I’m in the throes of writing a trilogy of books on Geoengineering. The most important topic of our times. Here is the mock up of the first cover of Book II, which is the most important book of the three for it describes the devastation of Earth that occurs when the methane gas is released into the atmosphere from the melted snow in the Arctic. It generally takes 1 1/2 – 2 years for the 100X more toxic gas than C02 to fully deploy in the atmosphere. Geoengineers are in an all out desperate mode to “RE=Arctify” the snow to keep the methane pools from releasing but are failing miserably, in fact accelerating our 6th Great Extinction even on humanity, truth be told.
The last time the Arctic was ice free was 3.2 million years ago!!
WE can all feel the severe increase in intensity on our skin now of the Sun due to the huge increase in UVB radiation that is killing off trees everywhere. WE can see the GE practices above all our heads almost daily now as they desperately steer weather.
“We’ve never seen anything like this before,” said Mark Serreze, who directs the center. “It’s way below the previous record, very far below it, and we’re something like almost a month ahead of where we were in 2012.”
The 2016 race downward in Arctic sea ice continued in May with a dramatic new record.
The average area of sea ice atop the Arctic Ocean last month was just 12 million square kilometers (4.63 million square miles), according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). That beats the prior May record (from 2004) by more than half a million square kilometers, and is well over a million square kilometers, or 500,000 square miles, below the average for the month.
Another way to put it is this: The Arctic Ocean this May had more than three Californias less sea ice cover than it did during an average May between 1981 and 2010. And it broke the prior record low for May by a region larger than California, although not quite as large as Texas.
Sunday, 5 June 2016
Four times more than the average rainfall for the whole month of June falls in one morning in the Brisbane area.