posted on Mar, 31 2010 @ 08:31 PM
Normal Climatic conditions, and environmental changes, floods, earthquakes, new species, volcano's asteroids all change the weather patterns with the
sun, and pollution.
So without Niburu or lizards or crazy gold digging life forms this is just another small event on the geological history of the earth.
What is of interest though is that as the Greenland ice sheets are melting, they are affecting the part of the ocean that in 3 or 4 columns draws
water done by northern Europe Atlantic, where it is conveyed deep, getting nutrient rich before rising and heating by the Americas, Caribbean.
This has been measured in recent years to be up to only 30% of the "norm" as in the amount of energy this system now has.
So we can see from these records what will happen when Greenland finally goes and no more cold water can drop down on that part of the system.
I will let all those interested research it themselves the info/articles/studies are very easy to research and well known.
[edit on 31-3-2010 by MischeviousElf]