Please take a few moments, if you will, to grasp the implications of this historical perspective of Earth’s temperatures.
Review of Hindcasts (1 of 3)
It’s interesting to note that the last 10,000 years have been the most extended prolonged period of a relatively stable climate in the last 250,000 years. Now, look at the period circled in red–the 5000 years of death and destruction leading up to the close of the last ice age. That should leave you with absolutely no doubts that “catastrophe cycles” are real.
If these “catastrophe cycles” are in some way linked to the solar cycle, as this article is suggesting, it would also suggest that “catastrophe cycles” are potentially predictable.
But, how would we know?
It would seem to make perfect sense to search through reconstructed temperatures from ice core databases for any sudden, and extreme shifts in temperature. Then compare those events with the energy output of the Sun. So that’s what we decided to do.
The experiment covered a period of fifteen thousand years–starting in 13,000 BC and ending in 2,000 AD. The fifteen thousand years was subdivided into three 5,000 year test periods, i.e., (13,000 to 8,000 BC), (8,000 to 3,000 BC), and (3,000 BC to 2,000 AD). Dates of verifiable published events within each period were cataloged and hindcasts were performed based on theoretical assumptions defined in “The Rhythms of the Sun” hypothesis.
The temperature data used in the hindcast is from R. Alley 2000 GISP2 ice core. It provides an annual record of temperature, precipitation, “atmospheric composition”, volcanic activity, and wind patterns going back 110,000 years. The solar cycle’s variation in acidity is also tracked.
Exhibit-01 below shows a total of “seven” sudden and extreme shifts in temperature that occurred during the 5000-year test period. Three were catastrophic, i.e. 1: (Bølling-Allerød Warming, 6: Younger-Dryas Cooling, and 7: the termination event at the end of the Younger-Dryas.
If any one of those three events should happen today, it would end life on Earth (as we know it).
Brief description of the three catastrophic events:
Bølling warm period (Also known as meltwater pulse one) – Around 13,000 BC, the Earth started warming abruptly after ~ 100,000 years of an “ice age”. The large ice sheets, which covered significant parts of North America and Europe, began rapidly melting. A climatic optimum known as the “Bölling-Allerød” was reached shortly thereafter, around 12,700 BC (Meltwater Pulse 1A). During this phase, a rapid rise in sea levels inundated coastal settlements around the globe–while meltwaters caused massive flooding.
Younger Dryas cool period – Starting at about 10,900 BC, global temperatures suddenly fell like a rock–returning very quickly to near glacial conditions (i.e. cold, dry, and windy), It stayed that way for about 1,200 years. Evidence shows that within a single year or less, the temperature of central Greenland fell by 9–14°C. But there is also evidence that it had a very marked consequence on Europe, North America, and as far away as New Zealand.
Termination Event – The most spectacular aspect of the Younger-Dryas is how it ended. Beginning around 9,950 BC everything changed (virtually overnight) and things started to thaw. By 9,870 BC temperatures were rising exponentially, and by 9,785 BC they had gone parabolic. Temperatures finally peaked at about 9,675 BC. It is estimated (from the annually-banded Greenland ice core) that the annual-mean temperature increased by as much as 10°C in 10 years.
This termination event was similar in many ways to the Bølling warm period. Sea levels rose quickly and inundated coastal settlements, and meltwaters caused another round of global flooding.
What is the cause of the events?
At this point, the cause of these events is unknown. But there has been a lot of speculation–especially about the Younger Dryas period and the mysterious disappearance of the world’s large mammals. An article in the “Human Project” describes it this way:
“Until about 10,900 BC North America was a haven for large land mammals–roughly 50% of all animals larger than 32kgs and all species above 1000kgs. Then, in a geological blink of an eye, North America lost 33 distinct genera of mammals. These were mainly the large megafauna that had previously thrived in the area for thousands of years. It equated to 75% of all mega mammals living on the earth during the ice age. They all mysteriously vanished from the planet.”
There are four hypotheses, Extraterrestrial Impact Event, Meltwater and the Collapse of Lake Agassiz, Solar Proton Events, and Clovis First–all of them appear to have a somewhat limited number of supporters.
Most experts believe that these types of events are random.
On the contrary, evidence is presented here that suggests that these so-called catastrophic events were harmonically linked to the Solar Magnetic Cycle–an idea gleaned from the work of the Scientists in charge of the Ulysses mission.
They proved that sounds generated deep inside the Sun cause the Earth to shake and vibrate in sympathy and that Earth’s magnetic field, atmosphere, and terrestrial systems, all take part in a so-called cosmic sing-along. They also showed that distinct, isolated tones, predicted to be generated by pressure and gravity waves in the Sun, are present in a wide variety of terrestrial systems. And last but not least, they came up with the concept of invisible flux tubes connecting the Sun and planets like a giant wi-fi network.
Over the last few years, some of the key pieces of the puzzle gifted to us by Ulysses have been assembled into a testable hypothesis (The Rhythms of the Sun). Perhaps, after examining the unique qualities of the hindcast generated, you will also become intrigued by this new and exciting area of research.
EXHIBIT-02 (click chart to enlarge)
“Rhythms” are a common theme in this presentation. NASA says that “Mysterious Cosmic Rhythms Permeate the Solar System”, and the European Space Agency (ESA) talks of “Moving to the rhythm of the Sun”. Exhibit-02 is a graphic image of what those rhythms may look like.
The temperature data is overlayed with two vibrational frequency patterns (rhythms). One pattern is a light-orange in color and the other is light blue. The darker brownish color is the resulting energy chain created when frequency patterns fall into resonance (or harmony). These are the natural waves hidden inside of sinewaves.
Note the black arrows crossing through the middle of each anode. Anodes are where one wave ends, and another wave begins.
Could it be purely coincidental that all these anode events occurred at precisely the same time as the sudden reversals in temperature? Or does it seem more likely that anode events cause new waves to move in the opposite direction of the old waves–kind of like when an ocean wave crashes into a bluff and then, reverses direction and heads back out to sea.
You be the judge.
Typically, magnetic force fields are charted using a series of sinewaves depicting the wavelength and magnitude as 360 degrees of motion. Exhibit-02 is distinctly different. It’s a computer simulation that attempts to reveal the theoretical ingredients contained within the magnetic lines of force–the stuff that energy is made of.
Exhibit-03 shows the same oscillations as exhibit-02, but also offers two sets of sinewaves. In this case, the sinewave structures represent double-helix chains that constitute magnetic lines of force (X & Y)
The solar cycle (Z) is a derivative of (X & Y).
The number one question in Solar Physics is “what causes the Sun to flame-up and flame-out?
From a system perspective, it is assumed that a temperature turning point has occurred when a theoretical line of force reaches +100, or -100, crosses zero, or converges with another line of force.
Note that In exhibit-05, vertical black arrows point down through the anode towards the projected dates of each anode event. The red X (inside gold circles) quantifies the field line’s position at the time the event was triggered by the system.
Now, look closely at the period between 12,800 and 12,500 BC. Notice how rising temperatures follow a zig-zag course. Temperatures go up for a few years, then go sideways for a few years, and then up again. These are the incremental turning point events that are caused by converging and diverging fields. If our theoretical assumptions are correct, the hindcast should also follow that zig-zag course.
To determine if that is indeed the case, green arrows have been placed where the hindcast has determined that a turning point event had occurred. The temperatures themselves tell us where ice core data say events occurred. By overlaying the hindcast on top of ice core temperature data, it is easy to see how closely they match. The difference between the two is considered the hindcasts margin of error.
In exhibit-06 below, the green and blue lines are X and Y, Both are transverse waves, and because they travel in opposite directions, gaps form between the green and blue lines while they travel from one anode to another.
The gap is actually an enclosure (or a containment structure) because it is surrounded by two force fields that have opposite polarities. The enclosure functions as a cavity resonator. As the vibrational frequencies contained within the cavity are compressed into smaller and smaller physical areas as X and Y begin to converge. Accordingly, wavelengths shorten–causing frequencies to rise, and higher frequencies make the wave more energetic. As the converging force fields get closer to zero (the anode), frequencies increase exponentially–approaching infinity–as the two fields cross. At that point, polarities reverse, and energetic pulses are dispatched simultaneously in opposite directions. Then, force fields begin to diverge, and volume expands into larger and larger areas–wavelengths lengthen, and frequencies fall–making the wave less energetic.
The red line (Z) is the standing wave manifested by the energetic intensity of the two interfering waves. In other words, it represents the rising and falling frequencies within the expanding and condensing cavity resonator. THINK PRESSURE!
Although exhibit-04 is helpful in explaining the double-helix chains that constitute magnetic lines of force, and exhibit-05 is helpful in explaining the concept of superpositioning, neither are capable of describing the apsidal-like motion that is taking place. It helps to visualize them as a series of helical spirals whose wavelengths incrementally decrease between the cathode and anode and incrementally Increase between the anode to cathode (exhibit-06).
Published dates associated with the three catastrophic events are presented below with a reference to the source. Published dates are expressed in the “years before present” format, while the hindcast uses the BC-AD format. The format differences are reconciled and arrows point to dates generated by the simulation. Also shown is the status of each wave field at the time of the event. The fields highlighted in yellow show the status of the fields that were actively involved.
The objective of the hindcast is to identify and quantify a series of turning points based on a set of hypothetical assumptions. The data shows that the hindcast is virtually spot-on. That would suggest that an accurate long-range forecast is not only possible but feasible.
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When I started digging into the amazing discoveries from the Ulysses Mission, I failed miserably in my efforts to communicate with mission scientists–not because of a lack of willingness on their part–but because of my own inability to comprehend how something called “vibrational frequencies” could be the underlying cause of all the effects that make up our everyday lives.
As it turns out, Nickola Tesla was spot-on.