In the movie The Day After Tomorrow, the North Atlantic Current essentially shuts down, which prevents warm equatorial waters from reaching Northern Europe and Northeast United States. The result is an immediate climate shift into an Ice Age. For dramatic cinematic effect the Ice Age unfolds rapidly with a massive storm. Indeed, there is evidence that some Ice Ages in history did occur nearly overnight due to cataclysmic events like the oceans conveyor belts grinding to a halt -- animals and cavemen were frozen nearly in an instant.
On August 29th, Lord Stirling issued a scary report warning that, "The North Atlantic Current is gone." We were hesitant to post the article before checking with sources to confirm its validity. After such research, many of the claims that Lord Stirling makes do indeed have some scientific evidence behind them. However, his claims that the North Atlantic Current is "gone," and that the cause is primarily the Gulf oil disaster and subsequent dispersant spraying, are slightly premature. Despite these assumptions, Stirling's report has enough supporting evidence to cause alarm:
The NutriMedical Report and LiveStream.com/TheNutriMedicalReportShow updates, final proof was provided that the Gulf Stream had been stopped cold at the 47th longitudinal parallel with a 10 degree Celsius ocean temperature drop, and loss of velocity and energy, so that the Gulf Stream was only able to be measured by satellite to less than one-third the way across the Atlantic ocean.
As Dr. Zangari stated, this is not the butterfly effect but the "elephant effect;" and with the amount of oil released, the natural system (the pacemaker of world climate for millions of years) was now gone, replaced by an artificial system, that has caused the Gulf of Mexico to be seven degrees Celsius above normal by late July. Additionally, this has totally disconnected the Loop Current from the Florida current which becomes the Gulf Stream.
In his report on June 12th, 2010 in a journal article, the CCAR Colorado data agreed with the NOAA and US Naval Satellites data:
This live satellite data map later altered on the CCAR servers, and he emailed that this was 'to falsify' and he could not explain this fact logically. He returned to NOAA and US Naval data on the same and later dates and stated by early August that the CCAR data was no longer reliable and his conclusions was not changed in quality or quantity of the serious consequences. His conclusion that 'glaciation' at an unknown pace was inevitable from this disaster.
Dr. Zangari reported that the effect of the Gulf oil spill, and the use of dispersants to sink the oil, will cause the Gulf's Loop Current to die, which will have a "chain reaction" on slowing the greater Thermohaline Circulation System:
'As displayed by both by the sea surface maps and the sea surface height maps, the Loop Current broke down for the first time around May 18th and generated a clock wise eddy, which is still active. As of today the situation has deteriorated up to the point in which the eddy has detached itself completely from the main stream therefore destroying completely the Loop Current . . .'
'It is reasonable to foresee the threat that the breaking of [such] a crucial warm stream as the Loop Current may generate a chain reaction of unpredictable critical phenomena and instabilities due to strong non-linearities which may have serious consequences on the dynamics of the Gulf Stream thermoregulation activity of the Global Climate.' —Dr. Gianluigi Zangari,This report was swept under the rug along with all other studies showing the true damage from the politically-managed cover-up of the oil disaster. However, there are now very unusual record cold snaps and snow happening, just days after Stirling's report. Here are a just a few reports of strange cold weather since the Gulf spill:
|Snow in Brazil August 5th, 2010|
- Norway experienced a half a meter of snow on August 29th.
- Russia, just a month removed from scorching record heat, also had unusually early snowfall.
- Australia recorded the coldest August in 35 years.
- South America experienced record cold this winter resulting in millions of fish and other wild life dying off.
- Even Los Angeles had the coldest summer days on record prompting the July LA Times headline "What Summer?" And on September 1st the National Weather Service reported, "DAILY RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET OR TIED AT LOS ANGELES AIRPORT ON 16 DAYS IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST 2010."
Stirling also includes some compelling imagery in his report:
|Normal Gulf Stream velocity from September 2004|
|Weakened Gulf Stream velocity August 22nd 2010|
Other climatologists confirm that the consequences of such a breach in the Gulf Stream would result in a massive climate change, "Dr. Mike Coffman PhD geologist resource climatologist, and Dr. Tim Ball PhD climatologist have confirmed that if this data is correct, that an ice age and massive climate shift with famine is now imminent."
And climatologist Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D., reported NASA's Global Sea Surface Temperature as "Still Cooling" where he posts the temperature data chart along with this commentary:
'The following plot, updated through yesterday (August 18, 2010) reveals the global average SSTs continue to cool, while the Nino34 region of the tropical east Pacific remains well below normal.'
Curiously, an alarming August 25th article by an AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Bastardi was pulled from the AccuWeather website and replaced by a short statement by Bastardi admitting he was wrong. Thankfully, many other websites posted the highlights of his original predictions:
25 Aug 10 - Although Northern Hemisphere LAND MASSES had their hottest May-July on record, says meteorologist Joe Bastardi, the globe as a whole did not.
The warmth ON LAND is a by-product of the years of warm Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and El Niño, says Bastardi. The land kept warming after the water began to cool. It's 'sort of like high tide in back bay occurring after it had occurred on the beach (oceans) and the tide is about to go out.'
'If one uses common sense, one would understand that land masses with warm water next to them for years would warm greatly,' says Bastardi.
Southern Hemisphere sea ice now approaching record high levels.
However, 'the expansion of the Southern Hemisphere sea ice, now approaching record high levels, ought to tell you something about the oceans immediately around the sea ice,' says Bastardi. This large mass of water is cooling and has cooled most dramatically in the area where it is warmest (the tropical pacific).
'We see drastic cooling over land and IN THE ATLANTIC TOO. In fact, it basically keeps cooling the tropical Pacific into next year, then hammers away at the two areas warmest now - the Atlantic and the continents.'While Bastardi and his mainstream employers want us to believe he was wrong about the record cooling, the evidence seems to prove his predictions were indeed spot on. However, it remains to be seen if Lord Stirling's dire concluding predictions will soon come true:
The 'process' of entering a new Ice Age could begin coming upon us in full force (rather like in the movie The Day After Tomorrow) at any time, or it could take three to five years to fully play out with early glaciation beginning in North America and Europe and Asia this winter (both models have existed in the beginnings of different Ice Ages in Earth's past).
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