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  • mike white
    thanks mythi, if my theory is correct, and some scientist does the work to prove it, will he/she share the credit with me? sure ... ... From: mike white To:
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          thanks mythi, if my theory is correct, and some scientist does the work to prove it, will he/she share the credit with me?  sure ... 
       
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      Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 3:14 AM
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         as i look at this article it occurs to me what is happening with greenland and the little ice age.  note the chart how the cold labrador current meets the warm gulfstream, just south of greenland, and the interplay between them is demonstrated.  this is the cause and mechanism for major climate change.  if too much of the gulfstream mixes and warms the labrador current, it may affect the thermo-haline conveyor, causing it too stall, causing the upper lattitudes of the northern hemisphere to be frozen.  it hasnt been discussed, but the same event would cause the torrid zone to be extremely hot.  if im correct, our scientists should be monitoring the mix of the currents, and maybe take steps to keep the currents separated.  off cape hatteras the sea is always rough, due to the turbulent mixing of these currents.  judging by the shape of the shoreline, theyve met there for a long time.  if the gulfstream was deflected and steered further east, in its path north, or turned east sooner, greenland keeps it glacier, europe is warmer, but if as now much mixing occurs, then greenland loses its ice, and europe chills.  not so perceptively until the threshold is reached, then the sudden little ice age, when the heat conveyor stalls.  the south moving cold current is moderated by warmth from mixing with the gulfstream, and the admixture of fresh water from glacial melting, both tending to stall the heat conveyor.  or do the scientists think that the surface heat conveyors are not similarly affected by the same causes, as the deep thermo-haline conveyor?  imho they are connected and related.  again, this is very important, and is top priority science, putting the nations of the atlantic rim at risk.  we need to reduce the mixing of the currents, and slow the melting of the greenland ice - or face another little ice age.  i wonder if the wandering of the magnetic poles is affecting the currents?  water is capable of polarization, and is drawn by magnetic field, as demonstrated by rain-bearing clouds always being attracted to mountains.  consequently, as the north wanders away from greenland toward siberia, maybe the gulfstream is drawn further north, causing the mixing and subsequent little ice age.  the terrestrial axis need not follow the magnetic, for the ice age conditions to prevail further south than normal.  this should be easier for our scientists to accept.  we might be on to something worthy of the scientists to take note. 
         now i will read further to see if there are indications of a massive flood near 6200 bce.  i saw the chart with different implications than the author. 
       
      imho
      mike white
       
       
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      Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 5:08 PM
      Subject: [Ancient-Mysteries] SCIENTISTS CONFIRM HISTORIC MASSIVE FLOOD IN CLIMATE CHANGE

      SCIENTISTS CONFIRM HISTORIC MASSIVE FLOOD IN CLIMATE CHANGE, February 28
      Scientists from NASA and Columbia University, New York, have used computer modeling to successfully reproduce an abrupt climate change that took place 8,200 years ago. At that time, the beginning of the current warm period, climate changes were caused by a massive flood of freshwater into the North Atlantic Ocean.
      Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news11277.html
       
       
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