EXTERNAL FORCING MECHANISMS
The “External Forcing Mechanisms” follow the “Internal Forcing Mechanisms” of Part I
ORBITAL VARIATIONS: This is the production of the Milankovitch Cycles. These are variations in the orbit of the Earth, the tilt of the axis rotation, and the procession of Earth’s axis within the present Ice Age which is the last couple of million years. These cycles have a large impact on climate and are notable for their correlation to glacial and interglacial periods, the advance and retreat of the Sahara, and their appearance in the records of rock layers.
SOLAR OUTPUT: The Sun is the predominant source of energy to the Earth, and other sources include energy from the Earth’s core, and heat from the decay of radioactive compounds. The core is 4,000 miles below the Earth’s surface and contains hot spots like hot springs, volcanoes, and geysers. Three to four billions years ago, the Sun emitted only 70% as muc;h power as it does today. Following this period for approximately four (4) billion years, the energy output of the Sun increased and atmospheric composition changed. Over the next four (4) billion years, the energy output of the Sun increased and atmospheric composition changed. Over the next five (5) billion years, the Sun’s ultimate death, as it becomes a red planet and then a white dwarf, shall have large effects on climate, with the red giant phase possibly ending any life on Earth that survives until that time. SPIRITUALLY, this shall have no impact on human life as humans shall have already balanced their duality and left the Earth’s domain.
PLATE MOVEMENTS: Over millions of years, the motion of the oceans’ plates generate the shape and feature of the Earth’s surface. This can effect both global and local patterns of climate and atmosphere/ocean circulation. The position of the continents influences patterns of ocean circulation. The locations of the seas are important in controlling the transfer of heat and moisture across the globe and determines global climate. The size of continents is also important. A larger supercontinent shall, therefore, have more area in which climate is strongly seasonal than shall several smaller continents or islands. The continent of Lemuria, now Madagaskar (located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of South Africa, and adjacent to Australia) is a reference to this. See Mu/Lemuria, Chapters 1 and 2, of “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified“. Madagaskar is the home of the Lemur which was once called Lemuria or Mu (more ancient).
VOLCANISM: On average, large eruptions occur several times per century and cause cooling by partially blocking the transmission of solar radiation to the Earth’s surface, for a few years. Small eruptions impact the atmosphere only subtly…smaller eruptions occur at a much higher frequency so therefore have a significant impact on Earth’s atmosphere. Over very long periods of time, smaller eruptions release carbon dioxide from the Earth’s crust and mantle (see above image) counteracting the uptake by sedimentary rocks and other geological carbon dioxide sinks (sponges) that release carbon dioxide at night. They include storage in trees, oceans, and the earth. The U. S. Geological Survey estimates are that volcanic emissions are at a much lower level than the effects of current human activities.
HUMAN INFLUENCES: There is strong credible evidence, based on multiple research documentation, that climate is changing, and these changes are in large part caused by human activities. This evidence and scientific research have stood firm in the face of serious scientific debate and careful evaluation of alternative explanations. Of most concern is the CO2 released from fossil fuel combustion, aerosols, and the CO2 released by cement manufacture. Other factors which affect climate variables include land use, ozone depletion, animal agriculture which cause manure and release carbon mainly at night, and deforestation by humans.
In the past, the question was “how can hydrogen be isolated with minimum energy and no fossil fuels”? Hydrogen in water was either locked in with oxygen or carbon dioxide. Hydrogen is extracted from fossil fuels like natural gas by burning them which releases carbon dioxide which is a greenhouse gas…this would not be feasible. Water can also be split into hydrogen using electricity in a process known as hydrolysis…this was inefficient and required large amounts of power.
Now, there is a process known as “Wave Energy” which is more efficient than solar or wind power. It can power a radio frequency generator (shown). Wave Energy has been proven to work by the Carnegie Perth Wave Energy Project in Australia using Zero-Emission Wave Energy for taking salt out of water for consumption, and the wave energy of the swells also turn the energy into electricity. For greater details, see:
Spiritual changes that shall occur in the 21st Century (see previous post) may reflect to a degree the extent of the change in climate destabilization. It is the Spiritual human viewpoint that shall have a significant application toward the change in climate. The Universal Life Force containing electromagnetic energy shall then partially play into the destabilization of the Earth’s climate.
More detailed physical evidence shall be shared in the next post of “Climate DeStabilization & Spiritual Influence” – Part III