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Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!

 
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Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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The whole stupid global warming scam states the Gulf stream stops because the Greenland ice sheet slips off Greenland.

Something that is physically impossible since glaciers do not flow 1000 feet over the mountain range that rings Greenland.

So this is just more sociopathic warmist deception to scare the stupid stupid stupid sheeple.
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The whole stupid global warming scam states the Gulf stream stops because the Greenland ice sheet slips off Greenland.

Something that is physically impossible since glaciers do not flow 1000 feet over the mountain range that rings Greenland.

So this is just more sociopathic warmist deception to scare the stupid stupid stupid sheeple.

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Or it could be the chickens from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico coming home to roost.
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
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The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
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Please, stop confusing them with Facts
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Or it could be the chickens from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico coming home to roost.
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Or it could be the chickens from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico coming home to roost.
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
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It probably can't stop permanently, but it sure can be interrupted for a couple of centuries. I suggest you look up Heinrich Events.
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The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
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So you're saying the Earth's rotation may be stopping?!

/couldn't resist
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65267994


It probably can't stop permanently, but it sure can be interrupted for a couple of centuries. I suggest you look up Heinrich Events.
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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


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Assuming the Gulf Stream actually stalls and maybe even stops, what areas of the world would be habitable in the new ice age?
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Assuming the Gulf Stream actually stalls and maybe even stops, what areas of the world would be habitable in the new ice age?
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Just the tropics I think
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Assuming the Gulf Stream actually stalls and maybe even stops, what areas of the world would be habitable in the new ice age?
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Just the tropics I think
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I guess you didn't read the part where the guy pointed out that it's physically impossible for the Gulf stream to 'stall', stop getting your science from Roland Emmerich movies.
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Assuming the Gulf Stream actually stalls and maybe even stops, what areas of the world would be habitable in the new ice age?
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Just the tropics I think
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I guess you didn't read the part where the guy pointed out that it's physically impossible for the Gulf stream to 'stall', stop getting your science from Roland Emmerich movies.
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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65267994


It probably can't stop permanently, but it sure can be interrupted for a couple of centuries. I suggest you look up Heinrich Events.
 Quoting: Wurzel


It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


[link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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it couldnt have stopped. it cant stop. and what crops froze in the ground in december of 62? that must have been the year all the yeoman tard farmers went flat broke and had to get on the dole in merry ole england.
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Re: Disturbing! The Gulf Stream Now Stalling In Two Broken Areas!
The Gulf Stream CANT stop. Ok? Understand that. It can not stop.

The so called Gulf Stream is a small part of a super massive ocean conveyor that moves more water in one second than all the worlds rivers move in ten years. The conveyor is powered by the rotation of the earth.

The stream changes constantly. It widens and slows down and speeds up and gets narrow every single day. This is normal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65267994


It probably can't stop permanently, but it sure can be interrupted for a couple of centuries. I suggest you look up Heinrich Events.
 Quoting: Wurzel


It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


[link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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it couldnt have stopped. it cant stop. and what crops froze in the ground in december of 62? that must have been the year all the yeoman tard farmers went flat broke and had to get on the dole in merry ole england.
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It did and it was the worst winter ever in the UK follow the link above
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It probably can't stop permanently, but it sure can be interrupted for a couple of centuries. I suggest you look up Heinrich Events.
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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


[link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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it couldnt have stopped. it cant stop. and what crops froze in the ground in december of 62? that must have been the year all the yeoman tard farmers went flat broke and had to get on the dole in merry ole england.
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It did and it was the worst winter ever in the UK follow the link above
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read this

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lets hope so... The weather in Britain has been stupidly above average temps. And theres certainly very little predicted chance of widespread snow, all of this winter.
On top of that, all the global warming advocates are crawling out of the wood work.
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Assuming the Gulf Stream actually stalls and maybe even stops, what areas of the world would be habitable in the new ice age?
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Just the tropics I think
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I guess you didn't read the part where the guy pointed out that it's physically impossible for the Gulf stream to 'stall', stop getting your science from Roland Emmerich movies.
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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50331153


Now when people think of 'The Big One' in terms of winters, they think of 1947,1963 etc. But there was one winter that easily surpassed both! 1683-84 Mid December saw the 'great frost' start in the UK and Central Europe. The Thames was frozen all the way up to London Bridge by early January 1684. The frost was claimed to be the longest on record, and probably was. It kept the Thames frozen for 2 months, it froze as deep as 11 inches. Near Manchester, the ground had frozen to 27 inches, and in Somerset, to an astonishing 4 feet! This winter was the coldest in the CET series, at -1.2! (1739-40 was -0.4

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Or it could be the chickens from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico coming home to roost.
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Most likely this. Those monsters were told by EPA not to use corexit, but they did it anyway in order to make the measureable volume of oil sink so they could avoid heavier fines.

There were many warnings at the time from scientists about the Gulf Stream sinking because of BP's actions.

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It stopped in 1962 and many people died in the UK
The conditions made for surreal scenes - people skating in front of Buckingham Palace, a man cycling on the Thames near Windsor Bridge, a milkman doing his deliveries on skis. For 62 consecutive days, snow lay on the ground in the south of England. The next highest number of snow lying days since then is a mere 10 in 1987.
On 31 December 1962 the Times reported: "Roads were impassable at hundreds of points, many towns and villages were cut off, railways were out of action at many places or struggling against long delays on other sections, and the airports were unable till late in the day to offer landing or take-off."
But the country was not crippled. Snow ploughs were deployed and the trains - mostly steam engines - got through.
Vegetable prices shot up by as much as 30% as crops froze in the ground. But society continued to function despite the fact that average temperatures remained below freezing for two months.


[link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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it couldnt have stopped. it cant stop. and what crops froze in the ground in december of 62? that must have been the year all the yeoman tard farmers went flat broke and had to get on the dole in merry ole england.
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It did and it was the worst winter ever in the UK follow the link above
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read this

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New data from The Earth Wind Map and The NOAA Data Satellite both agree and are now showing the Gulf Stream is colder than average in not one area but two!

The huge section in the North Atlantic is still showing colder than average on both website's see links above but more alarming they are also both showing the Gulf itself is now colder than average and this was not the case last month.

Full story [link to www.thebigwobble.org]
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The gulf stream isnt broken, its the earth that's tilted.
Example: Imagine a bubble in a cup of tea, turn the cup, bubble stays in same place.





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