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Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] desertification

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  • mike
    the persians irrigated so extensively that the euphrates dried up before reaching the sea. if it were not for the gulfstream the climate of florida would be
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 1, 2004
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         the persians irrigated so extensively that the euphrates dried up before reaching the sea. 
         if it were not for the gulfstream the climate of florida would be very different.
         if man would block the passage that allows the labrador currents to penetrate new england, the gulfstream would enter and give the area a wonderful climate, much warmer winters than they now suffer.   
       
       
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      Subject: Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] desertification

      Something I havn't seen mentioned is the over-irrigation of many of these areas. When you irrigate an area such as was the case around the city of Babylon what happens is a high evaporation rate and this leaves a high salt content. The area is then a saline sterile area. And if U. S. farmers aren't careful this will happen in california and Florida. rwscruffy

    • mike white
      this has been brought up before, but its importance deserves further attention. when the polar axis shifts, the equator relocates. the regions 15 degrees,
      Message 2 of 5 , Jul 23, 2014
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           this has been brought up before, but its importance deserves further attention. 
           when the polar axis shifts, the equator relocates.  the regions 15 degrees, north and south of the equator get tropical rains.  the regions 15 to 35 degrees north and south of the new equator are made arid by the trade winds. 
           the last poleshift circa 3107 bce, caused north africa and australia to become deserts. 
           above the equator, the trade winds come out of the northeast, drying out the ground.  in the southern hemisphere, they come out of the southeast.  this adds moisture to the southeast coast of australia, while drying out the rest of it. 
           even a minor poleshift, could cause a dramatic climate change in these places. 
           if the andes had not uplifted further, the west coast of peru would be jungle down to 15 degrees south lattitude.   as far as nazca would be jungle had the andes not uplifted further.  there are proofs that it was jungle during the time of cultured man, so this points to a recent uplift of the andes.  its almost certain that some ranges uplifted circa 10,000 bce, perhaps that included tiwanaku, and its toxodons, and portions of columbia, where the mammoth died of exposure at 2 miles elevation. 
         
        mike
         
         
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