posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 08:25 AM
There is nothing new under the sun... save a world more connected than ever before.
We are nearing the end of our current interglacial and over the next hundreds of years (approx.2500years) there will be even greater challenges for
mankind to face, and with any hope, we will grow to appreciate that our world is not a constant and definitely no garden of delights.
The earth WILL return to the state of an ice-age in the future:
The last interglacial lasted approx.10,000years, followed by the last ice-age which lasted approx.100,000years...
Our present interglacial has also lasted approx.10,000years so far...
Now, I do comprehend that mankind has had a degree of influence over the climate, etc, and natural cycles of our earth...
Yet, do you really believe we are THAT in control, or have THAT much effect that we could upset such a colossal cycle? A cycle that MANY (including
myself) either forget about or pay no attention to.
A cycle with sound scientific proof that yes, things will get hotter, 'normal' cycles will change/adjust and influence one-another; ice will melt to
do what? To cool the earth.
As the ice melts, pressure lessens on the poles and ocean currents are affected.
As the pressure lessens, there more than likely will be influxes of volcanic and EQ activity, and once the earth has cooled down enough by way of
melting ice (and the influence this has on other systems), we will be shunted into the next ice-age, spiralling down in temperatures over a possible
8-10,000 year period.
I feel we may be approaching this scenario faster than I’ve assumed, but we won’t be around to confirm any of this, as geological processes occur
For the ‘shadow government’ (whatever) conspirators out there:
Could there be a ‘plan’ to try to influence these cycles to keep the world warmer?
Yes, you say? Ah, our reptilian overlords don’t fancy knitting for long winters all that much
(PS, above my last inane paragraph are (mostly) truths you can educate yourself on, as I did, too, above that paragraph, added to those truths are my
own thumb-sucking postulates and theories… do the research, and don’t take that last paragraph seriously, and please I'm sure I'm not 100%
right, so if you can learn me something new, by all means, let's approach this intellectually. You are correct in assuming I am no scientist)