Not all climate changes on Earth are due to human industrial pollution. Global warming is a galactic event throughout the solar system. We’ve listed the dramatic climate changes on the other planets. Now let’s have a look at some of the Earth changes that have been going on for several decades as David Wilcock has thoroughly documented in his 2011 book The Source Field Investigations.
- According to NASA scientists, “Activity in [earth’s] two known Van Allen radiation belts grew so intense in May, 1998, that a new belt was created . . . generating excitement and awe in the scientific community. This new belt contains mostly ionized nitrogen, neon, and oxygen particles, which are new and unexpected since the inner Van Allen radiation belt itself consists mostly of protons. The original source of the atoms is believed to be the local interstellar medium; i.e. the gas, dust and energy between the stars.”
Watch this short clip for graphic description of the Van Allen radiation belts. There are also some interesting You Tube videos to watch at the end of this clip on the subject.
- In February 1996, NASA’s “Tethered Satellite” experiment hoped to harness 3,500 volts of electricity from space, using a super-strong cable to stretch a satellite out away from the space shuttle and hold it there while the cable gathered energy. However, the satellite appeared to have encountered vastly more energy in the earth’s upper atmosphere than NASA had expected. First, it encountered a variety of mysterious problems; its “computer and two of its four gyroscopes had stopped working. In addition, both thrusters mysteriously had opened and spewed out nitrogen gas.” These problems . . . are totally consistent with the observed electrical effects of what appears to be a vortex into time-space. When the satellite was finally deployed, the supposedly foolproof tether actually broke, sending the satellite reeling off into space—and NASA was unwilling to speculate as to the cause of the break. . . . Astronauts did describe that the tether’s “outer coating of nylon and Teflon looked charred and melted.” Thus there appears to have been vastly more energy in earth’s upper atmosphere than earlier measurements had shown.
- As of the mid-to-late 1990’s, fully 5,060 percent more ozone was being detected in earth’s middle atmosphere than was expected, even though pollution is expected to reduce ozone, not increase it. This area is above where the “ozone holes” are located.
- There are also more hydroxyl (OH) molecules appearing in earth’s upper atmosphere than conventional scientists can explain. Furthermore, “strong emissions from atomic neon, argon and xenon” were seen in earth’s aurora, apparently for the first time, in 2001.
- Overall, earth has been loosing 3 percent of its sunlight per decade since the 1950’s. There has been a 10 percent decrease in sunlight reaching earth’s surface in the last thirty years, and 15 percent over the last fifty years, showing that the effect is accelerating. This suggests that the atmosphere itself has become noticeably denser.
- Most scientists would expect the earth to cool down as a result of a thicker atmosphere, not warm up, so this “shocking” finding “went against all scientific thinking” and was “ignored” as a result.”The first reaction has always been that the effect is much too big, I don’t believe it and if it’s true then why has nobody reported it before.”
- NASA announced in 2009 that over the last twenty-five years, noctilucent clouds in earth’s upper atmosphere are becoming more and more frequent, migrating down from the poles, and shining brighter than ever before. This cannot be attributed to a change in temperature, and atmospheric scientist Dr. Vincent Wickwar said, “I suspect, as many of us feel, that it is global change, but I fear we don’t understand it . . . . It’s not as simple as a temperature change.”
- The oceans of the world have warmed significantly since the late 1940’s, and interestingly, slightly less than half of the increase in heat content is occurring below three hundred meters (roughly nine hundred feet). These rapid, unpredictable changes in temperature were previously thought impossible, since sunlight cannot penetrate to these depths. . . .
- Earthquake activity also appears to have increased. A worldwide database system for reliably cataloging earthquakes was established by the United States Geological Service as of January 1, 1973. According to the USGS, 98 percent of earthquakes are less than a magnitude 3 on the Richter scale and ‘earthquakes greater than about magnitude 3 usually can be felt by people near the source area, and thus detectable. For this same reason it is unlikely that improvements in the technology or number of detection stations would cause a significant increase in the actual number of earthquakes that are reported above 3.0. Nonetheless, in 1973 there were 4,517 earthquakes above 3.0 on the Richter scale worldwide, and by 2003 there were 17,443. This represents a total of a 386 percent increase in earthquake activity above 3.0 between 1973 and 2003.
- Prior to 1998, earth was gradually getting narrower at the equator and longer at the poles. However, from 1998 onward, this trend has reversed itself—earth is bulging out at the equator and contracting in at the poles. Estimates of the weight loss caused by melting icecaps and glaciers are far too small to account for the magnitude of the effect. Anomalies in earth’s magnetic field suggest that a magnetic pole shift is already underway, and the models have no clear way of predicting exactly how soon this will complete itself. Interestingly, in March 2004, a hurricane was detected for the first time in the earth’s southern hemisphere. (Wilcock)
The U.N. World Meterological Association announced to the world that “the increase in temperature in the twentieth century is likely to have been the largest in any century during the past 1,000 years.” The 1990’s have been the warmest decade.
- The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere of the northern hemisphere has increased in the last 25 years.
- The average thickness of summer Arctic Sea ice has decreased by 40 percent in the last 30 years.
- The average lake or river in the northern hemisphere will now have about two less weeks of ice cover per year than one hundred years ago.
- Since 1966, the overall snow cover in the northern hemisphere has decreased by about 10 percent.
- Glaciers in the Argentina/Chile region are melting fully 200 percent faster in 2003 than in 1975. Even NASA has admitted that “the (Antarctic) peninsula has warmed 2 to 3 degrees Celsius (3.6 to 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) over the past 50 years, causing rapid thinning, enhanced melting and rapid disintegration of its ice shelves.”
- Lastly, ‘since 1950, according to one estimate, some 600,000 plant and animal species have disappeared, and currently nearly 40,000 more are threatened. This is the fastest rate of extinction since the dinosaurs disappeared. Forty percent of all known species on earth are now at risk of extinction. Somewhere between 2.7 and 270 species disappear every day. The most conservative estimate is that the current rate of extinction is one hundred times greater than the background rate, but Harvard biologist Edward O. Wilson has calculated that the true rate may be as high as ten-thousand times above the background level. Wilson predicts that half of all plant and animal species will be extinct by 2100.” (Wilcock)
There are 172 references listed in Wilcock’s notes for this one chapter alone. In all, there are 46 pages of references for the entire book. The author has done his homework over the 30 years of research that led to this laboriously documented book, The Source Field Investigations. I highly recommend the book to my blog readers. I leave you with this 6 minute video clip about the polar shift underway.
In the midst of disintegration, chaos and extinction, evolution is moving us forward to new frontiers. Something new is integrating and being born.
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