Thursday, October 04, 2012

2012 Han Dynasty "Global Warming" Deception

I woke up this morning in a strange stormy mood, clicked open my computer and was soon laughing more than I laughed in a long time... The rise and fall of the "Han Dynasty" is being used in an attempt to prove humans cause "Climate Change" ... Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha'n!

Oh! Don't forget the Romans !! Sorry !! These two Empires / Dynasties, are said to have caused an increase in atmospheric methane .. proving "man made climate change" - proving that humans added greenhouse gases before industrialization. "Most of the gas emitted today is man-made," the study claims.

It couldn't get much simpler .. could it!

Let's blame the rice paddies:
The addition of billions of tons of methane gas into the atmosphere coincided with the Chinese Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire... caused by rice paddies .. deforestation and burning. According to the researchers, volcanic activity did not play a part in detected changes in atmospheric methane levels at that time.
The problems associated with using ice-core samples as an accurate measurement of early geological conditions, is that no one knows whether the polar ice sheets have experienced continued uninterrupted growth. In plain English, that means the ice sheets have not experienced dramatic or partial melts in recent history. See: The Problem With Ice Core Dating

Everyone is assuming the polar ice sheets grow like tree rings. They assume that the polar ice has built itself upwards, layer on layer, without significant melting in recent history until today. That assumption would be wrong, if worldwide accounts of a great flood are to be taken seriously. Even without a great flood, there is no guarantee that the polar ice does not experience frequent melting phases or cycles.

You know what happens when ice melts...

The next problem with ice-core dating is the assumption that polar ice is a linear structure that can be measured like a ticking clock. We are talking about ICE that is basically WATER, and the transitions (movements) between ice and water, water and ice are extremely complex.

Man's desire to measure the unknown predominates truth or reality.

Hatepe Eruption
The Hatepe eruption, sometimes referred to as the Taupo eruption, is dated to around the year 180 CE, is considered New Zealand's largest eruption during the last 20,000 years. The eruption ejected some 120 km3 (29 cu mi), a VEI 7 eruption, of which 30 km3 (7.2 cu mi) was ejected in the space of a few minutes. This makes it one of the most violent eruptions in the last 5000 years, comparable to the Tianchi eruption of Baekdu at around 1000 CE and the 1815 eruption of Tambora. The resulting ash turned the sky red over Rome and China.
The Han Dynasty is said to have existed from 206 B.C. until 220 A.D. and and the Roman empire 27 B.C. to 476 A.D. - but the latest study claims that: Between 100 BC and 1600 AD roughly 28 extra billion tonnes of methane per year were added to the atmosphere, according to the analysis.

There is just one small problem .. The Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire were affected by a cycle or a series of natural geological events that reduced their Empires and certainly led to their downfall.

We are currently entering this destructive cycle again.

We humans build our "Empires" in periods of relative geological calm, and we become undone in cycles of increased geological (tectonic) activity. The signs of this are all around us: The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and Tsunami .. the 2008, Sichuan Earthquake .. the 2011, Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

Look at the travel and economic disruptions caused by the enduring and significant 2010 eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano. Then in 2011 the massive eruption of Iceland's Grimsvötn volcano.

Grimsvötn Tsunami Mystery
Grimsvötn, Iceland, November 2004 - the eruption started at the subglacial volcano in the Vatnajokull ice cap on November 1st - with eruptions lasting five days. Sumatra, Indian Ocean, December, 2004 - Mag9.1 undersea quake and tsunami.

Tōhoku, Japan, April 2011 - Mag9.0 undersea quake and tsunami. Grimsvötn, Iceland, May, 2011 - the eruption lasted five days (the strongest Grímsvötn eruption in the last 100 years).

This is all my own research .. and I do not think the above information is a co-incidence. The relationship between large undersea earthquakes, devastating tsunamis and the eruptions of Iceland's Grimsvötn volcano is an Earth harmonic relationship. Grimsvötn Iceland 2004 Indian Ocean Quake Tsunami

I use this to show that we are not dealing with individual isolated events. The changes in the Earth's atmosphere are related to the changes in polar ice levels, as well as volcanic and earthquake activity on land and under the oceans. You cannot take one element "methane" and isolate it from all the other elements.

We do not yet understand or take into account the absorption rate of methane sinking or rising in polar (atmospheric moisture) water or frozen layers of ice. What is methane's relationship to gravity and water in relation to the magnetic spin at those latitudes? See: Gravity of The Earth

The one real issue facing human populations in times of geological upheaval is land and resource degradation. The real problem facing mankind - as was in the past - is local destruction of food, animal and plant resources. The destruction of the forests, destroying natural habitat, the geographical imbalance between rising concentration of human populations to decreasing local planetary resources.

The real problem humans face is the difficulty of adapting to climatic change when local population increase causes loss of surrounding natural habitat and loss of local land food resources. Massive cities with little or no natural land, in ratio to the number of humans .. real estate versus agricultural land.

When the land to human ratio is out of balance you have a potential food/resource problem. Remove all the natural coastal barriers to a surge in water levels and the devastation level increases. Solution? Plant trees!

Natural Tsunami Barrier
Naluvedapathy, a coastal village in Tamil Nadu emerged unscathed after the 2004 tsunami while all neighboring villages were severely affected. This was because unlike other coastal areas in Tamil Nadu, Naluvedapathy is shielded by a kilometre-thick tree cover.
The Guinness Garden
The real problem facing man is himself...