This is an “overflow” page from prior Tips pages as they had gotten so large it was taking a long time to load. Same idea, just a new set of space to put pointers to things of interest.
I’ve added a generic “T” parent page where older copies of the various “Tips” pages can be found archived.
While I am mostly interested in things having to do with:
Making money, usually via trading
Weather and climate
Quakes, Volcanoes, and other Earth Sciences
Current economic and political events
(often as those last three have impact on the first one…)
And just about any ‘way cool’ interesting science or technology
if something else is interesting, it, too, can be ‘tipped’.
You can also look at the list of “Categories” on the right hand side and get an idea of any other broad area of interest.
This ought not to be seen as a “limit” on what is “interesting”, more as a “focus list” with other things that are interesting being fair game as well.
I half heard an interview today on steam radio where Richard Fidler was interviewing someone with a very sceptical view of big finance. It isn’t up at
In it was a quote that the US Treasury has taken Treasury bonds from
“A risk free source of income” to “An income free source of risk”
I was reading this author’s extracts:
from his recent book on the Dark Ages.
He has his thesis he is promoting, which is largely human causation – you can read more yourself.
But I was reminded of a couple of your posts on the 8.2 kiloyear event when I read this part:
“For try as they might, excavators have signally failed to discover any civilization worthy of the name in Europe between the late seventh and early tenth centuries. Indeed, the progress of research has repeatedly demonstrated that even the pitifully few monuments and artifacts hitherto assigned the “dark” centuries have, on further investigation, usually been shown not to belong to that epoch at all; but invariably either to the period immediately following the Dark Age, or to the period immediately preceding it.
But the mystery has deepened further: for we now know that Europe is not the only region devoid of archaeology between the seventh and tenth centuries.”
Nature versus dumb humanity ? Are the two even mutually exclusive – could not a decline in the conditions that sustain agricultural socities not in fact open the door to anarchy ?
Hope some of this is found of interest.
@Myrrdin Seren (01:37:51) : I.Velikovsky “Worlds in collision” & “Ages in chaos”; always nature to fix up things.
As the chinese said: “When music is noisy, the state is in danger”…it reflects a change in the electromagnetic fields affecting humans.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/31/science/gains-in-dna-are-speeding-research-into-human-origins.html?_r=1&smid=fb-nytimes&WT.mc_id=SC-E-FB-SM-LIN-DTH-013112-NYT-NA&WT.mc_ev=click Looks like it was a bit warmer in Siberia in the past, and earth didn’t collapse?
I LOVE that quote! Just about sums it up…
Yes, very interesting. I hadn’t realized the depth of lack of ‘facts IN the ground’… Yes, an agricultural collapse and it’s all back to ‘camping and hunting’ for a generation or two’… Not a lot of artifacts from folks using sticks and rocks…
But human causation? I don’t think so… We have civilizations persisting through all kinds of human stupidity for thousands of years. What does them in is rapid change of agricultural capacity from ‘rock fall from space’ or ‘sudden and prolonged drought’ events.
Oh, and for Europe, the occasional “Killer From ICELAND Volcano”…
UPDATE: OK, read the piece. I see a couple of missing chunks. First off, he seems to completely ignore the Plague of Justinian: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plague_of_Justinian We had huge chunks of Europe known to just die off. I would expect something similar to have happened in what was to become the Islamic World. This caused a significant weakening of the Roman Empires (It was dividing into East and West Empires). This (and a couple of other events) were the proximal cause of the collapse of the Western Empire. In essence, THE Empire had recandled to the East as the Byzantine Empire center and the West was left to fend for itself.
Second Problem: The Economics of Empire are unsustainable. As long as new lands and new peoples were brought under subjugation, new wealth flowed to Rome (and later to Constantinople). Once the empire stopped expanding, the Ponzi Scheme ends. It’s easy to bribe soldiers with ‘spoils’, far harder to convince them to fight for free or stand around doing nothing. It’s also hard to feed them when they are not gaining new lands… AS the Western Empire stagnated, these economics hit home. That was part of the reason for the re-candle to the East where there were enough riches to support a nice High Consumption Lifestyle.
All this was already underway and the schism in THE Empire into The EmpireS was well along, long before the rest happened. Long before Islam. Just as the Plague of Justinian was long before Islam.
Third Problem: The Rise of Christianity. Whenever ANY empire shifts the dominant religion, it collapses. I can not say which is cause and which is effect, but the go together. So in 300 AD The Roman Empire(s) converted to Christianity at the insistence of the Emperor (who also converted). This brought with it great turmoil in the provinces. There is a dramatic difference in mind set between the Roman Imperial one where pragmatism was first and the Christian Empire where Religious Dogma was first. Aside from just the petty bickering, there were now multiple seats of Power in the empire…
Note that it was not until about 629 AD that Islam had consolidated even Arabia… (Mohamed was waving a Bible about as he did so, basically, preaching a kind of Christianity. Only later was the Koran written and they decided to spurn the Bible as the one Mohamed used was lost and the one from Rome was, in their opinion, a broken copy. Most likely Mohamed had a Gnostic Bible, and in that case, the tossing of Gnostic books by the Roman Catholics would justify that view by them.)
Only later did the Muslims cause trouble for the Byzantines:
Note that it was an intersection of internal problems in the empire leading to crushing taxation for little benefit with the arrival of a mandatory change of religion in any case that gave Islam fairly easy entry into Western Europe and some other areas. It was not the fault of Islam that a weakened Western empire, reduced by plagues and suffering under crushing taxes from an authoritarian center was not so interested in defending the old relationships.
Now, add to that the fact that Something Bad Happened in 535-540 AD that caused some wide spread crop damage and significant problems….
Here you are, forced to swap your religion and the New God doesn’t save you from massive crop failures and climate shifts (clearly the work of some God or other). You’ve had a horrid plague just a while back, too. And this new religion is antithetical to study of technology and ‘worldly goods’ and wants to to devote your time to only The Bible. Oh, and it isn’t clear if the Church or the Emperor is in charge day to day, but you have to pay tithes and taxes to both.
Along comes this new guy who says: Only one power. Smaller taxes. Less central authority (as long as you follow the Koran) and we are interested in building a good material life. Or you can die by the sword. (But since you only recently adopted this Christianity thing, and then often by force too, folks typically didn’t care much. Also remember that the early Christians often had a moral code / dress code not much different from the Muslims.)
Frankly, I don’t see the case for an external destruction of The Empires at the hand of Islam so much as I see a case for BOTH having a collapse / disruption of their prior cultures by the adoption of a New Religion at about the same time that the Roman Empire reached an internal stagnation / “run out of other peoples money to spend” moment. Whacked with a Plague or two. Then a (likely volcanic driven) collapse of local agriculture. Then Islam recovered first and did a more rapid exploit of the disaffected parts of the Roman Empires.
We have historical accounts of ICEBERGS hitting the Byzantine walls at Constantinople… so we know crops in Germany, England, Scandinavia, and even France will have been very marginal. We have “the migration era pessimum” where folks were running out of frozen central Asia as fast as they could ( some Goths even making a tour through Spain and ending in North Africa…)
Particularly see the picture there of migrations. Largely out of central asia and southward from anywhere cold.
So long before Islam even existed, the place was a mess. Folks were running away from the cold, riddled with plague, and the survivors were fighting over the bones of the old Imperial frontiers. Later, when things got just a bit warmer, the Arabs were now Muslims and tried to bite a chunk off the old carcass from below, and got stopped for 1000 years with mostly Spain to show for it.
THEN we get ANOTHER round of The Plague (“The Black Death” in this case) and more history happens…
But for my dime, it’s more about the dynamics of Empire (ANY empire, even ours, when it chronically spends more than it can tax and produce…), nature shifting the climate settings / crop production (as it does ever few hundred years all on its own), and the destructive influence of Religion Change (ANY Religion Change…) all seasoned with a few plagues and a load of corruption of power. That Islam was in the mix doesn’t, IMHO, matter much. If could just have easily have been Persians with their Traditional Religions or Egyptians with THEIR set of Gods, or Alexander The Great with the ancient Greek Pantheon…
The old Empire weakens, naturally, some natural “crap happens” (weather, volcanoes, diseases, etc.) and folks are fed up with The Old Bastard and willing to accept The New Bastard… and “History Happens”…
While you can make a case that particular aspects of Islam were particularly destructive, there’s a lot of existence proof that OTHER such events were equally destructive to culture and heritage. (BurningS of the Library at Alexandria, anyone?…)
So while there are some things in the thesis to support it, I find more that argues against it.
Yeah, it’s cold what does us in. Warm is good…
But that article is more about the mixing of 3 genotypes into “modern humans” than just warmth. I find it rather attractive to realize we have a 3 species background ;-)
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/technology/sandia-national-laboratories-create-self-guided-bullets/story-fn7celvh-1226259411205 Weird bullet
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16657122 Trying to make up excuses for cold weather lol
@E.M.: So…it was the Sun! in the end. Wise people then the Incas who consider the sun as their god. Something additional happened as, when the “Inti Raymi” (Sun´s celebration) is commemorated until today, in Cusco, the “Inca” lights a symbolic flame with a concave mirror to know if the sun is strong or close enough to set that fire on.
http://junkscience.com/2012/02/01/new-study-russian-astrophysicist-predicts-global-cooling/ Russian predicting global cooling with Ice Age in 2055
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/02/01/a-proposal-to-introduce-elephants-to-australia-really/ Experts joke of the day. Hey why not put all animals everywhere to “restore the balance” lol
Getting very cold again! Seems Global
Article that supervolcanoes wake up in a few decades. Well, how did they expect them to wake up?
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120131093104.htm Sun keeps “puzzling” people
http://thunderbolts.info/tpod/2010/arch10/100125kimberlite.htm Diamond pipes theory
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/02/120201094923.htm ummm plants remove the CO2 and then cause Ice ages lol!!!!
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/01/13/magnetoastrocoolness-how-magnetic-fields-play-an-underappreciated-role-in-the-cosmos/ Magnetic fields neglected
http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2012/01/19/how-can-we-feed-planet-without-destroying-planet 40% of food is destroyed, and 40% of food is not grown for humans, yet we are running out of food LOL. Sounds like they are just trying to keep the price high?
@Scarlet Pumpernickel: Here you are:
Click to access abdusamatov2.pdf
Click to access abdu2009.pdf
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/01/120131-alien-particles-matter-nasa-ibex-interstellar-space-science/?source=link_fb20120201news-alienparticlesfound Alien particles invading lol
http://john-o-sullivan.suite101.com/top-scientist-says-new-solar-wobble-to-prolong-global-cooling-a373733 Wobble will also prolong the cooling
But you said that the cause of the “sky hum” can lie within Earth’s core as well, what does it mean?
There is one more possible cause of these sounds and it may lie at the Earth’s core. The fact is that the acceleration of the drift of the Earth’s north magnetic pole which increased more than fivefold between 1998 and 2003 and is at the same level today points to intensification of energy processes in the Earth’s core, since it is processes in the inner and outer core that form the Earth’s geomagnetic field. Meanwhile, as we have already reported, on November 15, 2011 all ATROPATENA geophysical stations which record three-dimensional variations of the Earth’s gravitational field almost simultaneously registered a powerful gravitational impulse. The stations are deployed in Istanbul, Kiev, Baku, Islamabad and Yogyakarta, with the first and last one being separated by a distance of about 10,000 km. Such a phenomenon is only possible if the source of this emanation is at the Earth’s core level. That huge energy release from the Earth’s core at the end of the last year was some kind of a start signal indicating the transition of the Earth’s internal energy into a new active phase.
And a cockroach fuel cell? http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-biofuel-cell-electricity-implanted-false.html
Whales and helicopters http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-german-mimic-humpback-whale-helicopter.html
Sun can curve solar flares
NASA discovers that glaciers calve. Nobel Prize time? http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-image-island-glacier.html
Well, I see folks finally noticed T3 was here ;-)
Now I get to try and catch up after my “Russian Novel Murder Mystery” most recent posting…
I think we can start having those Inca guys giving presentations up here now ;-)
I think Habibulo (the Russian Guy) has it right….
And Snow in the Sahara Palm Trees has just got to be telling folks in Europe something…
Oh Dear! That “diamond pipes’ link puts forth the theory that they are ELECTRICAL in nature. Don’t let the Plasma Universe guys see that or they will be working on how to get funding to make diamond mines form ;-)
Not so sure I like the idea of a Earth Hum with a load of power in the infra sound range. That range can make folks sick…
That Verity article is a nice ‘keeper’ too!
So, do ‘alien’ particles have to get a ‘green card’? ;-)
http://youtu.be/cYg2pPVNivQ Joke of the day — it used to occur in USA, UK and Sweden, how come not anymore?
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150536938508492.385651.138662048491&type=3 Check out these pics, they discovered clouds and that its warmer on the equator…
http://joannenova.com.au/2012/01/global-cooling-coming-archibald-uses-solar-and-surface-data-to-predict-4-9c-fall/ Nice cooling forecast
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2095571/Natural-tilts-earths-axis-alter-temperature-cause-ice-ages-says-Harvard-scientist.html Ice Age, the new vogue
The year of the Dragon:The 60-year cycle was introduced during the Hàn Dynasty ((汉朝 [漢朝]) and is related to the orbital period of Jupiter.
http://www.ouramazingplanet.com/2269-rare-caterpillar-horizontal-earthquake-discovered.html Caterpillar Earthquakes
http://news.discovery.com/space/big-pic-sublime-spring-mars-dunes-120202.html Looks like Mars is doing it’s melting again, must be that 95% CO2?
Hello E.M. I know you had a posting a while back on biomass gasification you might find this very interesting :)
Really interesting weather pattern on the West coast. We have a brick wall ridge of high pressure that is pushing a stream of Pacific moisture all the way up to Anchorage! The weather is going backwards. Usually we get storms that come down out of the Gulf of Alaska but right now the weather is going in the opposite direction.
That situation will probably be present only for a day or two, but it is just amazing.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16814669 Ummmmmm so why don’t we plant trees????
Birds falling from the sky!
Yep the TV says its the hottest year ever from their chart which shows the whole temperature of earth but cannot give today’s temperature LOL http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=J00daUV9YQ4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5jiIsata0hQ Turkey Freezing better hold another Global Warming Conference
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQfE8WBmJDM&feature=player_embedded OH NO THE WARMING!!!!!!! STOP IT!!!!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NyPhvV_uKnA Copenhagen 2 needed to save us
Ice free europe
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-01-galactic-magnetic-field-lab-bolsters.html Electric Universe guys are really going to love this
@Scarlet Pumpernickel: Did these guys ever learned the Oersted´s law, the “right hand rule” which states that electricity and magnetism are 90º one from the other?.
The equation for POWER has as constant the number 1.414, which, precisely is the sum of Sine 45º and Cosine 135º =0.707 + – 0.707, and which btw is equal to the square root of 2 and equal to the hypothenuse of a squared triangle where legs are equal to One, each, then this hypothenuse is the resultant force of the two “legs” of such a triangle of forces, where one leg is electricity and the other is magnetism.
Pythagoras, about 2,500 years ago, already knew this! Why don´t we?
Click to access unified_field_explained_9.pdf
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-archaeologists-unique-wing.html New wing building?
Snow in Italy !
http://www.nationalreview.com/planet-gore/256079/only-9099-last-10500-years-warmer-2010-brian-bolduc Only the last 9099 years in the last 10500 years are warmer then today, even with the current rigged temperatures.
BTW whats the temperature of earth today, I’m trying to plot my own hockey stick graph. Why can’t we get global sea and land temperatures every day?
The Cascadia got very active in the last hour. There was 3 quakes in that area, 2 on one end ( a 4.3 and a 3.0) and a 5.7 on the other:
NASA now thinks sunspots are relevant (after ignoring them in the past) and thinks they produce energy LOLOLOLOL
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-01-astronomers-mystery-energetic-electrons-earth.html Missing electrons
Obama/Al Gore prizes under investigation
http://www.arabianbusiness.com/could-gold-reach-3-000-ounce–443299.html Gold 3000 – iran attack?
Soooo is this guy (born in Mecca) still winning?
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/14/world/middleeast/14khashoggi.html Funny he’s even related to Prince’s Di Boyfriend lol
http://www.businesspundit.com/10-most-notorious-arms-dealers-in-modern-history/ Funny how the one on our side is number 10, and number 1 is the Russian guy ;)
@Scarlet Pumpernickel (00:25:08) :
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http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-surface-mars-life-million-year.html Maybe they need to look under the ground in Mars. Over 90% of life on earth actually lives underground
Click to access lavalle-report-small-printed.pdf
http://www.emsc-csem.org/Files/news/MISCELLANEOUS/EruptionZubair_Islands_Yemen.pdf Pics from Yemen volcano
The results? It’s an alien environment out there: the material in that galactic wind doesn’t look like the same stuff our Solar System is made of.
@E.M.: This is a very important document:
An Electric Universe?
That last video (that shows a Russian Choir in military dress singing about shutting off the gas to Europe) is one of the more interesting (and disturbing) things. On the one hand, it’s just folks laughing at the silly way Europe has let itself be moved into dependence (via stupid things like Germany abandoning nuclear and Spain / England embracing wind)…
On the other hand, it indicates a pervasive understanding that they have their hand on the valve of warmth / power and are happy to use it…
Extending that, it means they will be very aware of competing pipelines in places like Iran, Iraq, Turkey… and working to control them, too…
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/technology/sci-tech/lake-vostoks-ancient-water-could-harbour-aliens-hitler/story-fn5iztw3-1226264499986 Hitler at South Pole???
http://news.discovery.com/space/big-pic-mars-avalanche-spring-120206.html never before seen melting ice on Mars
http://news.yahoo.com/romanias-government-collapses-protests-151141275.html Hungary just collapsed
Up to 80cm of snow in Tunisia, including some in the Sahara. First snow since the early 1960’s.
http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tagesanzeiger.ch%2Fausland%2Fasien-und-ozeanien%2FPolizisten-stuermen-StaatsTV-auf-den-Malediven%2Fstory%2F17720446&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=UTF-8 Maldives Coup – looks like the sea is not the problem lol
I think that link said Romania, not Hungary…
But I’ll double-down on your Maldives:
Maybe it DOES need a ‘me too’ weather posting if we’re getting one in a lifetime snow in the Sahara…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo0ZkgqM1TE How did these people survive a 100m sea level rise?
Maybe airport Body Scanners can treat your Ringworm as well?
Or check your shoes?
Global Warming in Venice the Canals are Frozen http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-02-08/venice-freezes-over/3817186
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2096934/Snowy-owls-invade-continental-US-scientists-baffled-arriving.html Subtle signs of an Ice Age Approaching…
The Third Millennium BC (3100-2100 BC):
The Period of the First Great Civilizations. Where there great asteroid/comet impacts. Do the flood stories base on what really happened. What caused the drop of temperature and drying around the Mediterranean?
The sudden beginning, did something happen in 3114 BC? Why did the first great civilisations collapse suddenly and at the same time around 2200 BC?.
Timo Niroma, Helsinki, Finland
The Coso Artifact was found by rock and geode hunters Mike Mikesell, Virginia Maxey and Wallace Lane. On February 13, 1961, the trio was hunting for geodes to sell in their gift shop. They hunted in the area of Olancha, California and then brought their finds back to the shop to be sorted and cut. When one of the “geodes” was cut, a cylinder of metal and ceramic was found inside. One of the discoverers of the Cos said that an archaeologist dated the material to 500,000 years ago. It was also said that it might be hardened clay and that it also contained what looked like a nail and a washer.
The Vikings are both famous and notorious for their liking of beer and mead and archaeologists have discussed for years whether Eric the Red (ca 950-1010) and his followers had to make do without the golden drink when they settled in Greenland around the year 1,000: The climate was mild when they landed, but was it warm enough for growing barley?
Researchers from the National Museum in Copenhagen say the answer to the question is ‘yes’. In a unique find, they uncovered tiny fragments of charred barley grains in a Viking midden on Greenland.
The find is final proof that the first Vikings to live in Greenland did grow barley – the most important ingredient in making a form of porridge, baking bread and of course in brewing beer, traditionally seen as the staple foods in the Vikings’ diet.
BS of the day “But Prof Duarte said that while the seagrass is one of the world’s most resilient organisms, it has begun to decline due to coastal development and global warming. ”
Cancer and electrical fields
Peak oil scam finished for this week
“Betting against human ingenuity has been a mistake,” says Lacalle, who today helps oversee $1.3 billion as a portfolio manager at Ecofin Ltd. in London. “The resource base is absolutely enormous, so much so that we will not run out of oil in my lifetime, your lifetime, our children’s lifetimes or our grandchildren’s lifetimes.”
Animals that survived CLIMATE CHANGE
Wow Ice Age is spreading to Afghanistan now, looks really localized ;)
I have come to the conclusion that the moon did not form from an impact on Earth from another body but instead probably formed in proximity to the Earth from the same process that the Earth formed. In other words, I believe that there were two “lumps” of material that accreted pretty much together and the reason the Moon and the Earth are so similar in makeup is that they formed at pretty much the same place at pretty much the same time. I reach this conclusion because of the Moon’s orbit.
Had Earth been hit by an object flying in from parts unknown scattering debris in all directions, the chances of the Moon forming along the ecliptic would be no better than chance. The moon should have formed at some great angle from the ecliptic at some chance spot where a large piece of debris began the gravitational collapse of a cloud of other debris. But instead, the moon is very close to the same ecliptic as the Earth and all of the other planets which leads me to believe that it was accreted from the same material in the same orbit around the sun as Earth and the other planets were.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQp1ox-SdRI&feature=related Pretty cool video of 1st few seconds of nuclear explosion.
Scientists have developed a “biological computer” capable of deciphering images encrypted on DNA chips. As a proof of concept, the scientists encrypted the Scripps Research and Technion logos on a single DNA chip and, using software, decrypted the separate fluorescent images. Credit: Image courtesy of the Kienan laboratory at the Scripps Research Institute.
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute in California and the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology have developed a “biological computer” made entirely from biomolecules that is capable of deciphering images encrypted on DNA chips. Although DNA has been used for encryption in the past, this is the first experimental demonstration of a molecular cryptosystem of images based on DNA computing.
@SP: That´s the “Global Governance” elite´s dream come true. “They” could, without any remorse whatsoever ( they don´t have such a disgusting feeling just proper of nasty people who need to work for a living), give it to us through “vaccines” or through any widely used drugs. That is, for sure, the real objective of such “research”.
It´s time for nature to get rid of such newly formed “devils” who, from time to time, want to replace nature and God with a really limited knowledge, just driven by an anomalous self-conceit.
The same happens when a group of cells conspire to become independent of the God-brain and foolishly develop their stupid “cancer-revolution” until they kill the body which sustains them….
Foolishness at its height: No reason to assume cold European winter ahead – too many sunspots….Really?
Interesting idea. I think there are two considerations, though:
1) Most stuff is in the ecliptic, so the assumption of a random impactor approach is not a good one. There is a probability distribution with most impact events likely to be in the ecliptic; especially if it was a small planet as presently put forward.
2) Stuff forms into a plane due to the effect of gravity. As things move above and below a plane the average gravity of stuff in the plane pulls them back to it. This process continues until forces move everything to the same average plane. As the angular momentum of the disk of proto-planet material had lots of time for this to happen, most of the stuff would be in that plane and even after lunar formation the forces would act to keep everything in line. Basically, the impact would not send debris in random directions, but tend to focus it into the same planar distribution.
Don’t know which forces win, though…
No cold winter “ahead”? What about the damn cold NOW!?
4200 BP (or about 2200 BC ) was Bond Event 3.
Drying (and dying) in Egypt and cold / famine issues in Europe. The fall of Akkadia too… Most likely, IMHO, a confluence of solar and tides changes (lunar solar resonance on tidal ocean changes and solar UV output – rather like we are having now).
Yet I’ve also posted on a potential asteroid / meteor storm with similar periodicities (from the Taurids, perhaps) and based on a similar orbital resonance clock.
Basically, they all may come together when they come (and increased volcanoes too….)
per X-rays: They had one of those machines when I was a kid, but my Did didn’t trust it so I was not allowed to play on it / see my feet. In retrospect: Thanks Dad! ;-)
I’ve often said that beer was the foundation of civilization ;-)
Agriculture came about not due to a shortage of food to hunt and gather, but due to a desire for more beer from grains and on a regular schedule too …
Per the OOPAart COSO thing:
Geology can put deposits of old stuff around new stuff very fast. I remember one case where an OOPArt was found near a mine and folks were excited until it was pointed out that “old” sandstone was forming around a shoe in a wash nearby… They discovered that sand / clay stuff could deposit much faster than generally believed, solidify quickly, and be ‘verified’ as old inside a few years…
Looks like the writers at the link you posted, bitsofscience.org, may need to reconsider their predictions!
Here is another of their articles from only 4 weeks ago, confidently predicting that Europe will be safe from “horror winters” for a few years, at the least.
They even make a point that they are basing their article on “peer reviewed scientific literature.” Sigh…
Here is a sourdough bread site that I find useful.
Los Angeles Country Board of Supervisors (Nanny Division) raises fines to $1000 for anyone caught throwing a football or a Frisbee on any beach in Los Angeles County.
$1000 for throwing a frisbee?! I thought you must have linked to The Onion at first, but no. Crazy!
The various governments (in this case the LA City government) are getting the drug withdrawal shakes as they see the supply of their favorite drug — tax resources — dry up. They will use any justification, no matter how transparent, to get their tax fix. My son was in LA recently and tells me that they have, at many intersections, set the yellow lights to only one second. Needless to say, violations of red lights are strictly enforced and first offense is an over $400 fine.
Where does all that money go? I know that ostensibly, tax revenue goes to pay for governmental services, but does anyone think that their various governments actually provide services equal to the revenue they take in? Where does all that money go?
Fasting cures some cancers?
A little humor here. A British bobby advised by CCTV monitor chases himself.
I think a few of you might enjoy the perspective of author and former Army Col Tom Kratman in his series of books dealing with a second earth where they are going through struggles that parallel the world of today. This is especially true of the third book in the series that has each chapter start with an ‘excerpt’ from a fictional academic book by two fictional characters.
Beginning of Chapter 7
Also at the end of the second book (Carnifex) there is a nice authors afterword that:
There is also the Global Warming…err Climate Change Haiku Duel:
@Chiefio; a link you might find of value:
Good information and a hint of the reason for the halt to the Keystone pipeline that would service this area. At least long enough for the big players to grab up the little guys assets. pg
Someone needs to update him?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-5XwlcBqF0 Still waiting zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
That’s why they use 1000-1600ppm CO2 in Greenhouses, CO2 is bad for plants
That study was hilarious. Ok, so in the last 150 years or so we have experienced about a 0.5C rise in average global temperatures. Considering the DAILY temperatures can vary 20 times that in many places, biology isn’t likely to notice. Also, since MOST of the change in global average is not due to higher high temperatures but due to a moderation of low temperatures, we are likely to see increased yields as we have less frost damage. But overall, a 0.5 degree change over 150 years is absolutely negligible.
Secondly, that warming stopped over a decade ago. None since. Ask the people in Romania right now about global warming.
@P.G. Sharrow : The most Holy E.P.A. will surely take care of such an infidel state. They will fulfill the will of their master who has decided to forever forbid the noxious emanations which, as prophet “Al the grown up and immature baby” has declared, causes an abominable heat to coalesce in the atmosphere above the poles and high summits and it is producing the disappearance of such a blessing for Devils called Ice and Cold.
Should get those electric universe guys excited?
Pentagon Carbon Neutral LOL
http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1778832/pg1?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=facebook is the sun changing?
http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.poasy.gr%2Fweb%2Findex.php%3Foption%3Dcom_content%26view%3Darticle%26id%3D732%3Aepistoli-pros-tous-ekproswpous-tis-troikas%26catid%3D26&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=UTF-8 Greek Police threatening the arrest of ECB, EU and IMF representatives
http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2012/02/10/europe-brace-for-new-wave-of-polar-cold/ more europe cold coming
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/02/flying-robots-nano-quadrotor-drones-swarm_n_1249442.html Nano drone swarm
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-ultraviolet-molecule-yields-secrets.html UV plant protector found
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-deconstructing-mystery-snowmaggedon.html oh no here comes the warm causes cold again
http://medicalxpress.com/news/2012-02-scientists-lethal-species-prion-protein.html another mad cow
http://geology.com/news/2012/black-smokers-on-land.shtml?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Geologycom+%28Geology.com%29 Black smoker on land
http://www.usgs.gov/blogs/features/usgs_science_pick/u-s-rivers-and-streams-super-saturated-with-carbon-dioxide/ Rivers and streams in the United States are releasing substantially more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than previously thought. These findings could change the way scientists model the movement of carbon between land, water, and the atmosphere.
http://www.usgs.gov/blogs/features/usgs_top_story/exploding-lakes-in-west-africa/ The Africa exploding lakes
Guess CO2 is not released into the ocean much ;)
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-humans-decline-african-rainforests-years.html We caused the Savanna to disappear 3000 years ago, it says the word climate change a lot in the article so not sure if it’s really a proper study?
Wendy McElroy (a brilliant and ethical person, of whom I have a very high opinion) has posted a nice CAGW version of the Rolling Stones song “Mother’s Little Helper” at http://www.wendymcelroy.com/news.php?extend.4514
Michael’s Little Helper
(to the tune of “Mother’s Little Helper”)
What a drag it is getting cold
Temps are different today
I hear scientists all say
But our warming theories need better proof;
So we’ll use a graphic trick
To create a hockey stick
We’ll go plotting the world’s swelter, thanks to Michael’s little helper
And the IPCC raves, for the world’s theirs to save
Funding’s different today
we need grants to pay our way
and we can’t let down the ones who pay our bills;
So erase historic peaks, and call modern times unique
And keep plotting the world’s swelter, thanks to Michael’s little helper
And our colleagues will all cheer, funded for another year
Doctor please, we can’t use trees
For recent trends, the warming ends
What a drag it is getting cold.
Laws are different today
We’ve a new F O I A*
And some skeptics want to deconstruct our work;
So some data will get lost, and some emails will get tossed
No more doubting the world’s swelter, thanks to Michael’s little helper
And our critics we’ll berate, they don’t care about our fate
Doctor please, we can’t use trees
For recent trends, the warming ends
What a drag it is getting cold.
Work’s much harder now today
Climate scientists all say
No one takes us at our unsupported word;
Though they weren’t exactly lies, we did win a Nobel Prize
When we plotted the world’s swelter, thanks to Michael’s little helper
And those claims we will defend, ’til our sordid bitter end
* Freedom Of Information Act
US retail deliveries of gasoline from refineries has dropped by about 25% in the last few months. It is now only half of what it was eight years ago. What gives?
Just a heads up on something I saw which made me think of you. I am not sure whether you are familiar with Ray Tomes from New Zealand, but if you are not, I suspect that you, more than most people, will be interested. He has worked for years into the theory of cycles in the universe. Here is his primary web site.
If you look down the page a bit you will see some videos displayed. I think you might be particularly interested in video #7, the third part of “How To Make a Universe.”
@Jason Calley “what gives”?
1. Fewer people working. The unemployment rate for people who are under 25 has skyrocketed. They don’t have to drive to work because they aren’t working.
2. The real unemployment rate for the rest of the workforce is over 10%. People aren’t commuting as much because they have no place to which they must commute.
3. People aren’t taking vacations because they can’t afford it. Recreational driving is falling rapidly. The rising price of fuel isn’t helping, either.
4. Increases in telecommuting. I work from home nearly 3 days out of 5 on average, sometimes the entire week. I don’t need to use as much fuel as I did before.
Obama the biggest antiscience president ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This just proves that you should not drink milk. Milk is for calves not humans
India tech, check out the video
`Top Climate Events’
Linked to Solar Motion Cycle
Dr Theodor Landscheidt
Schroeter Institute for Research in Cycles of Solar Activity
Nova Scotia, Canada
Buckle up for the False flag to kick off the war
Praying Mantis in 1988
Ok looks like this Global warming is worldwide now, even India is hit now
Freeze your pet? LOL
@S.P.: Time was due for “Dobermann” Pachauri to freeze. :-)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/environment/climatechange/7157590/India-forms-new-climate-change-body.html Indian dropped the IPCC LOL
Pyramid area bigger then LA found in 2009
@ George re “what gives?”
I have to admit, those are all very good reasons. I particularly like the “many are unemployed and a lot are telecommuting.” While I still go in to work, I can think of at least three people close to me who have began telecommuting in the last couple of years. Big change — and they all three love it!
Check the word play in Kevin’s reply to the first comment (mine) here
Interesting pair of Earthquakes:
Interesting because they are very near to some fairly recent (in geological time) volcanic activity.
Ok, so how will this work, will it be via his share in Monstanto? Will they make the giant sulfur volcano.
Why don’t we just wind back all the sulfur scrubbers on cars and industry, and we’ll get free sulfur dioxide again and acid rain? Why do they have to milk the tax payer? How cold does Europe have to get?
http://www.smh.com.au/business/world-business/china-fades-as-europes-saviour-20120211-1sycj.html China’s vertical growth which could never falter looks like it’s ending ;)
Apart from the mike too close to the speakers I’ve met another “positive forcing”.
Try grading a track with a bulldozer.
The cutting edge is in front of the track system. So when the front of the tracks rises on something the blade rises more. And when the track system comes over whatever caused the rise and tilts down, the blade edge tilts down more. And when the front of the tracks meets this amplified rise – – .
Meet the dozer woopsies!
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/9023612/Chinas-property-price-slide-gathers-speed.html China the biggest bubble on earth
http://demonocracy.info/infographics/usa/world_debt/world_debt.html Debt pics
http://demonocracy.info/infographics/eu/debt_greek/debt_greek.html Greece Debt
Bye bye soon, UK just 50 billion pounds into the economy, not long now for Greece?
http://www.zerohedge.com/article/barclays-releases-updated-report-top-40-greek-debt-holders Top 40 about to lose their money
This is a bit of a long read that starts out as a science fiction plot but picks up a little plausibility toward the end. Premise is that it is not the voices in you head that make you do crazy things – but it is the wee creepy crawlies speaking to your brain in its own tounge. :)
Scarlet Pumpernickel (06:42:09) :
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-ultraviolet-molecule-yields-secrets.html UV plant protector found
From your article:
The interface connecting these two subunits is spanned by the component amino acids of the protein—including pyramidal structures made of tryptophan amino acids, which serve as the primary sensors of UV-B light. “The absorption of UV-B photons by these tryptophan pyramids leads to the weakening of the electrostatic force that holds the two UVR8 subunits together,” said Christie.
Researchers first found evidence of UVR8’s protective function in 2002, when they knocked out its gene in the wild mustard plant Arabidopsis, the standard experimental model for plant biologists.
Getzoff and her colleagues now intend to find out more precisely how the absorption of UV-B causes the disassociation of the UVR8 dimer, and then how the separated subunits interact with other proteins and chromosomes in the nucleus to switch on protective responses in the plant.
However, laser scanning confocal microscopy revealed quercetin derivatives lining the tonoplast of diphenylboric acid 2-aminoethyl ester-stained Arabidopsis seedling tissue and floral papillae, and Norfluorazon induced oxidative stress decreased the most lipophilic of HPLC purified quercetin derivatives. Its potential involvement with lipophyllic oxidative phenomena may warrant further study.
…….these flavonoids absorb in the 280-315 range……
Perhaps the most striking evidence supporting the idea that flavonoids are important in UV-B protection is that obtained in Arabidopsis thaliana where mutants can be produced which lack the epidermal flavonoids of the wild type plant. These mutants become very sensitive to artificial UV-B radiation (Ormrod et al., 1995)
I don’t think the trytophan absorbs the photons directly. Who wants to bet that flavonoids are embedded in the membrane passing energy. Remember, they are Zwitterionic, whereas tryptophan isn’t.
[…] ESA’s Venus Express spacecraft has discovered that our cloud-covered neighbour spins a little slower than previously measured. […] Over its four-year mission, Magellan was able to watch features rotate under the spacecraft, allowing scientists to determine the length of the day on Venus as being equal to 243.0185 Earth days. . However, surface features seen by Venus Express some 16 years later could only be lined up with those observed by Magellan if the length of the Venus day is on average 6.5 minutes longer than Magellan measured. […] http://www.esa.int/esaMI/Venus_Express/SEM0TLSXXXG_0.html
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2099818/Atomic-bombs-used-protect-Earth-incoming-asteroids-new-research-shows.html nukes and asteroids
Interesting in last time around the world was really warm, now it’s really cool
http://anhonestclimatedebate.wordpress.com/predictions/14/ According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.
“Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.
Just noticed that the Canadian are selling Uranium to China –
And Iran is China favored customer
just click the link “see list of suppliers” to see who.
http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/why-gillards-uraniumtoindia-policy-is-dangerously-wrong-20111211-1opki.html Australia also sells Uranium to nonproliferation non signature
India OK, Iran not OK?
http://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=C8103CF932330F50C3517F90AD81CBAB Why don’t we green the deserts instead of the BS windmills. We have all these BS studies that CO2 crashed because too many plants were around and then we got cooling so why don’t we green the sahara? There is lots of water underground, same with Australia…
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-circadian-rhythms-insects.html Plants use Circadian rhythm to defend insects.
Most things people like are actually insecticides, Caffeine, Tobacco, coca, etc…
Wow so it’s all their fault it’s cold in Europe ? http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/02/10/farmers-may-have-kicked-off-local-climate-change-3500-years-ago/
@ Sabretoothed “Most things people like are actually insecticides, Caffeine, Tobacco, coca, etc…”
Don’t leave out capsicum! Yes, and in addition, many of the nerve gases developed for warfare are very close to insecticides. I am guessing that humans like to have their nerves, uh, tickled!
On of my favorite super volcanoes is getting more press
This is an awesome video!
@Jason Capsicum has active ingredients as well. But we seem to like concentrating insecticides and using them to tickle us.
For eg in USA, Nicotine is used as a very effective insecticide to spray on crops.
So next time you think coffee or cigarettes or Cocaine is good for you, remember your just consuming a pure version of insecticide ;)
Was it a Volcano in Antarctica or maybe even Greenland that we can’t see?
Looks a bit Ice Free in 1940
Interesting video of the past
check out this melting area from geothermal!!! Whats happened to that today?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunger_Hills Could this be the site of the 1258 eruption?
http://www.researchonline.mq.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/mq:2134 Ice free even at Glacial maximum, is a big volcano under?
http://www.researchonline.mq.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/mq:5705 has a long river coming from it too?
Iran doesn’t need to buy Uranium (though might, if the stuff is cheap enough):
Yeah, “only” 3000 tons found SO FAR. But probably about 20,000 tons total.
Oh, and that ignores Thorium. Most places have about 2x to 3x as much of it (and you can make ‘bomb stuff’ from it too…)
So I’d see no reason not to sell them more. Preferably already fabricated into fuel rods for Light Water Reactors…
http://www.riseearth.com/2012/02/lights-of-pharaohs-electric-lights-in.html Egypt electrical light?
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=242615145821185&set=a.119791638103537.28779.117905868292114&type=1&theater So did God make all of this in one day ;)?
@ SP “For eg in USA, Nicotine is used as a very effective insecticide to spray on crops. ”
Nicotine sulphate used to be on the shelf in every garden store, but seems to be less common these days. I know that there is a whole family of recent insecticides called “neo-nicotinides”. I am assuming that they are slightly modified nicotine, changed enough to be patentable.
Also, just FYI, the neo-nicotinides have been implicated in causing honeybee colony collapse disorder. There are probably multiple causes, but I would not be surprised if the insecticides were one factor. Their use has been outlawed in much of Europe.
@ E.M. “Iran doesn’t need to buy Uranium (though might, if the stuff is cheap enough):”
Very true. If they want yellow cake, they have it within their borders. Unfortunately (for them) they cannot just pass some governmental legislation that orders their mining industry to find the deposits and mine them. After all, you can’t have your cake and edict too.
@SP: So did God make all of this in one day ;)?
It happened, certainly, in one single event:
A Chicken “discharging”(laying) an egg, emitting a “discrete amount” of energy: A “Quanta”, a coalesced EMF which will last as long as the field preserves its local field among the surrounding fields. The same in the case of a woman giving birth to a child:”emitting”, discharging through a “gap” in its octave, a “discrete amount” of energy: A “Quanta” called a “Baby”.
Then, if you want to see a “He universe” just go to the nearest mirror and look at it.
In the book of TAROT you can see the nature of the Cosmos (Universe):
There you see that there are “she” and “he” universes….
While cleaning-up some old links, collected data etc. I came across a link that reminded me of how I got here 2 years ago.
Surprisingly the link is still good. So I thought it was worth another airing as power people are trying to tell me how good electric vehicles are –
The good stuff is in the comments at about
“7 posted on Thursday October 15, 01:13:14 GMT+0100 2009 by Marine_Uncle (Honor must be earned….)” and below…
http://www.coopext.colostate.edu/4dmg/VegFruit/organic.htm Don’t worry, Nicotine is “Organic” so it’s safe to use around bees ;)
Its like pyrethrin its marketed as this super safe “natural” insecticide you can spray all over everything lol.
It’s time to start worrying if you live on the coast in Oregon (off Coos Bay). Just had our 3rd 5+ quake in a month or so in the same general region. The quakes are on the spreading area, though, not on the subduction fault so it’s hard to know what to make of it.
Exercises in irony here
I just added the particulars to the quake posting. There was a 6.0 just today.
I agree it’s not too worrying that it’s on the spreading zone, but… what spreads in one place has to subduct in another…
So good time to check the bugout bag, water buckets, gas the car, but extra groceries, …
What happens when u have no exports, the currency is too high, and you borrow too much….
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/9081731/Invisibility-cloak-could-protect-buildings-from-earthquakes.html Buildings protected by invisibility cloak
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/226807.html Greece has NO OIL now LOLOLOL!!!!
Deniers destroyed by society
Will the DOW CRASH Now? Greeky looks finished now with no Iran Oil?
@SP: The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea
Jess Stearn, “Edgard Cayce,the Sleeping Prophet”, pp.37
Cascadia is still rocking with a 6.0 on the south end and 4.2 on the other:
Those happened int he last 24 hrs and doesn’t include that 5.6 just south of there:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9qHGZgQ0JE&feature=player_embedded Instead of Carbon Change Hoax we should be Terraforming Mars
@boballab It seems something big is coming. It looks like the day before the Japan 9,0 quake.
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-plasmas-torn-physicists-discovery-hints.html New plasma info on Sun
http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-02-africa-language.html Africa language not add up
http://www.ouramazingplanet.com/2449-ancient-yellowstone-eruptions-supervolcano.html Yellowtone supervolcano eruption questioned
Also check out WUWT, there is a cool underwater volcano thread going on…
Finally they are waking up to http://www.geostreamconsulting.com/papers/Leybourne_Oceans_Fin.pdf
Gerlach, T.M., 2011, Volcanic versus anthropogenic carbon dioxide: Eos Trans. AGU, v. 92, n. 24, p. 201-202.
Gerlach, T.M., 1991, Present-day CO2 emissions from volcanoes: Eos Trans. AGU, v. 72, n. 23, p. 249 and 254-255.
Click to access 2011EO240001.pdf
This guy needs to be debunked. Seriously, this is USGS’s only main pillar that’s holding up the volcanoes don’t produce much CO2 myth (esp the 3million underwater ones…
Click to access 2011EO240001.pdf
Like this article, where is the material and methods? And why does it specially attack Ian Plimer? Whats the point, it’s a journal article is it not?
http://www.space.com/11230-water-powered-spaceship-mars-solar-system.html Water powered mars ship
Another interesting item that was tucked into the ObamaCare bill that no one read before voting on.
“”Massachusetts hospitals are poised to receive a $3.5 billion windfall in federal funding over the next 10 years thanks to a little-known provision Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) inserted into the Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act, also known as “Obamacare.”
The increased funding—$367 million a year in the form of Medicare reimbursement payments, according to the Federal Register—would not only come at the expense of hospitals in the 49 other states, but would also directly benefit an organization that has given generously to Kerry’s campaign.
The obscure policy change was formally approved by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in July 2011. It was prompted by a small, 15-bed hospital located on the upscale island of Nantucket, a popular vacation spot for wealthy New Englanders where Kerry and his wife own a $9 million waterfront home.”
Wondering what a novel by EMS would be like. Would there be a finite number of pages?
Sounds like China ghost towns
2 weeks to the crash?
Pit stop planets
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/audio/2012/feb/13/science-weekly-podcast-climate-change Joke of the day. But will the cooling stop them then???? :P
But seriously, why didn’t any big eruptions occur in the 20th century then?
More occurred during the little ice age!
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-02-16/gillard-urged-to-follow-bernanke-with-australia-loans-mortgages.html Yippppeeee lets transfer the worse property bubble on earth to the tax payer !!!
Looks like the way tax money now goes is just in one direction, bailing out
@EMSmith; Here is something that might bring a smile. A brand new henge in Ireland:
Also that pumper nut above has brought this thread to almost a halt on my computer. pg
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/02/120215-dark-energy-antimatter-physics-alternate-space-science/ Computer model universe
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-02/15/andre-ford-chicken-farming Martix chicken farm
http://www.livescience.com/18343-seal-mummies-antarctic-microbes.html Warmer with higher sea in the past?
Aurora with no solar storm???
6 trillion in fake notes LOL
It would be about 200 pages long, probably too technical, and with formulaic interpersonal plot devices and relationships….
Thanks! I like Irish Henges ;-)
We’re at 188 comments now, at about 200 I’ll sprout T4 ….
(that ought to be in about 2 hours ;-)
http://www.usgs.gov/blogs/features/usgs_top_story/is-your-groundwater-susceptible-to-radium-contamination/ US been dumping waste?
US been dumping/leaking waste?
Author David Talbott suggests that all of human history can be seen as just two stories. First, came the story of ancient mythology, when towering gods were said to have ruled the world. Then came the story of science, emerging from a growing distrust of the myths and a new emphasis on direct observation and reason. But a third story is possible, according to Talbott, one that sees the underlying provocation of the myths in extraordinary electrical events occurring close to the Earth. That discernment will lead to a new perspective on modern science as well. Today, a third story IS possible. But it requires a reconsideration of both human stories—that of myth and that of “settled science”—seeing both through the fresh lens of the Electric Universe.”
The lost city of Cahokia: Archaeologists uncover Native Americans’ sprawling metropolis under St Louis
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2082113/The-lost-city-Cahokia-Archaeologists-uncover-Native-Americans-sprawling-metropolis.html#ixzz1mu5zxCPa
Sounds like climate change? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lysenkoism
Ice ages and volcanoes http://www.enterstageright.com/archive/articles/0212/0212unknvolliticeage.htm
Stone henge older http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2081254/Stone-Age-temple-Orkney-significant-Stonehenge.html
Roman Brothel in UK http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2081890/Dug-Thames-mud-token-Romans-used-pay-pleasure.html
Mnt Fuji something going on?
Fossil Fuels producing Methane on Mars ;) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2103212/Could-life-Mars-NASA-probe-confirm-methane-clouds–meaning-conditions-life-DO-exist.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo1B5tPj9K0&feature=related 32,000 old city
E.M. Just got this in an email –
” Fw: Wise words from a stockbroker!!!
I called my stockbroker and asked him what I should be buying.
He said, “If the current government is in office much longer –
tinned food, a generator, water and ammunition, are your best bets.”
You know if the computer models are so good, why don’t we replace the government with Computer models, looks like they are already trying LOL
@SP: The solar system is alive!..and, contrary to the theories of the famous astrophysicist Prof.Fred Flintstone, it is not made out of just dead and round “pebbles” driven only by the holy “gravity” of Saint Newton.(that guy who saw the apple and forgot the apple tree)
@Scarlet Pumpernickel (13:33:00) : Any time soon the commanding “elite” will realize that their old servants/butlers are not useful anymore and they will replace them by CHEAPER computers!!! LOL!!!
Gotta keep your seeds cold.
M4.0 in the New Madrid zone:
16 km (9 miles) ESE of Sikeston, Missouri
27 km (16 miles) SW of Cairo, Illinois
http://www.amazon.com/Uriels-Machine-Uncovering-Stonehenge-Civilization/dp/193141274X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1329788065&sr=1-1 Might be a book worth looking at?
I’m sure you know how it feels to have a niggle that something ain’t right and you need to get to the bottom of it, well that’s where I’ve got to. Unfortunately I work for a living and have still got a job(just), so not much time to sort all these problems out. Well…
I know I’ve mentioned before about the effect of population rise affecting those infamous CO2 level. Well I was thinking, ‘what’s the easiest way to show I was going in the right direction?’
I’ve ended up looking at it this way (hope you can make sense of it, I’m an idiot at HTML)
Date..Population….CO2 ppm (approx)
So for each billion increase in population the CO2 goes up by 20ppm.
Population approximation from
UNFPA – United Nations Population Fund estimate 31.10.2011
CO2 trends from NOAA
Now I need to equate this data to the approximation the everyone expels about 1000 lbs of CO2 per year.
This thing about owning genes seems to be in the spotlight again
Most of the human body is already owned. Hepatitis C is actually owned, why there is no cure for it, as you have to pay to study it.
But we are already owned from birth
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTSxubKfTBU There is more carbon in the vegetation of earth then in the atmosphere, so we have to understand the vegetation not the atmosphere. We know nothing about the vegetation.
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.cfm?release=2012-044 Just starting now
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203646004577213244084429540.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_carousel_3 Concerned scientists also replied
You know, China is very smart. Most of the “warming” has occurred since 1850 because of worldwide deforestation. The solution is simple, just plant some trees. The “Green” countries like USA, UK, Australia and europe have no plans like these, only taxing people and building Windmills out of magnets that make radioactive waste.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/cif-green/2009/mar/11/china-forests “Green left” Guardian gets scared when a real solution is placed in front which threatens their fake gravy train
[These Folks Asked to have the link removed]http://www.chinaodysseytours.com/news/tree-planting-day-china.html%5BSo I’m breaking it with this appended text, while leaving it visible. -E.M.Smith]
The New Improved (and emptier) T4 pages is now here: