Originally posted by apokalupsis33vital
There are many theories pertaining to why our natural world seems to be changing so drastically and so violently. Some such theories are as follows: man-made global warming, ozone depletion, pole-shift, solar activity, nibiru, HAARP (government influences), and all relative Mayan/2012 hysteria theories.
Non of the theories above truly hold much water, really, when trying to explain what exactly is going on with our planet in regards to the atmospheric, electromagnetic, and geological changes that seem to be increasing at an ever more rapid rate.
I follow this guys YouTube channel, and watch every morning. He is always professional, concise, and informative.
The video below is brand new and really lays the facts out on the table as to what is really going on with the aforementioned planetary changes. The video is short, very informative and eye-opening if you are not in the know just yet.
You will hopefully feel compelled to do your own research, as I have for quite a while, and you may even want to begin stocking some food and water, especially since we have seen the hardships of people affected by Sandy....
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
reply to post by apokalupsis33vital
Guy gets quite technical for me but interesting nevertheless.
I've often thought that our planet has set cycles like Autumn, Winter etc. however what if there's longer spanning cycles that us humans don't know about. I'm talking here of cycles that last maybe hundreds or thousands (if not more) years which may have caused some of the great cataclysms in earths past, like the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Just a theory ofc.
Magnetic Field Decay
The earth's magnetic field strength was measured by Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1835 and has been repeatedly measured since then, showing an exponential decay with a half-life of about 1400 years. This could also be stated as a relative decay of about 10% to 15% over the last 150 years.
70-90 years oscillations in global mean temperature are correlated with corresponding oscillations in solar activity. Whereas the solar influence is obvious in the data from the last four centuries, signatures of human activity are not yet distinguishable in the observations.
Originally posted by BeneathBaseStupidity
Why are people fascinated about doomsday theorising?
If the world is to end then, guess what--we'll all be dead!
You really think there is enough room on the rickety Mir space station for all of you plebes?