As I promised – last night Cliff High was on with Jeff Rense to talk about some of the work he’s been doing related to 2012 and what could happen then as 111 centuries of tension-building in the sun comes to a head and the world faces the potential of a magnetic reversal which hold the potential to make things quite bad here on earth if it works out as it seems to have perhaps a dozen times previously. You can click over here to get a summary. Quite interesting reading. (20+ pages if you print it to read offline.)
Those stories about biblical floods came from somewhere – and was the story of Sodom & Gomorrah more than just a story? Are those so-called ‘natural reactors’ where high levels of radioactivity occur naturally really ‘nature’ – and all the rest of it.
The emails have been running like this from a ham radio/broadcast engineer type in Hawaii:
You’re scaring the crap out of me now. Somewhere, years ago, on some woo-woo website that I followed (there were so many), there was a diagram of the sun. Some genius had applied a fluid-dynamics analysis to twisting magnetic fields in a plasma ball and come up with something approximating the eleven year solar spot cycle for eruptions. This could continue for several thousands of years before the magnetic fields eventually got tied up in some kind of gordian knot, got quiet, and then erupted violently to release thousands of years of pent up energy so it could start the cycle all over again.
Ed Dames’ remote viewers DVD says the end of mankind will happen with a ‘Killshot’ of a solar flare that cooks earth.
Seven thousand foot Tsunami sweeping the continent, eh? One thing we know is that on a small island in the middle of a deep ocean, the tsunami wave is a much smaller swell than when it impacts a continent. We have some 13,000 ft. volcanoes here that are accessible. Hmmmm… I always felt there was a reason why ‘Universe’ put me here… and keeps me here.
Now will you please give me a day’s advance warning so I can get up the volcano in time??”
I’m one of those ‘proportional response’ kinds of guys. In other words, if I think there’s a nonzero chance of global systemic social breakdown and then ballpark the chance at 2½ percent on any given year under present conditions, then over time I move assets and plans around such that 2% (or more) of my financial and physical effort can be brought to bear on the systemic meltdown problem. Which is why I probably have $6K worth of long-term stored food and another $20K in related long-term preps; everything from water to power to ammo to medical supplies and so forth. With me?
Using this approach, I figure I’ll be able to stay ahead of the pack in terms of readiness for (fill in threat) and as the probability rises – as shown by early indicators) I will keep scaling in to threat-mitigation. It’s almost like a dollar-cost-averaging approach to potential future calamity.
The approach emphasizes diligence in research and it’s here that I come to the nubbins of the current problem. I need more data.
To be sure the Patrick Geryl, Calleman, etc work is interesting, entertaining, scary, and you know the rest of the list. But, given that we have some exceptionally bright readers, it would be nice to have someone who is an expert on computation fluid dynamics actually do some modeling. After all, both 11/11/2011 and 12/21/2012 are known dates and therefore the positions of the sun, the earth’s position in orbit as well as tilt relative to the sun are known.
We also have a pretty good handle on the viscosity of water and rotation speed of earth. So given all of that (and toss in a handful of the previous work in solar dynamics if it can be found) then it ought to be easy to compute some important possibilities.
One question might be “If the earth were to stop its rotation, what would be the performance of the oceans.. and specifically:
How much would the ocean-momentum rise be on the western coasts of all the continents for a range of planet stopping & reversing scenarios? In other words, if earth stopped over a 3-month period, the sun-up in water have 90-days to slow from 1,000 miles an hour on the surface to zero. Water starting at over 1,000 miles an hour moving eastward (rotation of earth at the equator) stopping with a 1/2 miles per hour rates of change is computationally a much different problem than 1,000 mile an hour water stopping in 10 hours, which would mean a 100 mile per hour change each hour…you can see how this would stack up water, right?
On the other hand, down around the poles, the movement of water right at the exactly north (or south) pole would have a rate of change near zero because of the very short distances involved. Thus in the computational dynamics we would want to have a read-out of ocean dynamics at least every 5º of latitude. The closer to the equator, the more water ‘stacking up’ on the west coast of continents would occur. Which means, yes, if any of this is right, Holland would be toast and it could be a who cares event in central China where water would have to run from Europe all the way across the Russian steppes and then on across…well, you have the picture.
The third need is to assess how the stacked up water around the equatorial bulge would deconstruct itself. As you are likely aware, the earth has 13.25 miles worth of bulge on each side of the planet (26.5 miles in all) that pushes both lands and oceans up. When the earth’s rotation stops as 2012 theorists believe, how does that water deconstruct itself? Hmmm….and how fast is that wave moving and so forth.
Again, all of this needs to be broken down into a series of tables so that we can have access to a wide range of scenarios so that a dumb person like me can look at data as we get closer and say “Aha…astronomical tables are drifting this much, so we could project the rate of change entry to be this much…and since we’re at 32º degrees north, the ocean run-up ought to be this from rotational dynamics and the water washing toward us from equatorial bulge letdown should be this number here.
Then, if you would please, also whip up a Google Earth overlay using their topo data and do the computational overlay that would give general areas of the USA (throw in other countries, too) a planning guide for what the combined equatorial and oceanic rises would be.
If you’ve got any time leftover after this, an analysis of ‘best places’ to stand offshore on an unsinkable sailboat would also be appreciated. Part of me wonders about standing off near the poles (south pole being warmer that time of year, which would imply going on a world cruise in the spring of 2012 to make it south far enough with plenty of time on the clock) or whether simply 45º latitude would be best since as that 13.5 mile rise from the equator travels toward the poles, wouldn’t it really stack up there as all the energy gets compressed?
Problems, problems…always computational problems. If the equatorial dynamics are such that things would ‘stack up’ at the poles, then it would wash ice masses into the oceans which would be one more rise factor – so it’s things like this that could account for past accounts from antiquity of water rise coming in stages. The three (as some reports have suggested three stages) could be from oceanic moment, equatorial let-down, and then ice cap scrub off with some lag time between events.
For now, I’m deep in my research: Is the 2012 stuff right? Big question. However, while I was noodling on the advance copy of Cliff’s work released last night, I got to thinking that the PowersThatBe seem to always do their deeds with prior notice. Is it possible that 9/11/2001 was actually an encoding of 2012 in some bizarre way? I mean 9+11=20 and then if you remove the zeroes and flip the numbers in 2001 you could get *12*….for a 2012 hint.
Naw…too much coffee, I can tell. Or, is it?
Send me the computational results – even an educated guess would be fine since my background in computational dynamics where there are messy things like different heights of continental land mass barriers and such are kind of weak, to put it mildly.
At least I can see how three sets of ocean rises could occur. The amount of volcanism that would occur if the earth really were to stop rotating completely as 13.25 miles of earth drops to zero ought to be a once in a lifetime event. A very short lifetime at that. But, no point going out without a fight, eh?
Bottle of El Don to the best answer over the next couple of months. You bring the supercomputer and I’ll pour shots for us.
A really good one from our reader who does the long-term EQ studies::
Could not catch your radio show, but reviewed your new web page.
Have you looked at the correlation between your data and Landscheidt Carbon 14 Sun cycle theory? Check it out here: http://landscheidt.auditblogs.com/
It is very scholarly and they work hard to avoid reaching any succinct conclusions (like true academics), but there are some elements there that strongly support your conclusions. Namely:
1. There is an 11,000 year cycle of distribution of Carbon 14 in the Earth’s crust. It is postulated that Carbon 14 is reaching the Earth via the solar wind, and thus this distribution indicates the activity of the Sun.
2. The above 11,000 year cycle matches up precisely with the tidal effects upon the sun by the rotation of the large outer solar system gas giants. Interestingly, these planets exert enough angular momentum (speed + size) to pull the Sun out of position the exact center of the solar system. This tidal effect also runs on an 11,000 year cycle exactly matching the Carbon 14 distribution cycle.
Of course, the predicted Carbon 14 distribution should peak in 2012 to match your conclusions.
The hard science guys involved carefully skirt the issue of what happens in 2012, and that they obscure it in the way that they scale their graphs, but they are exhibiting enough academic courage to put this concept out there for all of us less vested interests to view and digest.
Knowing you as I have come to, I expect you have already studied all of this, but I decided to write this email just in case.”
Things just keep adding on, don’t they? You got that supercomputer booted up yet?
Have spent a few minutes this morning rolling this email around – worth some serious thinking:
I have been trying to wrap my mind around the concept of a one-world government for some time, and I keep coming up with flaws in the theory. The Rothchild/Rockefeller/Bildertypes have been trying to hammer together a Great Britian/US/Euro Union-based world government with a common currency. This idea has supposedly been around for most of the 20th century, if not before. However, consider the following points:
1. China, India, the MidEast, and Russia were bit players or non-existent financial entities until the 1990′s. India proved today that it is a major player in the gold market by single-handedly blasting the players who have been holding down the gold price for years. China, for all of its internal problems, is now the big kid on the block. Russia can crush Europe without firing a shot. All they have to do is to turn a few valves on various pipelines, and Europe grinds to a halt in the dead of winter. I don’t think that any of these guys will quietly kneel down to an English-speaking world government. They want to make their own voices heard and accumulate as much power as possible.
2. We have already had a one-world currency: the soon-to-falter dollar. The Bretton Woods agreements after WWII basically set up the dollar as a gold-equivalent, but Nixon crapped on that parade when he slammed the gold window shut on Charles DeGaulle’s bony fingers. What we are seeing now is not the birth of a new one-world currency, but rather the death of a faded fiat currency whose handlers are intent on inflating it away in order to retain their elusive power for a few more weeks or days. If there is to be a new one-world currency, it will have a nice shiny yellow color. Most central banks have now stopped selling gold and are intent on restocking their gold stores. No other fiat currency can fill the dollar void, and I don’t believe that anyone will take seriously any new fiat currency that is issued without a solid gold backing. Fiat is so 20th century.
3. We have already had a one-world government: the wishes and demands of the United States. Everywhere we go, we insist on setting up naval or airforce bases, essentially occupying every country in the world except for a handful. When the Chinese invade Africa or South America, they build schools and hospitals and offer to trade in the local currency. The paradigm has shifted, and the old world government is on the way out. The new regime will be diversified, not centralized. The League of Nations and the United Nations were earlier attempts at centralized one-world government, and both organizations failed to hold up their ends of the bargain.
4. The climate change treaty due to be signed next month has been viewed by some to be the harbinger of a new world government, but look at the countries who have refused to sign it: China and India. How is any world organization going to force those two countries to succumb to such assinine demands? How do you force China to do anything it refused to do? Nobody has any leverage whatsoever over them. They may have a tiny economy when compared to the United States, but they have so much inertia that, to move them in any direction is akin to moving an aircraft carrier with a rowboat: ain’t gonna happen, no matter how much we “hope” we can “change” them. How can you have a one-world government when 25 percent of the population brushes off the new Powerz-dat-be?
5. Will the good folks in the Great Republic of Texas, or our “friend”, Hugo Chavez, or the North Korean nutjob even consider for one second the possibility of submitting to some out-there one-world government? I think not. With so much dissention, not to mention outright snubbing, how can any centralized government succeed?
My conclusion is that we have already experienced a one-government, one-currency system, and it is now falling apart, leaving the way clear for a myriad of local sovereign governments to come to the fore. Gold is the once and future universal currency, and, unfortunately for us, the United States will lose its top-dog status.
Thanks for listening.”
Damn fine point, all…and it’s why I don’t get all worked up with some of the folks who put a lot of emphasis on ‘direct action’ and such. All things tend to work out over time – just as the weather and seasons are cyclical, so too are grand plans for global conquest. Haven’t seen one of those work out too well from the longer term.
You might like this one which arrived in an email this morning – a kind of mood changer from all the seriousness of the day:
Near my home in Texas , there is a large German-speaking population, a rancher walking down a country road notices a man using his right hand to drink water from the rancher’s stock pond.
The rancher shouted: ” Sehr angenehm! Trink das wasser nicht. Die kuhen haben dahin gesheissen.” Which means: (“Glad to meet you! Don’t drink the water. The cows have sh*t in it.”)
The man shouted back: “I’m from New York and just down here campaigning for Obama’s health care plan. I can’t understand you. Please speak in English.”
The rancher replied: “Use both hands. You’ll get more.”
And drop by tomorrow morning…we’ll have more for you then.
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Peoplenomics This Week
2012 – The Bigger Picture
Think you have a handle on 2012? Ha! Not hardly! On Tuesday night of this week, Cliff High will be rolling out his research – along with some spiffy graphics on his site www.halfpasthuman.com as part of an interview on the Jeff Rense show. We will hold off on “the Single Person’s Marketing Plan” until next week because I wanted to spend some time this weekend bridging the gap between the historical basis of 2012 – and the critical issues of survival of possible events in that timeframe. What do the Dogon People and their stories about Sirius (Later Osiris in Egyptology) have to do with the breakdown of the former Soviet Union? And what does that have to do with economics? Get ready to grab your blinders firmly…you ain’t gonna like this at all.
“Live on $10,000″ Updated
With another round of layoffs due to start later this month…a round which will start to axe many of the middle managers who have managed to avoid the HR grenades…might I suggest a preemptive tactical move? Voluntarily dropping your lifestyle back a bit, since we’re all being marched down that road by either circumstances or some out-of-control-PTB types who write checks to Washington lobby and to anti-reformers in California! A good starting point, at least if you’ve still got $10-bucks is my e-book “How to Live on #10,000 a Year…or less!”
It’s an automatic download. It’s written in an information dense style: The whole thing runs about 65 pages, but it gives you a vision of how to not only live on the cheap, but also how to migrate up the economic foodchain if you have a little hustle left… Click here for the index and details.
My commodity broker JB Slear and I have written a simple book to get you started on high density hydroponics. It’s an example of how someone with a little creativity, access to a few ‘dollar stores’ and willing to try out some new farming techniques can grow an amazing amount of produce sin a very small space – like even an apartment balcony (if it gets some sunlight). Sound interesting? It’s just $10 bucks here…
No, when you tell your browser to ‘empty your cookies’ of web sites you’ve visited, it probably won’t get them all. Why? Because there is a whole class of ‘browser-independent’ cookies that will gobble up space on your hard drive, but more important is they will sneak out information about you without you being aware of it. Ever week I get emails like this one:
“Thanks again for the Maxa Tools recommendation, I never knew how much additional garbage gets attached every time I browse. “
Test drive it free by downloading it. To upgrade to full functionality will be $35 bucks. Is your privacy worth it?
Once you try it out, click the upgrade button (!) on the upper right hand side for the $35 unlock to get it to remove even those nasty and highly intrusive ‘non-browser specific’ cookies. Bonus: You computer may run faster. I’ve taken 1,000 37,970 41,837 cookies off my machine now. It’s just amazing. (I might ask their CTO to add one more digit to the “Total deleted till now” window…)
Attn: Mac Drivers: MCM does support the Safari Browser, but that does not mean it is compatible with Mac OS. Maxa-Tools only support the Windows world….so far. Given Jens and the other engineers time…
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