7409Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] im back - more conjecture to stimulate the intellect
- Oct 1, 2005Polar temperatures are rising five times faster than
those in the temperate zones!!
--- mobydoc <patcobb@...> wrote:
> Hy Joan ...Bob...Mike ...et al ;=== message truncated ===
> What caused that Antarctic Ice melt was a
> undersea Volcano ...the Plates are moving all
> over the our World ...does anyone but me get
> those NASA bulletins ...they (nasa) reported the
> undersea movement sometime back ...but hey ...
> you still get people who recon it's the cars
> ....cows poos fault ...(that Green House effect
> )...on that Ozone depletion [O/K] ...but on the Ice
> melt ...
> Greenland ...and the Poles...Volcanos folks
> ..or are they burping Garlic fumes these days
> (ps) The Ice is melting faster than they are
> telling you ...has been for some years now :
> regards Pat/Moby
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Joan Butcher
> Subject: Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] im back -
> more conjecture to stimulate the intellect
> A recent study of ice melt in Antarctica,which was
> the Australian Newspaper,reported that it was
> at an even faster rate than the Arctic.It has the
> potential to do far more damage,because a large
> segment of the ice is on land.
> Sleep well!!
> --- mike white <infoplz@...> wrote:
> > well we got back home last night, and ive
> > recovered from the 8 day roadtrip to nc. it was
> > perfect weather, as usual.
> > i hope to get thru my backlog of group posts
> as i
> > can.
> > have all read how the arctic ice is receding
> > an alarming rate, as paul reminded me, at 8% per
> > decade, and maybe gone 125 years after this
> > warm cycle began. no doubt connected to the
> > hurricane increases. since it would seem that a
> > would disperse uniformly according to density
> > from the planet, around the globe. why are
> > hurricanes confined to the northern hemisphere
> > for the most part? maybe i just dont hear of
> > southern lattitude fierce storms, except in jack
> > london. he gave some vivid imagery, like a film
> > my mind. all of this may point to imbalances in
> > axis, and masses of earth. i may be the
> > but im happy about the ice melting, but think we
> > mankind must consider if we need to help the
> > antarctic ice melt to stay in balance and
> > on its axis and forces. maybe scientists could
> > detect imbalances, by careful measurements of
> > gravity, magnetism, and electricty, using
> > calibrated instruments, at various points on the
> > globe. if they all drift further to imbalance,
> > quakes, and ultimately poleshift might result.
> > my feeling on it, with some study.
> > the facts discovered by those who investigate
> > geomagnetism of lava strata, and the magnetic
> dip of
> > ceramic pots - points to a definite conclusion,
> > there has been magnetic poleshifts in the past.
> > these may happen at the same time as the genetic
> > bottlenecks. ive read no convincing evidence to
> > show that the magnetic poles of the earth can
> > change, without the planet turning the same
> > and position. they can try models to test the
> > theories. throughout recorded history as far as
> > can determine true north of earth moves with
> > magnetic earth. be sure to put an iron core in
> > model, and iron in certain mountains on its
> > it seems reasonable to believe that at least
> > three instances of the bible indicate the earth
> > rolled or fell in space, or upon its axis.
> > rolled up like a scroll, stars like the northern
> > dragon, do suddenly appear to be thrown to
> earth, or
> > the horizon actually. nations and continents
> > flooded, while seabeds rise in other areas.
> must be
> > that great quakes occur during the same event,
> > the plates to move.
> > the oceans bulge at the poles. i think its
> > generally believed that the mass of water
> > our equator, is in response to the gravity of
> > sun. i wonder if the bulge may be in proportion
> > the mass at the polar icecaps? somebody should
> > measure if the equator is wandering in
> proportion to
> > magnetic drift. early books gave the north pole
> > being on the north of hudson bay? in canada.
> > already drifted out to sea toward asia far from
> > canada. in my opinion it would take a disaster
> > such biblical proportions as a poleshift, to
> > the breaks in recorded history. history in
> > prior to about 3,000 bce in the annals of the
> > nations. earlier events are considered
> > and tale. duh! mankind had to have been
> > for millions of years, but will lower it to
> > to those who insist. 5,000 years of history is
> > great enigma - how could this be? the dark
> > were 1,000 years ago, now we have put men on the
> > moon - why could mankind not have done as much
> > during any of the 1,000 year periods in his long
> > history?
> > see, we have passed the lowpoint in man's
> > from grace, the old stone age, and have began
> > upward cycle of the circle. we dig down a few
> > strata of our new continents, and find evidence
> > suggest that we have evolved upward, which is
> > but certain doctrine suggest that there may be
> > levels far below them in time on portions of the
> > oldest continents, that become more cultured and
> > wise the deeper that is dug.
> > i think at ica, paracas, and nazca, we may
> > artifacts and lands from these earlier times,
> > have been uplifted, and eroded, to expose the
> > from these long distant times. i still plan to
> > investigate the patina at various sites in south
> > america's andean and west coast regions. it
> > be that certain minerals must be in the
> > but its the sun that bakes on the patina. items
> > that i have with patina display a perfect mirror
> > the heat of the sun from its east to west
> > course, often thickest on the south and
> > for the northern hemisphere. the north gets
> > to none normally.
> > we do know that the cold humboldt current now
> > flows where a former warm current once did. we
> > fossil andean oysters and corals to prove it. a
> > poleshift does explain this, ive not seen
> > compelling explanation. unless velikovsky is
> > correct, i accept the mystics report of the last
> > full reversal ca 50,000 bce. warm water marine
> > species may date to before that time. the
> > would still be heaviest on the same side before
> > after the earth flips over, but if the magnetic
> > field sets in layers of the patina it may hold
> > answer about the flip. it may require a higher
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