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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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STOCKHOLM, Aug. 25 (Xinhua) -- Two Icelandic scientists have discovered a deep-ocean current that flows along the Eurasian continental shelf off north Iceland, according to a report from Reykjavik on Thursday.

"The discovery which might rewrite the climate change and global warming theory has aroused international attention," the Iceland Review report said.

The current, which is known as the North Icelandic Jet, was first studied and described by two of the Icelandic Marine Research Institute's specialists, Steingrimur Jonsson and Hedinn Valdimarsson, Icelandic media Frettabladid reported.

Jonsson explained that there is a heat-salt circulation in the ocean, working like a conveyor belt. Warm seawater flows to the north where it cools and sinks, and then a deep ocean current is formed which flows back south along the ocean floor until it eventually resurfaces and warms up again.

This circulation is to a large extent controlled by the world's climate and the theory is that if this ocean conveyor belt is weakened the climate would cool in the northern hemisphere, the report said.

However, according to Jonsson, the importance of the discovery is that North Icelandic Jet changes this picture and the theory on the effect of global warming in the northern hemisphere.

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]

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hey (op)
Why do you keep bumping this BS everyday?!?
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Because, from time to time, this merkaba needs a jumpstart.
bumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbump

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bighugs

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AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!! You REALLY came on!!!

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WB Tutes. Nice to see you here. hf
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STOCKHOLM, Aug. 25 (Xinhua) -- Two Icelandic scientists have discovered a deep-ocean current that flows along the Eurasian continental shelf off north Iceland, according to a report from Reykjavik on Thursday.

"The discovery which might rewrite the climate change and global warming theory has aroused international attention," the Iceland Review report said.

The current, which is known as the North Icelandic Jet, was first studied and described by two of the Icelandic Marine Research Institute's specialists, Steingrimur Jonsson and Hedinn Valdimarsson, Icelandic media Frettabladid reported.

Jonsson explained that there is a heat-salt circulation in the ocean, working like a conveyor belt. Warm seawater flows to the north where it cools and sinks, and then a deep ocean current is formed which flows back south along the ocean floor until it eventually resurfaces and warms up again.

This circulation is to a large extent controlled by the world's climate and the theory is that if this ocean conveyor belt is weakened the climate would cool in the northern hemisphere, the report said.

However, according to Jonsson, the importance of the discovery is that North Icelandic Jet changes this picture and the theory on the effect of global warming in the northern hemisphere.

[link to news.xinhuanet.com]

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Thanks AC-Ireland, beat me to it. I think the Chinese have known about this for a while, and have been 'experimenting with it'. Seeing what goes on when a change is made.

I have no proof, other than it something a friend of mine saw very clearly.

I found a similar (if not same) article on this site, which you may find interesting too.... (the site)

[link to nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com]

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Hey! Thanks for the warm welcome, guys!

Here's a little sumthin' sumthin' to chew on, from Stewart Swerdlow, and, for bonus points, it is actually on topic.

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2/19/11 (audio) <snip>

Yesterday, a magnitude 3.5 quake struck just off the coast of Alabama/ NW Florida in the Gulf of Mexico. This is just the beginning of a series of even larger tremors that will develop as the sea floor continues to sag and collapse from the oil disaster of last year.

Geologists will tell the public and have already told the public that they are completely unsure of the tectonic/ seismic attributes and conditions of the Gulf of Mexico. The government has purposely kept this under wraps for decades. But, since 3 large quakes have struck in the Gulf during the past 4 years, scientists are beginning to question the old idea that the Gulf was seismically dead.


Now a lot of us have been real sketched out over the New Madrid, so this is not good news, except, of course, for the doomtardstounge Anyway, Swerdlow seems to be spot on, in this case, and connecting the dots in a reasonable manner. All the fracking for natural gas is not helping this situation either. Thank Goddess we were able to stop that heinous practice in Arkansas.
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I cant believe that so-called-scientists cant see that the entire area is linked, and that frakin here equals something else over there.

Even taking in to account the golden ingredients for oil likelihood, that being 'particular strata' + 'aquafers' + 'salt domes' = usually oil of some sort near by.... do they not think the aquafers lead some where?

Add fracking in to it, with its hideous coctail of chemicals, and that they will eventually leach in to the ground water, and turn up elsewhere, either in people's bodies, or geo-sensitive formations that may erode or collapse.

Who knows over a large unstable area what the result is?

Maybe its the planet fighting back and releasing a concentrated does of some liquid? some intelligent substance to try to heal the frack out of it? ;)

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The CLOUD (Cosmics Leaving OUtdoor Droplets) experiment



Thursday, August 25, 2011
How Cosmic Rays Make Rain

In a paper published in the journal Nature today, the CLOUD experiment at CERN has reported its first results. The CLOUD experiment has been designed to study the effect of cosmic rays on the formation of atmospheric aerosols - tiny liquid or solid particles suspended in the atmosphere - under controlled laboratory conditions. Atmospheric aerosols are thought to be responsible for a large fraction of the seeds that form cloud droplets. Understanding the process of aerosol formation is therefore important for understanding the climate.

The CLOUD results show that trace vapours assumed until now to account for aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere can explain only a tiny fraction of the observed atmospheric aerosol production. The results also show that ionisation from cosmic rays significantly enhances aerosol formation. Precise measurements such as these are important in achieving a quantitative understanding of cloud formation, and will contribute to a better assessment of the effects of clouds in climate models.

These new results from CLOUD are important because we’ve made a number of first observations of some very important atmospheric processes,” said the experiment’s spokesperson, Jasper Kirkby. “We’ve found that cosmic rays significantly enhance the formation of aerosol particles in the mid troposphere and above. These aerosols can eventually grow into the seeds for clouds. However, we’ve found that the vapours previously thought to account for all aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere can only account for a small fraction of the observations - even with the enhancement of cosmic rays."

Atmospheric aerosols play an important role in the climate. Aerosols reflect sunlight and produce cloud droplets. Additional aerosols would therefore brighten clouds and extend their lifetime. By current estimates, about half of all cloud droplets begin with the clustering of molecules that are present in the atmosphere only in minute amounts. Some of these embryonic clusters eventually grow large enough to become the seeds for cloud droplets. Trace sulphuric acid and ammonia vapours are thought to be important, and are used in all atmospheric models, but the mechanism and rate by which they form clusters together with water molecules have remained poorly understood until now.

The CLOUD results show that a few kilometres up in the atmosphere sulphuric acid and water vapour can rapidly form clusters, and that cosmic rays enhance the formation rate by up to ten-fold or more. However, in the lowest layer of the atmosphere, within about a kilometre of Earth's surface, the CLOUD results show that additional vapours such as ammonia are required. Crucially, however, the CLOUD results show that sulphuric acid, water and ammonia alone – even with the enhancement of cosmic rays - are not sufficient to explain atmospheric observations of aerosol formation. Additional vapours must therefore be involved, and finding out their identity will be the next step for CLOUD.

“It was a big surprise to find that aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere isn’t due to sulphuric acid, water and ammonia alone,” said Kirkby. “Now it’s vitally important to discover which additional vapours are involved, whether they are largely natural or of human origin, and how they influence clouds. This will be our next job.”

The CLOUD experiment consists of a state-of-the-art chamber in which atmospheric conditions can be simulated with high control and precision, including the concentrations of trace vapours that drive aerosol formation. A beam of particles from CERN’s Proton Synchrotron accelerator provides an artificial and adjustable source of cosmic radiation.

[link to nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com]

OK, with that in mind, and armed with the previous inputs stating we are possibly being mombarded with some 'special' directed radiation from a particular galaxy, PLUS that a HUman being is primarily made from water...

I guess I'm saying that if cosmic rays can effect something so basic as rain and clouds on our planet, then they can certainly effect us as people.

Go further, with work like Emoto's and it shows just how unprepared and off the track our current science is in dealing with such things. They are literally playing catch up now to all the tree huggers, crsytal lovers and the like, who have known this stuff for ages.

Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!

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The CLOUD (Cosmics Leaving OUtdoor Droplets) experiment



Thursday, August 25, 2011
How Cosmic Rays Make Rain

In a paper published in the journal Nature today, the CLOUD experiment at CERN has reported its first results. The CLOUD experiment has been designed to study the effect of cosmic rays on the formation of atmospheric aerosols - tiny liquid or solid particles suspended in the atmosphere - under controlled laboratory conditions. Atmospheric aerosols are thought to be responsible for a large fraction of the seeds that form cloud droplets. Understanding the process of aerosol formation is therefore important for understanding the climate.

The CLOUD results show that trace vapours assumed until now to account for aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere can explain only a tiny fraction of the observed atmospheric aerosol production. The results also show that ionisation from cosmic rays significantly enhances aerosol formation. Precise measurements such as these are important in achieving a quantitative understanding of cloud formation, and will contribute to a better assessment of the effects of clouds in climate models.

These new results from CLOUD are important because we’ve made a number of first observations of some very important atmospheric processes,” said the experiment’s spokesperson, Jasper Kirkby. “We’ve found that cosmic rays significantly enhance the formation of aerosol particles in the mid troposphere and above. These aerosols can eventually grow into the seeds for clouds. However, we’ve found that the vapours previously thought to account for all aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere can only account for a small fraction of the observations - even with the enhancement of cosmic rays."

Atmospheric aerosols play an important role in the climate. Aerosols reflect sunlight and produce cloud droplets. Additional aerosols would therefore brighten clouds and extend their lifetime. By current estimates, about half of all cloud droplets begin with the clustering of molecules that are present in the atmosphere only in minute amounts. Some of these embryonic clusters eventually grow large enough to become the seeds for cloud droplets. Trace sulphuric acid and ammonia vapours are thought to be important, and are used in all atmospheric models, but the mechanism and rate by which they form clusters together with water molecules have remained poorly understood until now.

The CLOUD results show that a few kilometres up in the atmosphere sulphuric acid and water vapour can rapidly form clusters, and that cosmic rays enhance the formation rate by up to ten-fold or more. However, in the lowest layer of the atmosphere, within about a kilometre of Earth's surface, the CLOUD results show that additional vapours such as ammonia are required. Crucially, however, the CLOUD results show that sulphuric acid, water and ammonia alone – even with the enhancement of cosmic rays - are not sufficient to explain atmospheric observations of aerosol formation. Additional vapours must therefore be involved, and finding out their identity will be the next step for CLOUD.

“It was a big surprise to find that aerosol formation in the lower atmosphere isn’t due to sulphuric acid, water and ammonia alone,” said Kirkby. “Now it’s vitally important to discover which additional vapours are involved, whether they are largely natural or of human origin, and how they influence clouds. This will be our next job.”

The CLOUD experiment consists of a state-of-the-art chamber in which atmospheric conditions can be simulated with high control and precision, including the concentrations of trace vapours that drive aerosol formation. A beam of particles from CERN’s Proton Synchrotron accelerator provides an artificial and adjustable source of cosmic radiation.

[link to nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com]

OK, with that in mind, and armed with the previous inputs stating we are possibly being mombarded with some 'special' directed radiation from a particular galaxy, PLUS that a HUman being is primarily made from water...

I guess I'm saying that if cosmic rays can effect something so basic as rain and clouds on our planet, then they can certainly effect us as people.

Go further, with work like Emoto's and it shows just how unprepared and off the track our current science is in dealing with such things. They are literally playing catch up now to all the tree huggers, crsytal lovers and the like, who have known this stuff for ages.

Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!
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Ouch, that'll learn'em
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The CLOUD (Cosmics Leaving OUtdoor Droplets) experiment



Thursday, August 25, 2011
How Cosmic Rays Make Rain

In a paper published in the journal Nature today, the CLOUD experiment at CERN has reported its first results. The CLOUD experiment has been designed to study the effect of cosmic rays on the formation of atmospheric aerosols - tiny liquid or solid particles suspended in the atmosphere - under controlled laboratory conditions. Atmospheric aerosols are thought to be responsible for a large fraction of the seeds that form cloud droplets. Understanding the process of aerosol formation is therefore important for understanding the climate.


OK, with that in mind, and armed with the previous inputs stating we are possibly being mombarded with some 'special' directed radiation from a particular galaxy, PLUS that a HUman being is primarily made from water...

I guess I'm saying that if cosmic rays can effect something so basic as rain and clouds on our planet, then they can certainly effect us as people.

Go further, with work like Emoto's and it shows just how unprepared and off the track our current science is in dealing with such things. They are literally playing catch up now to all the tree huggers, crsytal lovers and the like, who have known this stuff for ages.

Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!
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Yeah, Spokehead, they are gonna be blown away, amirite? Dirty hippies were right all along! A tee and a hee.
I couldn't help thinking, while I was reading this, that those guys better not use this research as a back door justification for spewing chemtrails all over the place for the last two decades....jackwads that they be. It's all that aerosol talk that got me going.
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Gulf states will not be cleaned up or saved, they want the methane reserve, get the fuck out of there. I am sick to my stomach after watching that show. I know this idea has been discussed but I really didn't believe such evil could exist. I believe it now and I hope anyone living in the Gulf states will take what is dear to them and start a new life somewhere else.
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Interesting! Can you tell me more about what Gasland is? I think that an ambitious race of entities that has lived on the Earth alongside humans values methane and uses it like food for energy. They are made of plasma (ionized gas, flame) rather than carbon and so seem to be after vapors and gasses to fuel themselves and survive. If they don't get their food they will "starve" and die, possibly by "fizzling out" or having their particles become so disperse that they can no longer continue to operate as a functional entity.
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Strange notion...scratching
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The CLOUD (Cosmics Leaving OUtdoor Droplets) experiment



Thursday, August 25, 2011
How Cosmic Rays Make Rain

In a paper published in the journal Nature today, the CLOUD experiment at CERN has reported its first results. The CLOUD experiment has been designed to study the effect of cosmic rays on the formation of atmospheric aerosols - tiny liquid or solid particles suspended in the atmosphere - under controlled laboratory conditions. Atmospheric aerosols are thought to be responsible for a large fraction of the seeds that form cloud droplets. Understanding the process of aerosol formation is therefore important for understanding the climate.


OK, with that in mind, and armed with the previous inputs stating we are possibly being mombarded with some 'special' directed radiation from a particular galaxy, PLUS that a HUman being is primarily made from water...

I guess I'm saying that if cosmic rays can effect something so basic as rain and clouds on our planet, then they can certainly effect us as people.

Go further, with work like Emoto's and it shows just how unprepared and off the track our current science is in dealing with such things. They are literally playing catch up now to all the tree huggers, crsytal lovers and the like, who have known this stuff for ages.

Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!
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Yeah, Spokehead, they are gonna be blown away, amirite? Dirty hippies were right all along! A tee and a hee.
I couldn't help thinking, while I was reading this, that those guys better not use this research as a back door justification for spewing chemtrails all over the place for the last two decades....jackwads that they be. It's all that aerosol talk that got me going.
wtf
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They wouldnt do that would they?
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Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!
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Ouch, that'll learn'em
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Dude, thanks for dropping by. You have a lot going on in that avatar! I've never seen one like that before. Did you make it or find it?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hi TUTU !!!!
Great to see you here again !!! :D:D:D


I love all the new posts and activity on the thread !! Great !!!
Interresting posts !



I wont be able to research this weekend, but will look into things as soon after the weekend.

hugs, K xxx
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Hiya Tutu, good to hear from you again.


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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Wait until they get that 'intent' is a big part of it!!
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Ouch, that'll learn'em
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Dude, thanks for dropping by. You have a lot going on in that avatar! I've never seen one like that before. Did you make it or find it?
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It was on here, just stumbled on it. Could write a book about that stupid thing ;) (It's Dee's Glyph, and so much more)

Anyway, keep up the good work BHD.

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Tutes
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you crazy diamond!!
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....better not let my sister see that article...
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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bump

Cause I missed you guys.
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
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take a stab in the dark

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bump

Cause I missed you guys.
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Hiya SR37


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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
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??? the BERZERKS teh fakes thread is still around non?
anyways dont care its good to get folks talkin about whats going on now and this touches much of it.
'Whence do you come, slayer of men, or where are you going, conqueror of space?' The soul answered and said, 'What binds me has been slain, and what surrounds me has been overcome, and my desire has been ended, and ignorance has died. In a [world] I was released from a world, [and] in a type from a heavenly type, and (from) the fetter of oblivion which is transient. From this time on will I attain to the rest of the time, of the season, of the aeon, in silence.'
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It is so terrific to see so many of my cherished pals, it's a Bezerk family reunion!!!

Was it really just a year ago that I came out of the lurking closet?

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Hi tutu...Isis...and others...ltnc...

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Howdy all. Great to see some old friends back for a looksee.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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OK, a retraction of sorts, about the last article on CLOUD.


The head of the world's leading physics lab at CERN in Geneva has prohibited scientists from drawing conclusions from a major experiment. The CLOUD ("Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets") experiment studies the role that particles from deep space play in cloud formation. CLOUD uses CERN's proton synchrotron to study the phenomenon.

CERN Director General Rolf-Dieter Heuer told Welt Online that the scientists should refrain from drawing conclusions from the latest experiment.

"I have asked the colleagues to present the results clearly, but not to interpret them," Heuer told veteran science editor Nigel Calder. "That would go immediately into the highly political arena of the climate change debate. One has to make clear that cosmic radiation is only one of many parameters."

The unusual "gagging order" could have been issued because the results of CLOUD are really, really boring, speculates Calder. Another conclusion is that that the experiment invites a politically unacceptable hypothesis on climate.

The CLOUD experiment builds on earlier experiments by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark, who demonstrated that cosmic rays provide a seed for clouds. Tiny changes in the earth's cloud cover could account for variations in temperature of several degrees. The amount of Ultra Fine Condensation Nuclei (UFCN) material depends on the quantity of the background drizzle of rays, which varies depending on the strength of the sun's magnetic field and the strength of the Earth's magnetic field.

Speaking at a private event attended by El Reg earlier this year, Svensmark, who is not participating in the CLOUD project, wouldn't comment. He said he thought it was one of four significant factors: man-made factors, volcanoes, a "regime shift" in the mid-'70s, and cosmic rays.

The quantity of cosmic rays therefore has an influence on climate, but this isn't factored into the IPCC's "consensus" science at all.

"CERN has joined a long line of lesser institutions obliged to remain politically correct about the man-made global warming hypothesis. It's OK to enter 'the highly political arena of the climate change debate' provided your results endorse man-made warming, but not if they support Svensmark's heresy that the Sun alters the climate by influencing the cosmic ray influx and cloud formation," observed Calder.


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PIN - RIP GOM - OILCANO GUSHING - AGAIN - "CANNOT BE STOPPED" - TRAGEDY...SO SAD...
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At the time BP finally capped the Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico, there were concerns that the process had damaged the seafloor. That fear is now materializing. BP’s Gulf Gusher may be spewing again—and if so, there is no way to stop it. It will continue until seafloor pressure and oil pressure have been equalized, which may take decades.
BP is aware. They’ve hired 40 fishing boats to string boom around the Deepwater Horizon site.



There is no question that the oil seepages, gas columns, fissures and blowout craters in the seafloor around the Macondo wellhead… have been the direct result of indiscriminate drilling, grouting, injection of dispersant and other undisclosed recover activities. As the rogue well had not been successfully cemented and plugged at the base of the well by the relief wells, unknown quantities of hydrocarbons are still leaking out from the reservoir at high pressure and are seeping through multiple fault lines to the seabed. It is not possible to cap this oil leakage.

A couple of days ago, Scientific American reported a 35 kilometer long oil plume 1,100 meters below the surface, flowing at 6.5 kilometers per day from the Macondo Well. They report that physicist Richard Camilli stated, without equivocation:
It was created by the Deepwater Horizon Macondo well.

BP’S DENIAL UPENDED: GULF FLYOVER SURVEILLANCE REVEALS LARGE AMOUNT OF SURFACE OIL AT DEEPWATER HORIZON SITE
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UNDERSTANDING OF THE UNIVERSE:


We find ourselves in this Universe, and we are aware of it. We strive to understand it and to do so, we use all means at our disposal. We observe and speculate; we look and sometimes we find; we ask many questions and we get many answers, but if they are not proper questions, we get indefinite answers or no answers at all.

Sometimes we cannot distinguish between cause and effect or the phenomenon and the effect of the phenomenon.

Sometimes we mistake the shadow for the substance and pass by the reality while we pursue the image. Often we are so enamoured of our own brilliance that we cannot see the little glints of Truth that line our way. Many shining nuggets of Truth lie buried at our feet and if we are not too proud to dig, we will find them.

Truth is not hidden; it is available to all and is the same for all. Apparent differences must be due to inadequate understanding.

Understanding of the Universe comes only through increasing Awareness of it.


(Extracts from The New Science by Wilbert Smith, Canada.)
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Hiya SR37


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Hi Isis! And Doominatrix! And definitely Krispy!

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