Transcript  list for the video Ice-Age Science Recapitulation - part 1 by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead (iaa)

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Ice-Age Science Recapitulation - part 1

 

 

- 1 - What we know? How do we respond?
- 2 - Climate-Change History The past 500 million years
- 3 - Known climate history of the Earth
- 4 - We have measured the changing historic climate
- 5 - Oxygen atoms
- 6 - Two extra neutrons attached
- 7 - The concentration of heavy water molecules
- 8 - Rainout adds to the concentration of heavy molecules
- 9 - Ratio preserved for us in the calcite shells of micro organisms
- 10 - Calcite a combination of water with carbon dioxide
- 11 - By analyzing deep sea sediments
- 12 - We see two long climate cycles evident
- 13 - The mainstream theory about the Sun is incorrect
- 14 - The Sun is an extremely variable factor
- 15 - One false theory sees the solar system oscillating
- 16 - Another false theory sees the Sun in an orbit
- 17 - Electro-dynamic Galaxy and Sun
- 18 - NASA made a critical discovery
- 19 - NASA discovered evidence on the galactic scale
- 20 - NASA's x-ray and gamma-ray explorations
- 21 - The NASA photographed geometry of the plasma phenomenon
- 22 - Our Sun onto a totally different conceptional platform
- 23 - Seeing the true Sun
- 24 - NASA's discovery defines our Sun as a plasma star
- 25 - Our entire galaxy formed at a node point
- 26 - The two plasma streams act together in a dynamic system
- 27 - Potential plasma connections
- 28 - The proof lies in the observed motions of stars
- 29 - Dogma that the stars orbit gravitationally around the galactic center
- 30 - The measured speed of the stellar motion disprove
- 31 - According to the laws of orbital mechanics
- 32 - Motions of stars accords with electro-magnetic principles
- 33 - The entire galaxy rotates as one unit
- 34 - The principle of the plasma galaxy
- 35 - The origin of the cosmic plasma streams
- 36 - The implicate and explicate order
- 37 - David Bohm sees cosmic space as a sea of latent energy
- 38 - Explicate like ripples on a surface of water
- 39 - A very distant origin
- 40 - In the deep intergalactic realm
- 41 - The electrodynamic nature of the galaxies
- 42 - Cosmic dynamics and the solar-system dynamics
- 43 - We cannot afford to ignore the dynamic nature of the Universe
- 44 - On any other basis than plasma electrodynamics
- 45 - Climate background the coldest in 440 million years
- 46 - Plasma density in the galaxy is present at its weakest state
- 47 - At the bottom end of a long diminishing slope
- 48 - Antarctica froze up, thawed out again, and froze up once more
- 49 - The Plasma-Sun Principle
- 50 - The Plasma Sun is a large sphere of plasma
- 51 - Swarming electrons tend to migrate away from the center of gravity
- 52 - The migration leaves the protons less shielded
- 53 - A very large sphere of plasma with little density at its core
- 54 - Our Sun is a thousand times too light
- 55 - The low solar mass density proves
- 56 - When we look through the umbra of sunspots
- 57 - The giant star UY Scuti
- 58 - A plasma-star doesn't produce its own energy
- 59 - All known atomic elements are synthesized
- 60 - The surface of the Sun is a sea of reactions cells
- 61 - The resulting rich spectrum in sunlight
- 62 - The Sun's light spectrum would be rather meagre
- 63 - Since the plasma fusion process is externally powered
- 64 - That's how Antarctica froze up when the Sun became 'colder'
- 65 - Dynamics of the Pleistocene Epoch
- 66 - The Pleistocene created a new phase shift on Earth
- 67 - We see the last 500,000 years expanded
- 68 - We see the same large-spike climate oscillations
- 69 - The Pleistocene climate is of a type that affects us hugely
- 70 - We call the current warm period, the Holocene epoch
- 71 - The Pleistocene Ice Age epoch will continue

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