March 14, 2011
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PDF report : Proof of Moon Shift : Appears On The Internet. This is some interesting reading actually. Just take a look at the calculations below.
FULL PDF REPORT here
March 7, 2011
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Like i wrote a couple of days ago about NASA, well more words are not necessary. According to U.S. computer models a regional, limited nuclear war could set-off “unprecedented” worldwide cooling. Rainfall too might be affected. This is the latest climate theory that owes much to the original promoter of nuclear winter, Dr. Carl Sagan. The pop-culture astronomer and astrophysicist who popularized the idea of a nuclear war thrusting the Earth into an extended Ice Age, also created the message plaques for the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft that went interstellar and left the solar system. Sagan’s concern focused on an all-out thermonuclear exchange between the USA and the USSR. Such destruction, he argued, could cause huge fires that would produce such great clouds of smoke and ash that sunlight would be blocked for weeks or months. Sagan predicted that in such a bleak scenario, most humans would die from radiation poisoning, disease and starvation. Although some believe that can no longer happen, they fail to consider that most of the Russian Federation’s formidable nuclear arsenal is still targeted on American cities and so are Chinese missiles. Nevertheless, most Western military analysts believe that if any nuclear exchange is likely to occur it will erupt from a regional conflict such as the developing nuclear countries of Pakistan and India. Nuclear winter versus global warming?
NASA scientists worked with other institutions and created a hypothetical war between two countries lobbing the total equivalent of one hundred Hiroshima-type bombs. The resulting mega-tonnage of explosive was calculated at a mere three-hundredths of the estimated world nuclear arsenal. The model revealed that the fire—originally predicted by Sagan in the last century—would choke the troposphere with about five million metric tons of black carbon. The saturated atmosphere, rising from solar heating, would drift in the upper reaches of the atmosphere diluting the light and heat of the sun and cooling the planet. At a recent meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C., research physical scientist Luke Oman stated during a press briefing regarding the NASA research that “the effects would still be regarded as leading to unprecedented climate change.” Oman works at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. A man-made “little Ice Age” ohh dear!