Two Sides of the Mass Global Warming Deception

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 02/22/2009 - 5:04pm.


Have you noticed on the both sides of the Global Warming debate, there are two groups of very wealthy elites? We can perhaps readily appreciate the "no" side's motivation. This group is tied to large Petroleum and other interests. But the "yes, there is Global Warming side", that suggest that our planet Earth is on an unabated trend to heating up, is also tied to wealthy interests. Follow the money, and the trail seems to lead to an apparent interlocking clique with common ties to a reputed "Globalist Hegemony". ~ Dr John Singh

What gives? The apparent answer to this conundrum suggested by scientists whose voices have been repressed, is that both sides are seeking to deceive humanity. Bill McGuire is Benfield Professor of Geophysical Hazards and director of the Benfield Hazard Research Centre at University College London has been among scientists who suggest that Global Warming will create a trigger point, that will subvert the salinization of Gulf Stream currents. LINK The result would be the triggering of an ice age.

In quick summary, if enough cold, fresh water coming from the melting polar ice caps and the melting glaciers of Greenland flows into the northern Atlantic, it will shut down the Gulf Stream, which keeps Europe and northeastern North America warm. The worst-case scenario would be a full-blown return of the last ice age - in a period as short as 2 to 3 years from its onset - and the mid-case scenario would be a period like the "little ice age" of a few centuries ago that disrupted worldwide weather patterns leading to extremely harsh winters, droughts, worldwide desertification, crop failures, and wars around the world.

Yale's Global Online correspondingly documents the following:

Scientists have long warned that temperatures will soar and people swelter as rising levels of greenhouse gases lead to global warming. However, new evidence suggests that these conclusions were somewhat off-base. Instead of sweating, people around the world may soon be shivering as high temperatures hasten the coming of the next ice age. Currently, huge volumes of fresh water are being poured into the North Atlantic by melting glaciers, disrupting the conveyer belt of ocean currents such as the Gulf Stream, which is responsible for keeping the UK and Western Europe balmy.

Recent studies indicate that the cold water outflow of the North Atlantic has dropped by 20 percent since 1950 and that northern waters have become progressively less saline. Unfortunately, these changes will not affect Europe alone. Atlantic currents are only one part of a worldwide system; disrupting them may bring dramatic climate change to the entire planet. LINK

Imagine vast stretches of Europe and North America under a permanent winter, that in the process destroys agricultural production, resulting in mass famine. Dr. McGuire and other scientists suggest that we are dangerously entering that scientifically predicated triggering point.

A possible key to appreciating this triggering mechanism, are insights from ancient and indigenous people which suggest that our Earth is not simply a large clump of mostly "rock" orbiting in space. Instead such cultures conceive of our planet as an actual living entity, where humanity and other biological entitles are spiritually interconnected with each other.

When a body of a person and animal life in general, gets too hot, the body "kicks in" certain biological mechanisms kick in to cool the body off; or alternatively "biological transformations" to deal with viral or other attacks to the body become active. Aboriginal wisdoms inspire a context of appreciating the "body of Earth" as having the biological mechanism of cooling off, to prevent the kind of apparent scenario of unabated heating, by the "yes" side.

Scientists suggest that the "Global Warming" thesis of unabated warming, was constructed to turn public attention away from arguably the even less palatable scenario of suffering from mass starvation in a permanent winter, instead of the scenario of simply being somewhat "uncomfortably" warm, but still having access to food.

 Dr. John Singh - February 22, 2009 - source AgoraCosmopolitan

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 02/22/2009 - 5:04pm.