Transcript for scene 10 of the video " Cosmic Climate Change 2 From Big to Gigantc to Joy - part 1" by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead not Global Warming  

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I proposed that we would build 6,000 new cities

I have proposed in those videos that we really have no option for our continued living on the Earth, except to relocate ourselves into the tropics before the next Ice Age begins. I proposed further that the lack of suitable land in the tropics would force us to relocate ourselves, together with our agriculture, afloat onto the equatorial sees, between the hurricane zones. I proposed that this would involve a whole new agricultural revolution, and a powerful new industrial revolution with a productive power that supersedes everything that has been accomplished in the past. I proposed that we would build 6,000 new cities for a million people each, for the relocation project, and that these can be produced so efficiently in high-temperature automated industrial processes that they can be provided for one-another for free as an investment by society into itself.

The typical response that I have received on this line, was, that this will never happen. "It just won't happen."

 I would like to propose that all this will happen indeed, an that the great project will be carried out with joy for the sheer fun of us building ourselves a new world.

I would like to propose that the building will begin soon, because the floating infrastructures will be needed long before the next Ice Age begins. They will be needed to protect our food supply and our cities from flooding, droughts, earthquakes, and also from hurricanes, all of which promise to become massively increased and more devastating in the years ahead because of our rapidly diminishing Sun and the resulting consequences.

 

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