posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 08:33 PM
for what it is worth, we do analysis and advise on current and future geophysical threats and what they are casued by. what we know is that the sun
in this last solar cycle has been about 100 times stronger than what nasa had expected. in short more solar storms and some of the largest ever
recorded have hit this planet. solar storms produce cosmic rays which get stuck in our atmosphere, which locks in c02, which warms the planet up.
Although most don't like this scenario, humans account for about 2-5% of c02. not enough to do much harm, we aren't helping things that is for
sure, however yellowstone volcano is producing so much mercury that geologists thought their equiptment was broken, it wasn't, and the amount is
huge. the question that most people don't ask, is what is causing the entire solar system to warm up? What is causing the sun to behave this way?
We are now in feedback phenomena, which means that what used to be c02 sinks, like the artic perma frost, has now become a c02 producer due to it
melting and decomposing which causes c02 release. thanks linni