Friday, June 17, 2011

Volcanoes Eruptions & The River Nile

With the situation worsening over many years, across the length of the River Nile and the Blue River Nile water shortages and the resulting water conflicts are increasing. The assessment for Egypt's Nile Delta for July and August, 2011 are of severe drought for the Delta villages and farmers in those regions.

I was sort of stretching my imagination a bit trying to understand the extended relationship between the River Nile and the East African chain of volcanoes situated close to the source of this great river.

I am aware that ongoing volcanic eruptions can also create dry and arid weather conditions. I am also aware that volcanoes send vital life giving minerals and elements into the Earth's atmosphere, which act on the Planet's biosphere over hundred's if not thousands of years.

Imagine you have a way to fertilize the soil in a way that would continue to spread and re-fertilize over hundreds of years. I came to that idea when I was thinking about Fukushima's spreading radioactive contamination of the ground water and soil. I thought there must be a natural element that can also spread and transmute the dangerous man-made radioactive substances to less dangerous forms.

I was thinking about the explosive eruption of Eritrea's prehistoric Nabro volcano and what it would mean if eruptions became common along the active splitting Nubian and Somalian African Plates. Following the 13km eruption of ash on June 12, Nabro erupted again on June 16, 2011 sending out a 15km plume.

Assuming that ash clouds from volcanic eruptions along the East Africa Rift Valley would drift North towards Egypt/Saudi Arabia .. how would this impact the climate, the weather, rainfall and the unseen relationship between the rivers and the atmosphere.

Historic Volcanic Eruption Shrunk the Mighty Nile River
Volcanic eruptions in high-latitudes can greatly alter climate and distant river flows, including the Nile, according to a recent study funded in part by NASA.

Researchers found that Iceland's Laki volcanic event, a series of about ten eruptions from June 1783 through February 1784, significantly changed atmospheric circulations across much of the Northern Hemisphere. This created unusual temperature and precipitation patterns that peaked in the summer of 1783, including far below normal rainfall over much of the Nile River watershed and record low river levels.

The Laki event had such a significant impact on the climate because it released large amounts of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere. When combined with water vapor, the gas formed into tiny particles called aerosols that reduced incoming solar radiation, cooling the average temperature over Northern Hemisphere land masses by as much as 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in the summer of 1783, as simulated with the computer model. Tree ring data also showed significantly reduced tree growth in the summer of 1783, indicative of the coolest summer of the last 400 years in northwestern Alaska, while tree growth in parts of Siberia was the least in 500-600 years. NASA Report

Only through observation will we understand the impact that changes in Eastern Africa will have on the Nile. A worsening of drought conditions would be a disaster for the region. However, we cannot exclude a potential long term shift towards water abundance bringing an end to the droughts.

Without careful and intelligent shared 'water management' (respecting nature), increasing water abundance could bring its own kind of disaster to the Nile regions. Water conflicts of the rich kind... Water rich areas allow for expansion and everyone would want to expand. Build dams (hold the water), spread the irrigation horizontally (another way of holding the water), with all the conflicts that would ensue.

Orgone Rich Regions
Beyond the initial changes I feel that over the next thousand years humans will discover how to create 'Orgone rich' atmospheric abundance = water rich zones. Some zones may be created on the oceans with floating oceanic research and living areas where the enclosed dome creates its own atmosphere and 'rain' from seawater distillation.

The key word is 'Orgone rich' .. Orgone being Wilhelm Reich's description of bright blue fields of energy that can alter atmospheric conditions without the use of 'technology'.

You wont find Orgone responding to low and high frequency pulse-beams and all that stuff. In that respect we humans are the 'technology'. Orgone responds to the mind and to the state of the human mind. Over the next thousand years the state of the planetary human mind will be the key to how mankind develops.

I think it will take a thousands years, because humans are going to have to observe nature and understand the process of how nature creates life with no external 'technology'. Understanding the basics - essentially the mind of nature - creates mutual respect between Earth humanity and 'the forces'. Then we can begin to co-create Orgone Rich Regions on land as well as within the oceans.