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reply to post by Rezlooper
Very good post. I've read some of your methane posts, and will focus more on it. You've probably answered this, but how will we know when methane is affecting humans, what will be the signs of illness to first show up? Thanks for being the voice in some wilderness, or a canary in a cage, and hopefully being the bird who says the sky is falling.
BAFFLED families were woken by a mysterious loud bang heard across East Yorkshire early this morning. Dozens of people from Hull to Withernsea took to social media after hearing the noise echo through the skies at about 3.30am.
Others posted about the sound from as far away as Cleethorpes and Derby. Many believed a thunderclap was to blame but the Met Office said there was no storm in the area at the time.
Writing on the Mail's Facebook page, Alan Key said the noise "woke us up and scared us to death. People say it was thunder but to me it sounded more like an explosion."
This area is on a peninsula that juts out into the North Sea. These mysterious explosions are clearly escalating all around the world. These explosions are very likely caused by the detonation of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes. Sometimes, if they occur high enough in the sky and anyone is around to notice, they are accompanied by a 'flash of light'. Eventually these atmospheric explosions may rival the small nuclear explosion that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation...
reply to post by amazing
My point about the normal climate being ice age, and our current one will end soon as we transition over (and it may only take decades to flip over to ice age)
reply to post by amazing
My point about the normal climate being ice age, and our current one will end soon as we transition over (and it may only take decades to flip over to ice age), is that it is quite possible that global warming is good, maybe even we need more of it. For arguments sake, lets say that in the next 100 years we will head into the next "normal climate period" of a 100,000 year ice age, but that the current global warming prevents that or slows that down greatly, then its good and we should do nothing now other than preserve our resources, manage population growth, and reduce resource depletion. But again, the climate warming is a good thing.
Now too much warming too soon could be bad too, we just do not know. Al Gore has never considered that possibility that we may need all the global warming we can produce to prevent glacial sheets covering upper USA and Europe. Again- ice age is normal climate, we are in a short interglacial period due to end very soon. Can we talk about the big picture and reality and not this false debate about climate change being bad, as if we could keep what we have if only we behaved ourselves.
Climate change is NORMAL, you will not stop it, and current global warming is just as likely to be a good thing than a bad thing when you look at the bigger picture.
10th January 2014 - A large number of parrots, kangaroos and emus found dead 'due to heatwave' in Australia. Link
Okay folks...I give up. The argument on both sides is unwinable. This whole argument mainly focuses around carbon emissions, but my true concern is methane and hydrogen sulfide gas.