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Tipping Point - The Coming Global Weather Crisis


Tipping Point - The Coming Global Weather Crisis

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    Michael Joseph Little
Tipping Point the Coming Weather Crisis is an indepth examination of weather conditions over the last 400,000 years: examining the effects that volcanic eruptions, Carbon Dioxide and Methane gas had both on the environment and on the history of mankind. Only from the past can we forecast what the future may bring and four times in the last 400,000 years as soon as it has reached maximum temperature an Ice Age has rapidly started. The melting of the Arctic Ice Pack is the tipping point that throws us into another ice age. So what happens after the Arctic Ice pack melts? Does it just keep getting so hot that the earth melts down? I don't think so. We are very near the end of the current warm period that has lasted 16,000 years, the end is long overdue and only lasted this long because man learned to use fire and the resulting smog cooled the atmosphere slightly - prolonging the current warm period. Shifting to oil and hydroelectric for energy has cleared the air and is allowing global warming to accelerate. In the depths of the last Ice Age, over 8 million square miles of ice covered the continents. This changed the very geography of the Earth and many shallow seas now covered by ocean were above sea level. The then mostly dry Aegean Sea in the Eastern Mediterranean was habitable and a Garden of Eden for mankind for over 80,000 years ? giving man a safe haven from both beasts and massive volcanic eruptions. This Garden of Eden was covered by ocean, 10,000 years ago. I theorize on the meteorological and oceanographic conditions that allowed glaciers to form and last for 100,000 years, plus what effect miles of ice had on continents, oceans and man. What was it like for men and animals living next to a glacier and how did we survive eruptions that destroyed the Earth?s Ozone layer? Abrupt weather changes have occurred in the past, when conditions existed almost exactly like they are today. Data from Ice cores taken from glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica have shown us that transition into the next Ice Age comes very rapidly after the warm peak is reached. Granted this is rapid on a geologic timeframe. But it is also true that one day in Canada and Eurasia, the winter will bring a solid freeze and this ice will not melt for 36 million days (approximately 100,000 years). Imagine a time when Canadians and Americans are jumping the border into Mexico and they are not welcome, but they go and go armed, having nothing to lose, already leaving a home and life covered in ice, millions will lose everything. A time of ice, when war and hunger are the norm and nuclear weapons get used on every continent - more than once. I do hope that I am wrong.  
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