Text-only transcript of the video Ice Age 2050s Certified - Part 2 by Rolf Witzsche 

Ice Age 2050s Certified - Part 2


(01 Plasma in Space )



Plasma in Space a brief overview.




(02 The Sun itself is a body of evidence )



The Sun itself is a body of evidence, with its numerous features, that reflect plasma principles. While plasma itself is invisible, with its protons being 100,000 times smaller than an atom, and its electrons being 1,000 times smaller than that, we can see the plasma principles in operation in the effects they create, especially those that affect us, like the solar wind and the solar cosmic-ray flux, and also the Sun's radiation in light and heat. From these effects we can discover the nature of the principles by which the solar system operates. This is critical for our orientation towards the near future.

So, what are its principles that we can detect by their operation?


(03 Plasma is made up of electric particles. In their motion, magnetic principles apply )



Plasma is made up of electric particles. In their motion, magnetic principles apply in addition.

When Electric currents flow in parallel wires in the same direction, the flowing electricity creates magnetic fields by electrons in motion. The interacting magnetic fields draw the wires to each other, by what is termed the Lorenz Force.


(04 In space plasma flows in streams )



In space, where plasma flows in streams without wires, the developing magnetic fields pinch the entire stream together into a smaller cross-section, which thereby increase the current density and and magnetic field strength, which increases the pinching still further. At the extreme, the magnetic fields tangle up and form a node point, where typically a star is located, like our Sun.


(05 When the magnetic fields tangle up )



When the magnetic fields tangle up, they force the plasma to flow backwards and under a magnetic confinement dome, where the plasma becomes concentrated, and from there, flows in concentrated form onto a Sun.

With the Sun being a sphere of plasma itself, with an electron-rich high density surface, the inflowing concentrated plasma interacts with it. In the resulting extremely dense process, a portion of the plasma becomes fused into highly energized atomic elements that radiate light and heat. The synthesized atomic elements, by them being electrically neutral, gradually flow away from the Sun with the solar wind.

The remaining plasma, that is less dense now, also flows away from the Sun. It flows away in the reverse of the process. In flowing away, it expands again into an interstellar plasma stream that flows on to the next star and collects more plasma from space along the way.


(06 David LaPoint named the magnetic fields, The Primer Fields )



The researcher, David LaPoint, who explored the principle in laboratory simulation, named the magnetic fields, The Primer Fields. He also explored the principle of the solar wind that is vented explosively from the top of a confinement dome.


(07 He replicated in laboratory experiments )



He replicated in laboratory experiments, that when the pressure under the dome exceeds the confining magnetic field strength, the excess pressure is vented, which on the surface of the Sun becomes the solar wind. While the solar wind doesn't affect the climate on Earth, the measured rate of diminishment establishes a benchmark for predicting when the solar wind will stop, because any further weakening of the input plasma stream, will diminish the concentration of the plasma that is focused unto the Sun, by which the Sun will dim and become cooler.

That's when a new phase of the weakening of the solar activity begins.


(08 Continued weakening will collapse the the Primer Fields )



The continued weakening of the input plasma stream, will eventually collapse the the Primer Fields. When this happens, the interstellar plasma stream will still keep on flowing, but it will flow loosely by the Sun, instead of being focused onto it.

At this point, the Sun drops into a low-power mode and hibernates till the interstellar plasma stream recovers again in plasma density. That's how the Ice Age phase shift happens. We will get to this point, potentially, in the 2050s.

The bottom line is, that Ice Age conditions are created by a totally different process than the climate weakening that is presently in progress in the early part of the boundary time zone to the Ice Age phase shift.


(09 I have explored the dynamics extensively )



I have explored the dynamics of these discoveries extensively over the years and presented them in my numerous exploration videos, because an understanding of the principles involved, by which the Sun is powered and is affected, enables us to understand the digital nature of the Ice Age cycles, and to forecast the timeframe in which the next phase shift to glaciation will likely occur.


(10 Another mayor contributor to the Primer Fields theory )



Another mayor contributor to the Primer Fields theory, was the director of experiments at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Anthony Peratt. He achieved the experimental replication of the dynamic forming of the Primer Fields, which David LaPoint had explored in static simulations.

An understanding of the dynamics of the principle involved, is critical for all humanity, so that it will rouse itself out of its easy chair and start building itself the technological cushion that enables a soft-landing into the next 90,000-years glaciation period that potentially begins in the 2050s with the collapse of the Primer Fields


(11 Another major contributor was the NASA and ESO Ulysses satellite )



Still another major contributor for understanding the timing of the dynamics that are in progress, was the NASA and ESO Ulysses satellite. The satellite's measurements brought home 3 breakthrough discoveries. We saw in the measurements the solar-wind pressure collapsing by 30% over the span of a decade of its operation, and we saw the solar cosmic-ray flux increasing by 20% over the same time span. These measurements have established a benchmark, both for the starting point and for the rate of the collapse that still continues, as subsequent measurements indicate.


(12 The voids in the solar wind over the poles of the Sun )



The third, major discovery that Ulysses measurements provided, is the discovery of the voids in the solar wind over the poles of the Sun.


(13 The Ulysses mission certified the Plasma Sun )



With the discovery of the voids, the Ulysses mission certified the Plasma Sun concept as an established fact.

The measured void provides evidence that the Sun is indeed a Plasma Star that is powered by a highly concentrated stream of plasma being focused onto it by its Primer Fields, which experiments have indicated would flow unto the Sun over its polar regions.


(14 Ulysses about the solar wind )



So let's look at what Ulysses tells us about the dynamics of the diminishing solar wind.

The measured rate of diminishment of the solar wind pressure has opened for us a way to more fully understand of the dynamics of the Ice Ages.

Yes! If one projects the weakening of the solar-wind pressure forward, at the measured rate of 30% per decade, the solar wind will stop in the 2030s. This is not only possible, but is actually expected due to the nature of the solar wind.


(15 The solar wind no longer occurs )



By the magnetic dynamics of the Primer Fields, plasma is curled backwards at the node point, under a magnetic confinement dome where it becomes concentrated. As I said before, when the resulting pressure exceeds the magnetic strength of the confinement field, some of the plasma escapes at the weakest point, at the top of the dome.

The escaping plasma, from the top of the fusion cells, on the surface of the Sun, becomes the solar wind. As the density of the inflowing plasma stream diminishes, the solar-wind density diminishes with it. It will diminish until the pressure under the dome no longer exceeds the confining field strength. At this point, the solar wind no longer occurs.


(16 While the solar wind flows )



While the solar wind flows, the solar fusion process is only minutely affected by the continuously weakening interstellar plasma stream. The radiation doesn't vary much in this case, because the pressure under the dome doesn't vary much. The magnetically controlled venting of the solar wind keeps the pressure precisely regulated.

The regulated pressure, is the pressure that is focused onto the Sun where atomic elements are synthesized that emit light and heat. For as long as the pressure continues to be regulated, by excess pressure being drained away as solar wind, the solar radiation remains steady as a rock, within a fraction of a percent.

However, when the input stream weakens to the point at which solar wind is no longer ejected, and the input stream continues to diminish further, in density, then the reduced plasma pressure under the dome, is the pressure that is focused onto the Sun, whereby the fusion process diminishes accordingly, and the surface of the Sun becomes colder.


(17 The cut-off of the solar wind is critical as an indicator )



The point of the cut-off of the solar wind is critical for us as an indicator, because that's when Phase 1 of the Ice Age start-up sequence, ends and Phase 2 begins.

We will get to this point in the 2030s, at the present rate of diminishment of the solar wind. Up to this point, only the increasing solar cosmic-ray flux affects our climate. Past the point of the solar-wind cut-off, the Sun begins to dim, which then also affects our climate, making it still colder.

Phase II is the phase of the diminishing solar radiation. For how long this phase will last is hard to predict. The collapse process appears to be self-amplifying.

A dimmer Sun consumes less plasma. The reduced plasma consumption reduces the rate of flow through the Primer Fields. Because the Primer Fields are dynamically created magnetic structures that are formed by the effects of flowing plasma, a stage will be reached when the diminishing rate of flow is no longer sufficient for the Primer Fields to be maintained. When this happens, the Primer Fields will collapse. They will vanish as if they never existed.

At this point the final phase-shift occurs with which the Ice Age begins.


(18 Once the Primer Fields have vanished we are only half-way through Phase 1 of the climate collapse )





Once the Primer Fields have vanished, concentrated plasma is no longer focused onto the Sun. The interstellar plasma stream then simply flows by the Sun, loosely focused, with a default-type of density that keeps the Sun operating in a low-power mode with a potential surface temperate in the 4,000-degrees range, instead of the current 5,800 degrees Kelvin.

This means, in practical terms, tthese huge events are already happening now, with the world getting ever-colder and drier, year after year, while we are only half-way through Phase 1 of the climate collapse, with a lot more yet to come.


(19 Ever-larger temperature extremes as the greenhouse is diminishing )



We also see ever-larger temperature extremes happening as the atmosphere's greenhouse effect is diminishing by increasing cloud nucleation that takes evermore water vapour, which is the main greenhouse gas, out of the atmosphere.


(20 The entire climate-change process by solar cosmic-ray flux )



The entire climate-change process, as I had noted earlier, is driven by increasing solar cosmic-ray flux that enhances cloud nucleation. Increased cloudiness makes the Earth colder, because the white tops of clouds reflect a portion of the incoming solar radiation back into space.


(21 Cosmic-ray flux is continuously increasing )



Cosmic-ray flux is continuously increasing all the way through the boundary time-zone, because solar activity is diminishing. A weaker Sun has a weaker plasma corona surrounding it, where a portion of the solar cosmic-ray flux is trapped. When the corona diminishes, cosmic-ray flux is increasing.


(22 The critical timing )



The critical timing


(23 Throughout Phase I in the boundary zone )



Throughout Phase I in the boundary zone towards the next Ice Age, all the big climate-change effects on Earth, are, and will be, caused by changing solar cosmic-ray flux that is affecting our atmosphere. That's the current link between the Sun and our climate.


(24 Solar light and heat radiation nearly constant )



The solar light and heat radiation remains nearly constant, as I said before, within a fraction of percent. This continues all the way through Phase 1 of the diminishing solar dynamics, while the Earth is getting colder and colder by cosmic-ray effects.


(25 Only when we get into Phase 2 )



Only when we get into Phase 2, will the Sun's radiation begin to diminish. It will diminish in addition to the continuously increasing cosmic-ray flux.

It is highly likely that agriculture will collapse before we get to this point, while we are still in Phase 1, or it will happen early in Phase 2.


(26 The available growing season is barely sufficient )



In most regions, like in Canada, the available growing season, for food production, is barely sufficient for crops to be planted, to grow and mature, and to be harvested.

 

(27 Large areas will become unsuitable for food production )



When the increasingly colder climate that is now developing, shrinks the growing window in the spring and in the fall, large areas will become unsuitable for food production.


(28 Could shrink the food growing area in Canada's grain belt )



According to a study, a hypothetical two-degrees drop in average temperature, could shrink the food growing area in Canada's grain belt to just a few percent of its present size. Nor does this type of study apply only to Canada. Most food growing regions appear to be similarly vulnerable to the now increasingly colder climates.


(29 The Ice Age Challenge like Nuclear War )



The Ice Age Challenge

is not of a type that can be responded to reactively,

like Nuclear War.

If we delay our response till it happens, it will be too late.




(30 What happens after Phase 1 is of no great significance )



Ironically, what happens after the end of Phase 1 is actually of no great significance to humanity. That's almost a paradox.

What happens during Phase 2, which leads towards the Primer Fields collapsing, and to the start of Phase 3 that becomes the full Ice Age, should logically be main concern. Ironically it isn't, because it won't affect humanity in any big way.

This is so, because if humanity fails itself in the present, and this includes all of us, by us not building for us the critical New World with indoors agriculture as a fall-back cushion, then there won't be many people remaining alive when Phase 3 starts. In this case it won't matter, whether the phase-shift to the next Ice Age happens in the 2040s, or the 2050s, or in the 2060s, because almost nobody would be around then, to witness the event.

Inversely, if we, all of us working together, were to succeed in building the New World infrastructures that make our food production climate independent, then it wouldn't matter either, whether Phase 3 begins in the 2040s, the 2050s, or the 2060s, because then, by us living securely in our protected New World, the start-up of the next Ice Age wouldn't affect us. It would then be just a curiosity.


(31 The Universe won't let us wait )



The Universe won't let us wait

fringe effects impel us already into actions that can meet the Ice Age Challenge




(32 The Ice Age start-up will happen )



One way or another the Ice Age start-up will happen. Only we will be affected by our action or inaction. The Primer Fields will collapse. Our precious interglacial warm holiday from the Ice Age landscape, will end. That's inevitable. The end of the interglacial warm period is the result of a long-term 120,000-years electric resonance in the interstellar plasma stream that our solar system is a node point of.

As it is, the interglacial warm period only happens near the very peak of this resonance pulse. That's when the plasma density in the interstellar stream exceeds the start-up threshold for the Primer Fields to form. In the present case, the start-up occurred only 3,600 years before the maximum of the resonance pulse.

We are presently 8,000 years past the maximum level of the interstellar resonance pulse. This places us on a more-steeply diminishing slope.

We are on this steeper slope, because the Primer fields are highly resilient. This resilience has puts us 4,400 years past the density level at which the Primer Fields had been established. The reason for this delay is, that it takes a far greater start-up density for the Primer Fields to form, than its required to maintain them. They hang on longer, because of a built-in positive feed-back in their operation. For how much longer, however, they will remain in operation cannot be forecast.


(33 The global warming pulses have been getting smaller )



The evidence that we are way past the symmetry point, is found in ice core samples. Over the last 3,500 years the global warming pulses have been getting smaller and smaller.

The global warming pulses are the result of resonance effects within the structure of the solar system itself. Thus, with the interstellar plasma stream now diminishing evermore rapidly, the resonance effects diminished likewise, and occur with ever-shorter intervals between them.


(34 The short-term oscillations too, have diminished )



The short-term oscillations too, of the last 1,000 years, have diminished in the same manner. These are the short term oscillations that gave us the grand solar minimum periods, from the Oort Mini the end of Phase 1 is actually of no great significance to humanity. That's almost a paradox.

What happens during Phase 2, which leads towards the Primer Fields collapsing, and to the start of Phase 3 that becomes the full Ice Age, should logically be main concern. Ironically it isn't, because it won't affect humanity in any big way.

This is so, because if humanity fails itself in the present, and this includes all of us, by us not building for us the critical New World with indoors agriculture as a fall-back cushion, then there won't be many people remaining alive when Phase 3 starts. In this case it won't matter, whether the phase-shift to the next Ice Age happens in the 2040s, or the 2050s, or in the 2060s, because almost nobody would be around then, to witness the event.

Inversely, if we, all of us working together, were to succeed in building the New World infrastructures that make our food production climate independent, then it wouldn't matter either, whether Phase 3 begins in the 2040s, the 2050s, or the 2060s, because then, by us living securely in our protected New World, the start-up of the next Ice Age wouldn't affect us. It would then be just a curiosity.


(35 The Universe won't let us wait )



The Universe won't let us wait

fringe effects impel us already into actions that can meet the Ice Age Challenge




(36 The Ice Age start-up will happen )



One way or another the Ice Age start-up will happen. Only we will be affected by our action or inaction. The Primer Fields will collapse. Our precious interglacial warm holiday from the Ice Age landscape, will end. That's inevitable. The end of the interglacial warm period is the result of a long-term 120,000-years electric resonance in the interstellar plasma stream that our solar system is a node point of.

As it is, the interglacial warm period only happens near the very peak of this resonance pulse. That's when the plasma density in the interstellar stream exceeds the start-up threshold for the Primer Fields to form. In the present case, the start-up occurred only 3,600 years before the maximum of the resonance pulse.

We are presently 8,000 years past the maximum level of the interstellar resonance pulse. This places us on a more-steeply diminishing slope.

We are on this steeper slope, because the Primer fields are highly resilient. This resilience has puts us 4,400 years past the density level at which the Primer Fields had been established. The reason for this delay is, that it takes a far greater start-up density for the Primer Fields to form, than its required to maintain them. They hang on longer, because of a built-in positive feed-back in their operation. For how much longer, however, they will remain in operation cannot be forecast.


(37 The global warming pulses have been getting smaller )



The evidence that we are way past the symmetry point, is found in ice core samples. Over the last 3,500 years the global warming pulses have been getting smaller and smaller.

The global warming pulses are the result of resonance effects within the structure of the solar system itself. Thus, with the interstellar plasma stream now diminishing evermore rapidly, the resonance effects diminished likewise, and occur with ever-shorter intervals between them.


(38 The short-term oscillations too, have diminished )



The short-term oscillations too, of the last 1,000 years, have diminished in the same manner. These are the short term oscillations that gave us the grand solar minimum periods, from the Oort Minimum to the Maunder Minimum and beyond. They too, have diminished dramatically, both in amplitude and in cycle times.


(39 Diminished in a near-geometric progression )



These short-term cycles have diminished in a near-geometric progression, to the point of insignificance. They are so minuscule now that they won't affect anything anymore.

This is not something that may happen in the future. It is happening now.


(40 The solar heartbeat is slowing )



Even the solar cycles are diminishing, and their heartbeat is slowing, while at the same time the cosmic-ray flux is increasing.

Every vital measurement seems to warn us that we are getting close to the end point at which the Primer Fields break down and the final phase shift to glaciation happens. This means reverting back to what is termed the Ice Age, which had been the climate norm for the Earth for the last half a million years.


(41 The electric resonance gives the Earth its brief interglacial holidays )



Actually, it is only because of the natural electric resonance in the in the interstellar plasma stream, that conditions occur every 120,000 years, which bring the plasma density up to the start-up level for the primer fields. So it is the electric resonance effect that gives the Earth its brief interglacial holidays from the cold.

 

(42 If the resonance effects didn't happen none of us would exist )



If the resonance effects didn't happen, the interglacial holydays wouldn't happen either, and none of us would exist.

Fortunately, the interglacial holidays do happen. At the current stage, they have enabled us to develop ourselves technologically to the point that for the first time ever, in all of human history, we have the power developed to build us a type of New World that enables us to ride into the next Ice Age, undiminished, with a 7-billion world population, and to flourish in the harsh glaciation climate, which, as I said, is the normal climate in the Pleistocene Ice Age epoch.

If we fail to live up to what we have become capable of as human beings, we will drop off the interglacial cliff and fall into oblivion.

However, should we succeed to live as human beings, we will still fall off the interglacial cliff, but we will have a soft landing prepared for us, on a pillow built with the resources that we have within us as human beings.

To get there, we need to step away from the perversion of science that H. G. Wells had inspired with his novel the Time Machine.

Whether we will lift this science-chokehold off us, and begin live again and have a bright future, will be answered by us all in the near term. If we fail, we fail collectively. If we succeed we succeed collectively. Individual exceptions are not possible in principle. For this we need to ask ourselves individually, am I doing enough to assure that we will succeed collectively and live? That's the most basic question that should be asked. And bigger questions than this, need also to be asked.


(43 Humanity doesn't exist to merely live )



Humanity doesn't exist to merely live.

To be satisfied with merely living is like keeping a car parked in the garage as the optimum goal. A car is designed for diving, for freedom in transportation, not to be in a garage. Humanity too, is designed not just to exist, but to unfold with ever-greater scientific, productive, cultural, and creative expressions that unfold the human potential like a rose is unfolding its beauty in the sunshine. The potential in human living is to create an evermore powerful, richer, and more-beautiful world in which the name, Humanity, is defined, and is defined as the brightest gem of the Earth.


(44 The New World infrastructures cannot be build on a platform of failures )



The imperial paradigms of ego, greed, private monetarism, manipulation, geopolitics, financial looting, economic colonialism, warfare old and new, including the subjugation of nations to poverty and slavery, are not hallmarks of human civilization. They are examples of failures, on the path of growing up. The New World infrastructures cannot be build on a platform of failures. The modern necromancy of money, and the isolation it creates in society, including inhumanity and poverty, are unfit foundations for building anything on, much less a new world.


(45 The only foundation on which we can succeed, is the power of our humanity )



The only foundation on which we can succeed, is the power of our humanity, our love and care for one another, and our ability to supersede all limits, with the joy to see them disappear.


(46 Our historic achievements should be seen as a foundation to build on )



Our building us a new world, afloat across the equatorial sea, should not be seen as merely the most efficient way to meet an urgent need, but should be seen a 'canvass' on which the superlatives of our humanity are becoming ever-further revealed in expression, drawing the cultures of the world together into a richly varied human tapestry.

The goal should be, to not merely preserve the cultures of civilizations that have developed over millennia, each by their own human resources, - such as in the Tigris and the Euphrates regions of the old world; and in Egypt along the Nile; and in India along the Indus and the Ganges; and in China along the Yellow River and the Yangtze, and so forth. These historic cultures have coloured the human landscape with traditions and achievements with which humanity has enriched each other, out of which the present humanity has emerged. But this emergence from the past should not lead to a dead-end in the future with most of humanity being poised for oblivion, as the ice age promises. Our historic achievements should be seen as a foundation to build on, to build a New Word with evermore advanced economics, truthfulness in science, and technologies that have produced evermore useful wonders for ever-greater freedoms from limitations of all sorts.


(47 If this is the direction in which we seek our future )



If this is the direction in which we seek our future, the Ice Age Challenge that is now on the table as a huge challenge, will drift into the background to be met in stride on the road to ever greater achievements, of which it may be said that we haven't seen anything yet.   

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