Carlson, look at how his "debate" peer was forced to respect him eventually.

Oh, wrong video lol

Referring to this video (2:48:47):

Okay, I am not sure what that has to do with ice ages, but he is saying interesting things.

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I am very glad people find this interesting. The extreme weather in the east is the result of poleward displacements of major wind and pressure systems. All this is rather complicated and not as simple as we have global warming because of too much carbon dioxide. It is more like stacking dominos so when you knock down the first one, the rest fall. We are overdue for an ice age and also a polar shift. We are rushing to get information and all the facts are not known.

This link stresses we should not be overly concerned about a pole shift although its effects on climate are unknown. https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/fe...eReversal.html

This link carries the idea that areas suffering drought dry up and lose mass, and areas losing ice also lose mass. This loss of mass leads to the pole to shift.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/a...imate-change1/


This link explains things are even more complicated! Because the changes mentioned lead to poleward displacements of major wind and pressure systems, resulting in the extreme weather.
http://www.inscc.utah.edu/~reichler/...9_Widening.pdf

This link tells how the earth's temperature is relegated. Heat makes water evaporate and that becomes rain, weathering the rocks and that takes Co2 out of the air, cooling the planet. When the planet is cold the rain stops, the weathering stops, and hopefully things warm up again.

https://www.popsci.com/earths-climate-regulates-itself

We went into the Age of Arquius in the year 2000 and that represents the water bearer. My bad, I love pseudoscience associated with astrology. I won't say any more about this unless people enjoy being speculative. Some say the Tarot cards and Pyramid of Gisa and I Ching, astrology in the east and west (Mayan) predict our life cycle. That is, the bible is not the only book to predict what is happening. Maybe God spoke to everyone?
As polar cap lessens , it lightens, and 'lifts' allowing more warm water to flow under it , so it could be melting from underneath as well , making it lighter, rise more, allow more water, melt more .....

Now ... that 'Age of Aquarius ' ... what makes you think it has started already ?

(please dont cite Graham Handcock .... I mean , Hancock . )
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