Antarctica. Satellite measurements show an 82-112 gigaton-a-year net ice
is actually reducing sea-level rise.”
that began 10,000 years ago is currently adding enough ice to the
continent to outweigh the increased losses from its thinning glaciers.
The research challenges the conclusions of other studies, including the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2013 report, which
says that Antarctica is overall losing land ice.
According to the new analysis of satellite data, the Antarctic ice sheet
showed a net gain of 112 billion tons of ice a year from 1992 to 2001.
We are now experiencing some pretty ordinary weather which must be doing terrible damage to the crop season this year. You may have noticed some videos that I put up on Global Cooling. Today I came across this guy and others on Youtube who present a convincing case for the opposite to Global warming. Perhaps it would be prudent to have a viewing and at least put it in the back of your mind as 2018 is not far way when this cooling period is expected to really bit and last until about 2031 based on all the historical cycles.
Please take the time to view this video and a host of others., We will take a closer look at this topic and if I can find a suitable speaker we will have some meetings on the subject to explore this topic and the implications for living in such a hostile environment where the food chain is likely to suffer.
An overview of new energy possibilities
We would like to thank Moray King for his recent lecture at the recent ENERGY AND SCIENCE Conference in Idaho USA. For years he has been developinbg his theories in what maybe actually powering a car when claims are made to ‘RUN A CAR ON WATER’. Indeed there are still plenty of mysteries to solve which we are still investigating. Moray King has some interesting and helpful resources so I am putting up some of the links as they are worth studying. I trust this will be helpful to all researchers out there too.
It is clear that life on Earth depends on the unusual structure and anomalous nature of liquid water. Organisms consist mostly of liquid water. This water performs many functions and it can never be considered simply as an inert diluent; it transports, lubricates, reacts, stabilizes, signals, structures and partitions.
In the light of the recent lousy weather maybe it is worth spending some time to look at this video. mmmm could be something worth keeping in mind and see what happens as we approach 2018 and beyond.
By Giles Parkinson on 30 September 2016
It was just six years ago when Malcolm Turnbull, then deposed Liberal Party leader, attended the launch of the Beyond Zero Emissions Zero Carbon plan for 2020, which suggested Australia should and could attain 100 per cent renewable energy by 2020.
Turnbull, by all accounts, was an enthusiastic participant, and was particularly excited by solar towers and molten salt storage. “There is a real opportunity there, with that technology, to generate baseload power from solar energy – something of a holy grail.” CLICK HERER TO READ WHOLE ARTICLE
Truly inspirational. Please have a listen and be inspired.
From Radio National
Bunker Roy decided to give up his life of privilege and wealth to help some of India’s poorest communities.
His experience digging wells in rural villages gave him the idea to establish a training college to help communities use technology to become self-sufficient.
The Barefoot College has given thousands of rural men and women the skills and knowledge to make significant changes to their lives such as installing new methods of water collection or generating solar power.
Original broadcast October 2010
Duration: 24min 39sec
This flys in the face of everything we are being told but it is essential we study all the possible scenarios
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