posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 11:55 AM
reply to post by ArMaP
I imagine this is world wide. The Gulf Stream affects the weather and more permanently, the climate of the planet. The weather disturbances would be
world wide. Hot/cold, flooding/droughts, and many other strange variations, happening in different areas all at once, I believe.
The Gulf Stream data is studied alot in depth. Europe and the UK, eastern North America are extremely dependent on this system of equalizing
temperatures between oceans.
I remember reading that the UK had sent its own team out to study the effects. Also, my uncle who has physics background, and enjoys many contacts
world wide, told me this year, that he thought an ice age was coming. He doesnt share much, so that was a surprising viewpoint coming from him.
I believe, strangely enough, that the forecasts for disaster in the next few years were put out by the cia for events that may or may not be large
such as the mayan calendar type thing, and that whatever we're not being told, or whatever they have been trying to bring in (or some combo between
these two), was not going to have the effects they were hoping for. I don't for one minute believe this oil leak was an "accident", it was
immediately followed by a Canadian spill, a Chinese one, and then Japan had an explosive attack on their tanker. Not likely to be accidents.
So I've drawn the conclusion whatever is heading our way, that they hint but refuse to tell us about, wasnt going to have big enough pay offs in
disasters, so they prodded nature along.
Thats what I feel.
[edit on 7-8-2010 by Unity_99]