Climate Shift

April 29, 2006

Q. Given that there's the Law of Physics, where is there an equal and opposite reaction to Global Warming?

A. We have said before but we will reiterate, what is taking place is a climate shift, and there are several factors that are influencing the shift due to the presence of human industry than has been the case in the past. Because of particulant matter in the upper atmosphere, there has been a decrease in the intensity of sunlight, a manifestation that is usually associated with major volcanic eruptions, but in this case is also tied to industrial and mechanical pollution. Ordinarily this would of course cool rather than warm the globe, and in fact certain parts of the planet have experienced a slight cooling in the last 50 years. However, due to the presence of what is called greenhouse gases, the atmosphere itself is tending to warm. This particular interplay of cooling and warming trends is an unusual one for this planet. The cyclic nature of climate shift in this case has been magnified by these other external factors and as a result the degree and extent of instability is not only greater than would normally be the case, but it is likely that these factors will require a longer period to resolve than would ordinarily be the case in a standard climate shift.

As we have indicated the usual cycle of climate shifts tend to involve a 50 year pattern of highly unstable weather patterns followed by the emergence of a new weather pattern. And to discuss these cycles is not predicating; it is describing the mechanics of the planet itself. However, with these two contradictory wild cards in the mix, we would think that it is not unlikely that the period of disruptive weather could well last longer than usual, possibly as long as a century, and result in a much more volatile weather system throughout the Earth than is presently the case. While that is not, in fact set,it is still increasingly clear that the long cyclic patterns are sufficiently disrupted as to be as unstable as a major cataclysm would likely to be, such as but not limited to the eruption of a super volcano.

Both the weather cycle and the periods of instability have their own fractals and algorithms, of course, but these additional stresses add both secondary and tertiary patterns and thereby leave the way open to many and more complex expressions within the range of the algorithmic pattern.

Q. If all continues per the algorithmic function now, after the shift is over, where will there be weather analogous to Northern California?

A. There probably will not be such a place because stable weather patterns are likely to not re-emerge for some time by which we mean 300-400 years.