Are We Coming Out of an Ice Age?
By George Filer
The M-class solar flares set off two coronal mass ejections (CMEs) that erupted from the sun on last Wednesday and Thursday (June 13 and June 14).
Both CMEs crashed into Earth's protective magnetosphere, on Saturday (June 16), sparking geomagnetic storms and intensifying aurora displays on the
planet as far south as Iowa, Nebraska and Maryland.
May was the warmest month of May on record in the United States and temperatures are expected to reach 99 Fahrenheit on the East Coast of the US,
tomorrow. Most of the scientific community believes that warming is occurring across the globe and through some layers of the atmosphere. Some
scientists, a minority compared to those who believe the warming trend is something ominous, say it is simply the latest shift in the cyclical
patterns of a planet's life. The Earth's temperature averages about 60 degrees Fahrenheit (about 16 degrees Celsius). The average surface
temperature has warmed one degree Fahrenheit (0.6 degrees Celsius) during the last century, according to the National Research Council. The
temperatures were relatively unchanged from 1880 to 1910, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They rose till about 1945, cooled
until about 1975 and have risen steadily to the present day.
James Hansen, the head of NASAs Goddard Institute of Space Studies and the top U.S. climate scientist, has issued a warning about the threat of a
catastrophic rise in sea levels. In Hansens paper in the journal Environmental Research, he states, "I suggest that a "scientific reticence" is
inhibiting the communication of a threat of a potentially large sea level rise. Delay is dangerous because of system inertias that could create a
situation with future sea level changes out of our control. I argue for calling together a panel of scientific leaders to hear evidence and issue a
prompt plain-written report on current understanding of the sea level change issue."
Editors Note: Hansen is correct in assumption that sea levels are likely to rise because many of Earths glaciers are melting creating billions of
gallons of additional water a year. A rise of just three feet in ocean levels could swamp low lying areas such as coastal areas of Florida shown in
orange, although dredging and levees could protect some of these areas.
Depending how much ice melts we may not be able to hold back the sea, low lying areas are likely to flood with the potential sea level going up as
much as 20 feet according to some estimates. Most rivers emptying into the oceans would back up with high levels of salinity.
According to the Wikipedia Encyclopedia "Glaciologically, ice age is often used to mean a period of ice sheets in the northern and southern
hemispheres; by this definition we are still in an ice age (because the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets still exist). More colloquially, when
speaking of the last few million years, ice age is used to refer to colder periods with extensive ice sheets over the North American and Eurasian
continents: in this sense, the most recent ice age ended about 10,000 years ago. en.wikipedia.org...
Readers should also consider as few as 6,000 to 10,000 years ago much of the arctic was not covered by ice, but was a relatively warm climate. When
cores at the bottom of the Ross Sea in Antarctica were dated it was found the most recent Ice Age began 6,000 years ago. Antarctica has been several
times nonglacial. Ice cores taken from Greenland by geoscientist Richard Alley of Pennsylvania State University show the last Ice Age came to an end
not in a slow creep of time, but with the entire planet warming in just three years. Obviously this warming was not caused by man-made fossil fuels,
but by some other cause likely related to our sun. Apparently, the Earth goes through temperature changes on a regular basis that may be related to
The Earth is warming but causes outside human green house activity may be mostly responsible. In the 60s, scientists feared a new Ice Age and similar,
but opposite threats were given. Then we were shown mastodons, animals similar to elephants, who were found in the Siberian tundra, in the region of
present permafrost being dug up.
The mastodons and millions of other animals were found in a standing or kneeling position frozen in a matter of minutes. In their mouths and stomachs
were found grass and leaves still undigested proving they had died suddenly without warning? The bodies had been fast frozen in place and sled dogs
could eat their flesh without ill effects. Vast herds of beasts of all kinds suddenly were frozen in place, where there had been sunny pastures. The
food in their stomachs now grows in areas thousands of miles further south.
Several thousand years ago vast numbers of animals and humans perished in a cataclysm on Earth that may have also destroyed life on Mars. There is
evidence of vast climate changes in the past on Earth; desert areas cover much of the US Southwest, North Africa, Peruvian coastal areas, and the
Middle East. A little over two thousand years ago many of these areas were flowing with milk and honey. Our climates have been changing and before the
catastrophe almost all the Earth was warm, green and well watered. We now appear to be coming out of cold phase when large areas of the Earth are
glaciated. Areas such as Antarctica were once fertile and covered by forests.
Researchers have made a starling correlation between the rise and fall of solar activity and the human consciousness. Professor Raymond Wheeler of the
University of Kansas has come to the same conclusions that Russian scientist Alexander Chizhevsky discovered in 1915. Solar storms directly cause
conflict, wars and even death among humans on Earth. The suns activity as it interacts with the Earths magnetic field, effect extensive changes in
human beings perspectives, moods, emotions and behavioral patterns. During solar minimums and maximums the geomagnetic fields begin to intensify. The
magnetic fields interact with human electrochemically within the brain. It affects psychological mechanisms creating anomalous hormonal swings and
significantly mutated brain-wave activity.
Wheeler expanded on Chishevskys work by studying violence during 1913; measuring the time between battles and severity. These findings were compared
with the suns 11 year sunspot cycle. The results showed that as the sun cycle peaked, there was a rise in human unrest, uprisings, rebellions,
revolutions, and wars between nations. As the magnetic fields intensified, the reaction within the human brain was a mixture of deadly emotional
tantrums and unadulterated killing sprees. As Wheeler further compared his findings with human history, he found a startling pattern that could be
traced back 2,500 years.
In solar cycle 22, at the suns maximum we experienced Iraq invading Kuwait and the US entering the first battle against Saddam Hussein.
Just eleven years later, as the sun became active again, 9/11 and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq ensued. In the latter half of 2010, the sun reached
another peak that affected the Earths magnetic field; we witnessed revolution in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen. Those global uprisings spread to Syria,
Libya, Iran and China.
This civil unrest has now reached its influence across the modernized world. It is projected, based on Wheelers research, as the suns activity
increases, so will the violence on Earth. We are now entering the 24th solar cycle. A surge in solar activity by 50 times more than previously
recorded is anticipated. NASA and other space agencies have been warning of this fact.
Through 2012, the X-flares are expected to explode toward their maximum. The Suns activity will likely bring more wars and revolution. Russia, China
and Iran are sending troops and war supplies to Syria to help prop up the regime. Eyewitness accounts from the Syrian May 26, massacre emerged
describing shadowy gunmen slaughtering whole families in their homes and targeting the most vulnerable in poor farming villages. Western nations
expelled Syrian diplomats in a coordinated move against President Bashar Assad's regime over the killing of more than 100 people, mostly women and
children. You can expect more wars and revolution as the Suns activity increases.
The Sun could also send destructive electro-magnetic pulses (EMP) that could have devastating impact of an electrical grid and satellites. It is
probably a good time to store up extra food and water just in case. There appears to be correlation between solar activity and psychotic outbreaks of
mass insanity on Earth. The world is not ending but there might be some rough times ahead.
Source: Filers Files