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The Gulf Stream has Stopped - June 12, 2010

 
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[link to www.associazionegeofisica.it]

Climate Change by BP Oil Spill by Gianluigi Zangari
Frascati National Laboratories - National Insititute of Nuclear Physics
Fermi, Italy

BP Oil Spill may cause an irreparable damage to the Gulf Stream global climate thermoregulation activity.


The Gult Stream importance in global climate thermoregulation processes is well assessed. The real time satellite data maps of May-June 2010 processed by Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research checked at Frascati Laboratories by the means of the SHT congruent calculus and compared with past years data, show or the irst time a direct evidence of rapid breaking of the Loop Current, a warm ocean current, crucial part of the Gulf Stream. As displayed both by the sea surface velocity maps and the sea surface height maps, the Loop Current broke down or the first time around May 18th and generated a clock wise eddy, which is still active. (Maps on PDF file)

The yellow star on the map indicates the site of BP platform "Deepwater Horizon" and the breaking of the Loop Stream. The situation has deteriorated up to the point in which the eddy has detached itself completely from the main stream therefore destroying completely the Loop Current dated June 12th 2010.

Since comparative analysis with past satellite data until May 2010 didn't show relevant anomalies, it might be therefore plausible to correlate the breaking of the Loop Current with the biochemical and physical action of the BP Oil Spill on the Gulf Stream.

It is reasonable to foresee the threat that the breaking of a crucial warm stream as the Loop Current may generate a chain reaction of unpredictable critical phenomena and instabilities due to strong non linearities which may have serious consequences on the dynamics of the Gulf Stream thermos regulation activity of the Global Climate.

[link to argo.colorado.edu]

The following is an exert from John Moore's PDF file 'Gulf Stream Stopped II.'

Here are the two critical questions regarding climate change:

1.) How soon will the stopped Gulf Stream affect agriculture?

2.) How bad will it be?

As to question #1:
What I'm hearing at this point in time is as soon as 90-120 days to as long as 24 months. We are fairly certain that the adverse impact on growing grain will be severe. Russia has already stopped exporting grain because of drought affecting yields of grains. China is stockpiling commodities, such as soybeans, exchanging commodities for the U.S. debt instruments that have lost value over the past five years.

As to question #2: Grains are the basic food for 6.5 billion people and unknown millions of domestic animals. Wheat, corn, soybeans and rice constitute a huge percentage of food worldwide. These grains can tolerate only a certain range of high/low temperatures and high/low precipitation. Anything outside what they normally can tolerate reduces the harvest. Very extreme changes can wipe out the harvest completely. In addition, other crops and animal production will be adversely impacted. This translates into higher food prices for first world countries like the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. For third world countries, this becomes malnutrition and the opportunistic diseases that malnourished people succumb to.

In addition, we may see mass migrations (tens of millions) of people leaving England, Ireland and Scotland, if for no other reason than they do not bury their pipes deep enough! Other areas may see migrations as well. Areas that have had fairly mild winters could soon have the same brutal winters of Moscow.

My friend Tim Spencer runs www.ruralsurvival.info . He has posted three You Tube videos made by "The Earl of Stirling". While the quality of the video is poor, the audio and the information are excellent! I highly recommend watching them."

John Moore
WWW.THELIBERTYMAN.COM
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Complete John Moore PDF file.


The Gulf Stream Has Stopped
By
John R. Moore
September 27, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen,


This is the second most important event in the past 2,000 years. Please read on. I first published my concerns about the Gulf Stream being at risk of stopping in my 2005 paper "No Need For Panic". At that point in time I had been aware of the Gulf Stream being at risk of stopping for a couple of years. On November 27, 2005, the scientific community admitted that the Gulf Stream had lost thirty percent (30%) of its mass and velocity. The same press release stated that the computer models were estimating that the Gulf Stream would stop in 5 to 20 years, that is before 2025 – well within our lifetimes.

On June 12, 2010, the Gulf Stream stopped.

A bit of explanation is in order:

First, the Gulf Stream moves (used to move) warm water from the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico to the western side of Europe.

The Gulf Stream (so-named by Benjamin Franklin in the 18th century) has a number of other names: The North Atlantic Thermohaline Conveyor, The Loop Current, (Actually the Loop Current is the name of that portion of the Gulf Stream which makes a “loop” in the Gulf of Mexico. It was disrupted and lost its connection with the Gulf Stream after the BP spill and the Corexit, thus breaking the connection of the warm Gulf of Mexico water with the rest of the Gulf Stream. Matt Simmons may have been killed for revealing too much about the problems of the consequences of the BP oil spill and the shut down of the Loop Current,

The Conveyor, and others. This river of warm water moving through the colder North Atlantic Ocean begins in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. It is a continuous current moving around our planet, which does not really “begin” anywhere. It exists rounding the Southern tip of Africa, and crosses the South Atlantic, with some of it moving south of Cuba and into the Gulf of Mexico and another part moving up East of Florida and then, it moves up the Atlantic coast of Florida until it gets to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and then it turned east across the Atlantic Ocean towards northern Europe.

Up until June 12, 2010, it continued east to the British Isles where it split with part going north to warm Iceland with the rest going south warming Scotland, Ireland, England, France, Spain and Portugal. Now it goes a couple of hundred miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and stops! (Here’s the link to see the U.S. Navy map of the North Atlantic, which depicts water temperatures and placed a large yellow arrow pointing to the stopping point of the Gulf Stream : WWW.THELIBERTYMAN.COM/#GULF. This Sea Surface Temperature Map is updated daily by the U.S. Navy at website: www.fnmoc.navy.mil/public/ .)

Second, the Gulf Stream affects the atmosphere up to seven miles above the Gulf Stream. At that altitude, you are in the Jet Stream. The Jet Steam is the 200 miles per hour wind that has tremendous impact on weather in the Northern Hemisphere.

Let me explain how credible physicists have verified the importance of the Gulf Stream shutting down.

In the middle of July 2010, one of my research team forwarded an article by Dr. Gianluigi Zangari PhD. Dr. Zangari (who works with the prestigious Research Division of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics at Frascati National Laboratories of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics in Italy), is part of a team of scientists in Europe and North America that have been studying and monitoring the Gulf Stream for over nine years. I turned this information over to another member of my team, Dr. Bill Deagle M.D. (Bill’s website is WWW.NUTRIMEDICAL.COM) Dr. Deagle contacted Dr. Zangari. Over the next ten to fourteen days there were telephone conversations, E-mails, and we (Dr. Deagle, Ms. Ann Morrison [Ann's website is: WWW.HOMELAND- DEFENSE4U.COM] and I) even interviewed Dr. Zangari live on the Genesis Radio Network. I felt privileged to be part of that interview.

During the first few days of our discussion with Dr. Zangari, he was telling us that the Gulf Stream was at risk of stopping. He had new data coming in daily from his various sources:

ο Real time satellite data from Jason
ο TOPEX/Poseidon
ο Geosat Follow-On (GFO)
ο ERS-2
ο Envisat

These data were processed by the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research (CCAR) and further checked at the Frascati Laboratories by means of the SHT congruent calculus and compared with past years data. (Reference: [link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net] )

By the end of July, Dr. Zangari was convinced that the Gulf Stream had, on June 12, 2010, stopped. Shortly after telling us that, he cut-off any further communication with us. We can only speculate as to why. His paper is available as a PDF at [link to www.associazionegeofisica.it]

A quote from Dr. Zangari: "The Gulf Stream is the Pacemaker of the weather for the planet". A strong statement, to say the least!

You should be wondering, what are the implications of stopping the Gulf Stream.

Why is this the second most important story in 2,000 years? Because the most important story is that of Jesus Christ. The Gulf Stream stopping may mean the start of a new ice age. It will definitely mean abrupt climate change, especially harmful to the world's agriculture and dramatic increases and decreases in temperature and precipitation.


Possibly violent weather related events are more than a theory. I do not have direct access to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Institute, the main headquarters for the U.S. government monitoring these matters; however, one of my team members is connected. Through him (and other sources) we continue to seek more scientific details.

Here are the two critical questions regarding climate change:

1.) How soon will the stopped Gulf Stream affect agriculture?
2.) How bad will it be?

As to question #1: What I'm hearing at this point in time is as soon as 90-120 days to as long as 24 months. We are fairly certain that the adverse impact on growing grain will be severe. Russia has already stopped exporting grain because of drought affecting yields of grains. China is stockpiling commodities, such as soybeans, exchanging commodities for the U.S. debt instruments that have lost value over the past five years.

As to question #2: Grains are the basic food for 6.5 billion people and unknown millions of domestic animals. Wheat, corn, soybeans and rice constitute a huge percentage of food worldwide. These grains can tolerate only a certain range of high/low temperatures and high/low precipitation. Anything outside what they normally can tolerate reduces the harvest. Very extreme changes can wipe out the harvest completely. In addition, other crops and animal production will be adversely impacted. This translates into higher food prices for first world countries like the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. For third world countries, this becomes malnutrition and the opportunistic diseases that malnourished people succumb to.

In addition, we may see mass migrations (tens of millions) of people leaving England, Ireland and Scotland, if for no other reason than they do not bury their pipes deep enough! Other areas may see migrations as well. Areas that have had fairly mild winters could soon have the same brutal winters of Moscow.

My friend Tim Spencer runs www.ruralsurvival.info . He has posted three You Tube videos made by "The Earl of Stirling". While the quality of the video is poor, the audio and the information are excellent! I highly recommend watching them.

I continue to monitor this matter and get new updates. I will be discussing this matter on my radio show and with Dr. Deagle on his show as well.

So this is your heads up! This is your warning! It is beyond the scope of this article to get into any real details of how one would mitigate this matter to save themselves and their loved ones. Suffice it to say, one must be well above sea level (500' plus), away from large cities, have a few acres to grow food on, a private source for potable water and much, much more.

Preparation is a complex matter. I do private consultations for families and corporations. A full eight-hour consultation just hits the highlights. My radio shows (especially my Sunday show) discuss preparedness in detail.

Time is short and I'm just one man. If you want my consultation services please call me at 314-965-3007 8:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M. Central Time Zone, Monday through Friday.

Good luck and May God bless you all,
John Moore

WWW.THELIBERTYMAN.COM
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if this is true , then we surely are going to have a one looong cold freezing winter , and maybe a winter like 2011 summer :freeze:
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Thanks OP

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I am in UK
If anything UK would be the first place in the world that would be effected by this.
So far everything is as it should be. Everything is normal and we are having a very mild start to November. According to your post (if correct) UK should be under ice by now with freezing temps. NOT A CHANCE BRO

Goes to show experts do not know a thing.
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MOUNT MERAPI, Indonesia (Oct. 31) -- A deadly volcano in Indonesia spewed another searing cloud of ash down its slopes Sunday, prompting panic and chaos among thousands of villagers who had taken advantage of a lull in activity to rush home and check on their livestock.

The new blast came as rescuers hundreds of miles away finally were able to resume food deliveries and evacuate injured victims of a tsunami triggered by a 7.7-magnitude earthquake near a chain of remote islands off western Sumatra.

The number of people killed in the twin catastrophes climbed to almost 500 on Sunday.

Material from Sunday's eruption of Mount Merapi looms over Cangkringan, Indonesia. Some people fled the eruption in vehicles; others jumped into rivers.

Despite warnings from officials, thousands of the more than 53,000 people who had been evacuated from the danger zone rushed back Sunday morning to check on their livestock high up on the scorched slopes.

"My farm has been destroyed by volcanic debris and thick dust. ... All I have left now are my cows and goats," said Subarkah, who lives less than two miles from the peak. "I have to find grass and bring it up to them, otherwise they'll die."

The 46-minute eruption Sunday shot dust about a mile into the air and a cloud of hot ash a half mile (a kilometer) down Merapi's eastern and southern slopes, said Surono, chief of the Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation.

He said heavy rain Sunday increased the danger of another larger eruption because water falling into the fiery crater can create sudden vapor pressure in the lava dome, he said.

In the last century, more than 1,400 have been killed by Merapi, one of the world's most active volcanos.

Since Saturday's large eruption, the volcano has had 63 lava bursts and nine small gas emissions, said Subandrio, an official with the volcano's monitoring agency.

"The trend seems to be that the volcanic activity is increasing," he said.

More than 800 miles to the west, a break in stormy weather made it possible for boats and helicopters to ferry aid to the most distant corners of the Mentawai Islands, where some coastal communities were pounded by a tsunami up to 18 feet high last Monday.
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Hurricane Tomas Might Hit Jamaica, Haiti

CASTRIES, St. Lucia (Oct. 31) -- Hurricane Tomas headed deeper into the Caribbean early Sunday after storming over a cluster of islands at the sea's eastern entrance, tearing off roofs, damaging houses and downing power lines.


The storm was moving over open water on a path that could take it near Jamaica later in the week.

Authorities in St. Vincent said they had unconfirmed reports that three people died during the storm Saturday, including two men who might have been blown off a roof.

Jimmy Prince, emergency management spokesman for St. Vincent, said fierce winds tore roofs from nearly 100 homes and more than 400 people sought emergency shelter as the island plunged into darkness.

"Many of them are workers who were unable to get off Mustique," he said, referring to a tiny island just south of St. Vincent.

On St. Lucia, high winds tore off the roofs of a hospital, a school and a stadium and toppled a large concrete cross from the roof of a century-old church, government officials said.

Heavy rains caused a landslide that blocked a main highway linking the capital to the island's southern region.

The government ordered two airports and all businesses closed and people called radio stations to admonish parents who were letting children play in the streets, where trees and power lines were falling.

"This is no joke," said calypso singer Nintus, one of the callers.

Organizers of the island's biggest Creole festival called off the event due to the storm, disappointing both would-be revelers and dozens of vendors who traveled to the capital to sell vegetables, fruits and other provisions.

"All my preparations have gone down the drain," said vendor Theckla Darius, from the rural community of Fond Assau. "It's been a lot of effort for nothing."

At least 20,000 people were without power on Martinique, and streets flooded and tree branches were down. A cruise ship carrying nearly 2,000 tourists docked instead in Dominica.

Tomas earlier toppled power lines and damaged houses in Barbados as a tropical storm.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said the Category 2 hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 100 mph winds early Sunday and was centered about 130 miles west of St. Lucia. It was moving west-northwest at 8 mph.

Forecasts said the Atlantic season's 12th hurricane could drop up to 6 inches of rain in the region.
The U.S. hurricane center said Tomas was likely to strengthen as it moved toward Jamaica and could unleash heavy rains on southern areas of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, which is struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake and cope with a recent cholera outbreak.

Haiti issued an orange storm alert, the second highest level. Authorities warned southern and western regions - including the quake-ravaged capital of Port-au-Prince, where an estimated 1.3 million people are living in tent camps - to be on guard for high winds, thunderstorms and possible flooding.

But with few usable storm shelters and no feasible evacuation plan, residents will largely be on their own.
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I am in UK
If anything UK would be the first place in the world that would be effected by this.
So far everything is as it should be. Everything is normal and we are having a very mild start to November. According to your post (if correct) UK should be under ice by now with freezing temps. NOT A CHANCE BRO

Goes to show experts do not know a thing.
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Cause and effect spring to mind. The cause has already happened and the effects of the change in the stream will come. These things don't happen instantly.

I'm seriously considering emmigrating! AGAIN! Jeeeez!
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Spectacular volcanic eruption in Russia

Part of Kamchatka, in Russia's Far East, has been buried in ash, after a volcano on the peninsula erupted. Schools and offices had to be closed, and there were little signs of life for several hours. Thousands of people were forced to stay at home or urged to wear respiratory masks if outside. Ash clouds have stretched thousands of kilometers across the peninsula and meteorologists say, they're likely to remain for another few days.

The Shiveluch volcano erupts on Russia's remote Kamchatka Peninsula, producing a six-mile ash cloud.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Looks fine now:
[link to argo.colorado.edu]
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This is total bsflag
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SUPER NOVA

[link to i562.photobucket.com]

ORIGINAL CAPTION: On Oct. 28 a twisted filament of magnetism on the Sun suddenly untwisted. The result was this spectacular eruption recorded by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. At its peak, the "twist" towered more than 350,000 km above the Sun's surface.


[link to www.standeyo.com]
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One EMP burst and the world goes dark

At risk are the more than 200,000 miles of high-voltage transmission lines that cross North America, supplying 1,800 utilities the power for TVs, lights, refrigerators and air conditioners in homes, and for the businesses, hospitals and police stations that take care of us all.

"The electric grid's vulnerability to cyber and to other attacks is one of the single greatest threats to our national security," Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., said in June as he introduced the bill to the House of Representatives.

Markey and others point to the August 2003 blackout that struck states from Michigan to Massachusetts, and southeastern Canada, as a sign of the grid's vulnerability. Triggered by high-voltage lines stretched by heat until they sagged onto overgrown tree branches, the two-day blackout shut down 100 power plants, cut juice to about 55 million people and cost $6 billion, says the 2004 U.S.-Canada Power System Outage Task Force.

Despite the costs, most of them from lost work, a National Center for Environmental Health report in 2005 found "minimal" death or injuries tied directly to the 2003 blackout — a few people died in carbon monoxide poisonings as a result of generators running in their homes or from fires started from candles. But the effects were pervasive: Television and radio stations went off the air in Detroit, traffic lights and train lines stopped running in New York, turning Manhattan into the world's largest pedestrian mall, and water had to be boiled after water mains lost pressure in Cleveland.

[link to www.usatoday.com]
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So this thread isn't really about the Gulf Stream, huh?
It's good to be open-minded, just don't let your brain fall out.
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Sounds like doom overload in here!!!
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2012 Fox News Polar Shift Interview With Dr. Michio Kaku
[link to www.2012-doomsday-predictions.com]

Michio Kaku: Earth Axis Shift Caused by Chile Earthquake
[link to www.2012-doomsday-predictions.com]

Dr. Michio Kaku WARNING about pole shift and the prospect of losing electronics around the year 2012 on Fox News

2012 Survival Tips

With the recent announcement by NASA about the massive solar storm due to hit the Earth "with the force of 100 million hydrogen bombs" in 2012 - 2013 (see link in Sources section below), the Mayan prediction of 2012 is being taken more seriously. On Survive2012.com, author, amateur astronomer and researcher Patrick Geryl alleges that a storm of this magnitude could cause a reversal of the poles.

Read more at Suite101: 2012 Survival Tips [link to www.suite101.com]
[link to www.suite101.com]

2012 Forum
[link to 2012forum.com]
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Severe drought afflicts Brazilian Amazon

Some rivers are at their lowest level in decades
The Brazilian government has announced $13.5m (£8.6m) in emergency aid for Amazon regions hit by the worst drought in decades.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Mon Oct 25, 2010 7:35 am
7.5 Quake off coast of Sumatra, Indonesia

[link to www.cnn.com]


[link to www.news.com.au]
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Christmas 2010 gift request:

1) Warm clothes
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as we been given a warm winter for this year,
i cant see the gulf has stopped just yet.
must be next week it stops
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The Gulf Stream is one of many earth changes.

However, the ramifications are worth looking into as I too have family and friends in Europe and England. This report actually reminds me of the book Art Bell wrote years ago and the movie that was made. One recent report noted to expect the coldest winter in 1,000 years. How would they know that?

Coldest winter in 1,000 years on its way
04 October, 2010
Forecasters say this winter could be the coldest Europe has seen in the last 1,000 years.

The change is reportedly connected with the speed of the Gulf Stream, which has shrunk in half in just the last couple of years. Polish scientists say that it means the stream will not be able to compensate for the cold from the Arctic winds. According to them, when the stream is completely stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.

[link to rt.com]

What else is known and the public isn't being told? Or is it and most just don't pay attention?

Also, it is well know that with the increase ash in the atmosphere from volcanoes that they create more moisture in the air which results in a cooling of the planet. Two Russian volcanoes just erupted along with numerous other volcanoes through the globe. Why is that? Why not?

Ash And Gas Plume From Klyuchevskoi Volcano Stretching For 418 Km
Oct 18, 2010

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY - The ash and gas plume coming from the Klyuchevskoi volcano in Russia's Far East has been reported to stretch out 418 kilometers to the southeast. An ash cloud has been reported 247 kilometers off the volcano.

[link to www.meattradenewsdaily.co.uk]

NZ - Snow hits farmers big time 05 Oct 2010
Following a reasonably benign winter, the Southland region of New Zealand (NZ) has in the past week been hit by “the worst spring storm in living memory” according to the NZ Herald.

Igor cleanup underway in Newfoundland
[link to www.cbc.ca]

Areas are warm that were cold most likely due to the new tilt of the planet and vice versa.

For instance: The USGS study noted that the entire Chukchi shelf could be completely ice-free during August, September and October by the end of the century.

Brazil Crops Shrivel as Amazon Dries Up to Lowest in 47 Years
[link to www.bloomberg.com]

And then there is all this solar info.
Solar surprises raise questions for climate models
[link to www.breitbart.com]

Evidence of Solar Scientists Raise Fears of Imminent Ice Age
By John O'Sullivan - Sep 23, 2010,

New study by American solar experts identifies a sharp fall in sunspot activity since 2007 that fits the hallmarks of a soon arriving ice age.
read more: [link to www.suite101.com]

Earth changes are normal. They happen. However, one can take steps and prepare for a storm, or a drought, or snow... and in some instances, relocate as the thousands had to do with floods, earthquakes and volcanoes. If someone wanted to be prepared camping equipment (which many have) works great. Anyone can fill empty soda or milk bottles with water. Having a 20lb of rice on hand is good as rice goes a long way. It doesn't take a lot of effort to be prepared but it does take common sense.
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Gulfstream velocity of gulfstream October 23 2003-2010
10/23/2003
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

10/23/2004
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

2005
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

2006
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

2007
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

2008
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

2009
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

And the last one of 2010, you can clearly see that it has
weakened compared to the previous years
[link to rads.tudelft.nl]

Another strange thing is that the info on the Tu Delft
website was always live, you could see the gifs from
today but since September 04 they are always a week behind. Changing the gifs?
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if that's true in two winters there will be no habitable places called Ireland Scotland or Scandanavia. Can we rescue these white people to North America and send the black ones back to the warmer climates of sub Saharan Africa? Seems the only fair way to make room doesn't it?
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if that's true in two winters there will be no habitable places called Ireland Scotland or Scandanavia. Can we rescue these white people to North America and send the black ones back to the warmer climates of sub Saharan Africa? Seems the only fair way to make room doesn't it?
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Can we rescue these white people to North America?
No because North America will be no habitable too
You have to ask the black ones if they allow you to live
with them.
Shocking isn't it
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Re: The Gulf Stream has Stopped - June 12, 2010
greg evensen discussed this today on RBN
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