Friday, July 17, 2009

I'm afraid ITZ Coming

Check out the conclusions in the article where there should be only news. The journalist who wrote this is trying to tell people that the evidence right in front of their eyes doesn't mean what it clearly seems to mean ... that in fact, it means the exact opposite.

“I suspect, as many of us feel, that it is global change, but I fear we don’t understand it,” Wickwar said. “It’s not as simple as a temperature change.”

You don't understand anything and you never will, sheeple. Yours is not to question why, yours is but to do or die.

The interglacial is ending. The magnetic reversal is coming.

If you don't have a vault, you're not going to have a chance.

Like in Isaac Asimov's Nightfall, I have a feeling that the human race forgets this cyclic event every 11,500 years because it is so traumatic the only way they can remember it is as mythology. I think it sweeps most everything clean away.

I know that Carl Sagan, never much of a scientist to begin with, was guilty of great irresponsibility in exaggerating nuclear winter. I cannot help but wonder though ... what about a nuclear winter during the post-glacial period? What happens if a nuclear war occurs during a natural transition back to an Ice Age? How long would it last? Would it ever really "clear up" at all? This is why volcanism is associated with Ice Ages and the triggers that cause it to occur very rapidly.


Anonymous said...

I was just going to tell you of this article, but you saw it yourself.

I wonder how the Wired's author dared to write this sentence: "The clouds might be beautiful, but they could portend global changes caused by global warming. "

As if the name of the game is "name it opposite of what it is". Perhaps like war missions are dubbed "peace" missions. Or economic depressant is called "stimulus"...


Anonymous said...

Hey, Tex, this is unrelated to the article, but it's been bugging me for some time. I use Google Reader as my RSS reader(alogn with 22 others if the reader statistics are accurate) and I thought you might like to know that the links you stick in the titles of your posts aren't viewable in it. I have to click on a link to go to your blog post before I can see the main article you were linking to. Just thought you might want to know.

Anonymous said...

Thought you might like this. I live in So Cal (I know, I know. Living with heathens make for interesting conversations)all my life and have never seen this either. The times are truly changing.

Mike M.

trueaim said...

Rev. Manning.

"White folk are gonna riot and I'm gonna join 'em!"

j said...

Did you see this, Cleve?

'Swine Flu Vaccine Makers Granted Legal Immunity'

Not suspicious at all!

Anonymous said...

"If you don't have a vault, you're not going to have a chance."

yeah! but how are you going to open the lid of your vault when you have a hundred foot glacier sitting right on top of it!

CadorBolin said...

"yeah! but how are you going to open the lid of your vault when you have a hundred foot glacier sitting right on top of it!"

You're probably being facetious, but..

The point that Vault-Co is making is that the world as it stands right now is not prepared for an ice age.

Of course, an ice age will not cover the entire world, just enough of it (say the north part of the northern hemisphere) to bring social and political upheaval that brings extreme wars for extreme lack of resources.

If the average world temperature drops 4 degrees C, how will that impact natural gas heating prices in the winter time? What happens when the UK all of a sudden has the same climate as Labrador, Canada. Does everything still function in an orderly fashion?

During the little ice age (and that was a rather mild one), it happened where some years did not have summer.

I say bring on the ice age. The white man thrives under such conditions anyway. Warm weather has just caused whitey's brain to rot and sing the praises of the multicult.