A Remarkable Discovery

A World-Wide Financial Chaos Might Destroy Earth's Climate

April 28, 2006

A quote from Texe Marrs' book Days of Hunger, Days of Chaos:

"When the plug is pulled on our economy, all things financial will begin to move southward at a rapid pace. Within days will come reports of food shortages in different areas of the United States. These reports will intensify until the people as a whole panic and rush enmasse to foodstores, cleaning then out and emptying shelves. The situation thereafter will not get any better because, shortly after the barren foodstores have locked their doors, word will get out that little or no additional food is going to be forthcoming. The media, in sobering tones, will report that the President and his White House advisors and cabinet are holding nonstop emergency sessions trying to figure out what to do to resolve the food shortage dilemma." [p. 173-174]
Similar thing happened, but in much smaller scale, in 1997-1998 as most of South-East Asia, Russia and Brazil faced a severe economic depression.

Luckily, in that time, they did not pull out the whole plug; they lifted it just a little, and the world survived. The recession was limited; it did not spread to the whole world, and it lasted only about one year. Now, nine years later, this recession is only a vanishing memory in people's minds.

But only a few months ago I realized how close an egde -- the egde of a bottomless pit -- we really were during these fateful years, 1997-1998.

Many years ago, Dr. Gerry Stanhill discovered that the sun is dimming! In fact, the sun himself is not dimming, but a pollution in the atmosphere darkens the air so that the sun appears to be less bright on the ground. The sun has diminished between the late 1950's and early 1990's as follows: North America -- 10%; British Isles -- 16%; Isrrael 22%; USSR -- 30%; and Hong Kong -- 37%! Globally, the rate is about 10%, or 2-3% per decade. [1] Sulphur dioxide and soot are the main ingredients for the global dimming and this dirt prevents global warming.

Below there are two diagrams made of NOAA's official statistics. [2] The diagrams represent the global averege temperature -- three year averege -- from 1929-1931 to 2003-2006. [3] By observing these diagrams, you can make three major discoveries: 1) The temperature has clearly decreased between 1944-1946 and 1974-1976; 2) The rise has stopped during the last three years; 3) The increase has been unbelievable steady -- exactly 0.1F per 3 years or 4.2F until the year 2100 -- from 1977-1979 to 2001-2003 (Diagram II, red line).

Diagram I

Diagram II

When the crisis hit Asia, the global temperature rose sharply. From February 1996 to February 1998, it climbed 0.92F and dropped 0.82F until Februaru 2001. In February 1998, when the crisis was at it's worst, the temperature was 0.7F "too high" compared with the red line. You may say that the sharp rise was due to Strong El Nio, but it's also possible that El Nio was a result of a strong warming. [4]

About 600 million people about Asia's economic crisis in 1997-1998; that was about 10% of the world's population. The BNP shrank about 5% in these countries. The Asia's crisis was not a total disaster, but as the economy slowed, the pollution also slowed and the sun became brighter. That's why the Earth became hotter, and WMO, for example says that the year 1998 was still warmest on record. [5]

The world's economy shrank only 0.5% but the temperature rose 0.7F or 0.4C. The situation described in Texe's book does not occur until the economy shrinks ten times more (5%) or one hundred times more (50%). What would happen if the world's economy shrank by 5%? Would it happen so that the global temperature rose also ten times more or 7.0F? That would be almost the end of the world. What about if the world economy shrank by 50%? Would it happen that there were 70F hotter. That would be definitely the end of the world. And, if 7.0F increase in global temperature had melt all ice from north pole, how much more it would lift the global temperature. The possibilities are frightening! The oil crisis in 1973 also lift the global temperature. [6]

If the world-wide economic crisis hit, the temperature would definetely rise but how much? No-one knows because this is full of unknown factors.

But one thing is sure: I hope that the Illuminati would not make any silly tests by endangering the whole life on earth. It is not their advantage if there is no human life in Earth (no slaves for them).

Pasi Toivonen Mntt

  1. http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/0513-01.htm

  2. World average temperatures 1880-2005 -- ftp://ftp.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/anomalies/land_o_F.all.
    [This link has been removed in early 2006]

  3. Year 2006: January, February and March are included

  4. http://www.cpc.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/ensostuff/ensoyears.shtml

  5. WMO Statement On The Status of the Global Climate,

  6. The global temperature 1971-1976: -0.19; +0.01; +0.25; -0.13; -0.07; -0.21