Hello Fellow Friends.
I realize that it might be difficult to reply to each and every one of you considering the unexpected feedback. But for the moment, there are certain
points that I wish to mention and that I feel are important.
But first I want to thank everyone of you for taking this thread seriously. The replies are sincere, some are pro, some are con and ALL of them are
respectful and constructive. So a Big Thank YOU !
Second, there are many members telling their stories about different insects, worms and birds that have either disappeared from their area, dropped
dead in front of them or washed up in their area. Thank you for sharing. We shouldn't turn a blind eye when we think that events like those happening
are anything but normal.
And I encourage you to talk about those events to others. Some people are shy and some people will be afraid to appear "stupid" for mentioning
sudden die-offs. But they might open up because you did. This thread is an example. I shared what I thought, you massively answered !
Finally, there are a few of you that mention that I took a huge leap connecting the weakening magnetosphere to human activity. And you are absolutely
But the question remains. What weakens it? While it is true that I don't understand most of the dynamics of the core/magnetosphere symbiosis, what I
do understand is that we have been playing with fire for a very very long time. We did damage the ozone, we did damage the air we breathe, we did
damage the water we drink and the food we eat. It's no one else's fault but ours. We did detonate thousands of nukes all over the place, including
detonation in lower and upper atmosphere, we did send tons over tons of chemicals in that same area, we do litter the bottom of the ocean with
corporation waste, we do laugh at global warming while the climate changes to extremes.
We have altered so much on this planet. To think that a combination of those actions could not be a factor for magnetosphere weakening could be where
the leap is. But I might be wrong and do not claim this as fact. In the OP I mention that we contributed to punch holes in it, not that we punched
holes in it. We contributed. Yes, I might be wrong. Doesn't matter if I am, as the result is the same and we can all agree on that.
magnetosphere is weakening. And along with other man made contributions to the earth's illness, the picture ahead is not looking that awesome.
I will be an old man soon and there is more time behind me than ahead. So while I look into this I think of our children, our grand children and their
children I am saddened by this legacy being transferred on their shoulders. But that's just me.
Back to reading replies and those many links supplied.
Thank you, once again, to every one that participated (and still are) in this discussion !!!