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Even if you scanned the video in the time you had you wouldn't. Not actually meaning YOU... but YOU didn't listen to the video nor have you read any links I've posted.
originally posted by: HumberWarrior
First dibs on the thread title for the name of a band!
Not sure which genre though.
Death Metal or some sort of Psychadelic Pop?
However.......on topic.......the general gist of the OP has an element of plausibility to it the detail is more than likely way off. No matter how clever we think we are we not very good at all at predicting future earth events. My guess is we never will be. It's like the Chaos Theory and The Butterfly Effect at work and it's far too complex and unpredictable. Even computer models would come up with hundreds of different outcomes just by tweaking different variables by small amounts. And we can't even agree on those variables in the real world so what's the point? Apart from to sell doom to those that find change even on a catastrophic level globally so appealing simply on the basis that its a break from the dogma of day to day life.
Nah. Just get on with your lives and enjoy each day as best you can. Change is inevitable but it probably ain't gonna happen overnight. We've probably got another couple of generations left in us before we
reach the end of our current epoch.
“There hasn’t been one explanation yet that I’d say has become a consensus, where people say, ‘We’ve nailed it, this is why it’s happening,’” Parkinson said. “Our models are improving, but they’re far from perfect. One by one, scientists are figuring out that particular variables are more important than we thought years ago, and one by one those variables are getting incorporated into the models.”
For Antarctica, key variables include the atmospheric and oceanic conditions, as well as the effects of an icy land surface, changing atmospheric chemistry, the ozone hole, months of darkness and more.
“Its really not surprising to people in the climate field that not every location on the face of Earth is acting as expected – it would be amazing if everything did,” Parkinson said. “The Antarctic sea ice is one of those areas where things have not gone entirely as expected. So it’s natural for scientists to ask, ‘OK, this isn’t what we expected, now how can we explain it?’”
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: MamaJ
We are doomed if this issue doesn't stabilize.
How can it be stabilized?
Do you seriously think that will stabilize it?
originally posted by: InnerPeace2012
a reply to: MamaJ
Yes we can create that reality we prefer, this is the time for it...when we focus and live each moment with excitement, we tap into the energy shift or mass awakening that's happening right now, and accelerate the excitment, love and peace.
Truly exciting times it is.